Skeet Shooting Class

  • March 29, 2014 · 9:00 AM
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EARLY BIRD TICKETS: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/skeet-shooting-tickets-10815229643?aff=jvpartners&afu=96024499 

Skeet Shooting is a blast! Literally! Target shooting is fast becoming a growing recreational sport in America. Whether enjoyed as a personal hobby or competitive sport, clay target shooting can become a lifetime activity involving many year-round outings.

This event is fine for inexperienced or pro shooters, from youth to adults. So, if you have never shot before, no worries, The iNSCA Level III Instructor will go thorough a safety briefing and will also be instructing you the proper technique on how shoot and aim at flying targets. And, if you are an old pro - you can still come out and have loads of fun!!

Your fee includes lesson, shotgun rental, plus 25 shots, targets, earplugs, and hands-on-training. Be sure to signup quickly because there are only 25 available spots and this class will sellout fast.

Suggested Attire:
Casual and comfortable clothes

Directions:

From Interstate 95 take Route 450 east until you come to Route 193, Greenbelt Road. Take a left on Greenbelt Road and at the fourth light take a right onto Good Luck Road. Follow approximately one half mile to the Prince George's Trap and Skeet Center on your left.

From the Baltimore-Washington Parkway take the exit at Route 193, Greenbelt Road. Follow Greenbelt Road East until you come to Good Luck Road. Turn left and look for the Prince George's Trap and Skeet Center on the left, approximately one half mile.

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  • Nonie

    I missed this. I hope it goes well and you will schedule another session. I've always wanted to try skeet shooting!

    March 29, 2014

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