ZSA (Zombie Shooter's Association) - TCU Competition - 100% To Charity

Calling all gun owners - here is an opportunity for you to use that firearm, get in some practice and have a lot of fun!

Please join in the first ZSA (Zombie Shooter Association) TCU competitive shooting challenge.

This meetup is for anyone - at any level - who wants to use their firearm.

You will learn how competitive shooting works and you will learn how to safely participate.  If you find it compelling, there is an offical ZSA website that holds regular competitions.

If you would like to attend and do not have a firearm, there will be some extra firearms that you will be able to try, but you will be responsible for the cost of the ammunition that you use.

This is a donation-based event.  If you were shooting in a real competition, the entry fee would run anywhere from $15 - $50, depending on the size of the event.  So please come prepared to make a donation somewhere in that range (whatever fits into your budget).  You are not required to make donation to participate.

John is graciously donating 100% of the proceeds to the Green Beret Foundation - this is a foundation that helps wounded Green Beret veterans.  Thank your for your generosity.  You can give your $$$ to John when you arrive.

What to bring:  Bring your firearm (if you own one) and your ammo.  You can bring multiple firearms.  Bring eye and ear protection.  This is required, even if you will not be shooting.  The building may not be opened after 6pm, so bring a fold-up chair if you would like, maybe some water, too.  If the building is closed there will be a porta-john available.

Encourage your teenagers to come - this is a great event to get kids hooked on the sport of competitive shooting!

Most important, be ready to HAVE FUN!

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  • Allen

    A good first time exposure to competitive shooting. Thanks!

    March 14, 2013

  • Laura L

    I had so much fun - it was a great experience and I look forward to doing it again! The PS37 range was really great.

    March 14, 2013

  • Robert C.

    Had a great time. Learned I am not as good as I thought buy that is a positive thing. Thanks again.

    March 13, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I want to go to the next one.

    March 13, 2013

  • Mike B.

    I will be there tonight and I am bringing two 22lr pistols and plenty of ammo. I would be willing to share if anyone wants to came that could not find ammo. This is my practice guns and ammo. I am saving my 9mm ammo until this mess has slowed down.

    March 13, 2013

  • Laura L

    Went to Gander Mt in Cary @ 9, there was a truck, the employers did not know exactly what type of ammo was on it, they said it would be unloaded in a couple of hours. So Bobby & I headed to the new Dick's in Holly Springs and found 380's, 40 and 38 Specials... Call b4 u go, ammo was going fast.

    March 13, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I wish I could go, but I'm hosting a meetup at My Way Tavern in Holly Springs for those of you who would like to join in from 6-8:30 pm.
    Join the 30s, 40s, & 50 Something Meetup group if you want to be a regular member.

    March 12, 2013

  • Daryl

    I can't make this one (working like a good Conservative tosupport the welfare state), but hope to see and participate in more future events of this kind!

    March 12, 2013

  • Daryl

    I've been intrigued by the fact that there are still so many who don't know the government is indeed trying gun control via artificial ammo shortage. What is even more insulting on behalf of our government is their use of our short tax dollars in a continuing recession/unemployment crunch to buy billions of rounds of ammo. I'm a reloader, who shoots a lot of .357 Magnum as well as 9mm, and .44 Magnum. There's also a shortage of reloading supplies (bullets, powder, primers) as people are trying to stock up. If you've never reloaded, it can cut your costs to about a third of factory, and it is one way to HELP ensure you have an ammo supply available for the future. You can generally get components at gun shows to avoid HAZMAT fees and transportation costs. Do yourself a favor, and save your brass for later cleaning, repriming and reuse. It's about half your ammo cost, and it's now become a valuable commodity.

    1 · March 12, 2013

  • Laura L

    FYI, John wrote: I have SOME 9MM for sale, $35.00/100 rounds for 124 gr TMJ match ammo, I think I have 300 rounds or so left to sell.

    March 12, 2013

    • Mike B.

      John, bring 100 round tomorrow. I would like to by 100 from you.

      March 12, 2013

  • Lannie G.

    I have been to range 37 for ncgunonwers.com meet and greet,but I have a meeting wed, perhaps next time. :) Lannie

    March 9, 2013

  • Robert C.

    I may be a little late but plan to be there.

    March 5, 2013

  • Laura L

    Yes, there are lights - they run their monthly meetings out there in the evening. the event will last until 9pm.

    February 27, 2013

  • Allen

    Is this target range lighted (event starts at 6 PM on Wed. night)?

    February 27, 2013

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