Livingston Gun Club is hosting an introduction to practical shooting class next Saturday, March 24th from 09:00 to 17:00 (five P.M.)
We begin with a class room presentation covering the fundamentals of practical shooting and the gear you need to participate. Lunch is around noon. We typically order pizza or sandwiches but you can also BYO. The presentation continues after lunch and ends around two followed by (weather permitting) a range exercise where students have the opportunity to shoot a course of fire under the supervision of the instructors. We are usually done by four but it can go longer if the class is large or we take a long lunch.
Each student receives a handout for taking notes. You should bring something to write with (sometimes we run out of pens). Students wishing to take part in the range exercise will need:
- a handgun chambered for one of the common defensive calibers
- ~100 rounds of ammunition
- at least two magazines or speed loaders
- eye and ear protection
If you have a competition rig (belt, holster, magazine pouches) bring it. If you don’t we will find a way to accommodate the equipment you do have.
We shoot outside so dress for the weather. Plan on finishing up between four and five.
PS101 is provided free of charge. Attendance is open to anyone. Minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. The class is hosted by Livingston Gun Club at 2440 Hunter Road in Brighton. Seating is limited to 24. Contact the instructors at firstname.lastname@example.org to register or get more info.
Hope to see you Saturday,
The folks at Livingston Gun Club