Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Free Shooting Introduction

First, I'd like to admit upfront that I've stolen this idea from Armed Canadian, to the point that I didn't even see much need to rephrase his words much.

In the effort to promote firearm and rights awareness, I make the following open offer to any resident or visitor in the Hampton Roads area: If you have never shot a gun and would like to try, I am willing to take you shooting free of charge. I will provide the firearms, ammunition, eye/ear protection and I will cover your range fees. I guarantee if you are on the fence about gun ownership and usage, you will not be at the end of the session. You will have fun and learn a little in the process. I am certified by the NRA to teach the NRA Basic Pistol and NRA First Steps classes, and would be delighted to do a formal class with you if you think you'd like to pursue this farther.

I would also be more that willing to post contact information for anyone else who would be willing and able to help people in their area learn that people in the shooting sports can be friendly and outgoing. Just give me the following information, either by emailing me or posted as a comment, and I'll add it to this post.

1. Name
2. Email address
3. Name and location of the range(s) where you would meet interested parties.
4. Preferred nights, if any.

I'll start with myself here, and hopefully I'll have more people to add as time goes by.

Brian A.
Superior Arms; Virginia Beach, VA
Sunday through Wednesday

Gregory Morris
Shoot Straight; Tampa, FL
Any evening


West, By God said...

Gregory Morris
Shoot Straight; Tampa, FL
Any evening
I made a similar offer back in April.
Also, the "Taking Newbies to the Range" competition is here.

Anonymous said...

Hey, where've you been all my life?

It's good to see another Hampton Roads gun blogger. I've been feeling lonely for the past couple of years.

Laughingdog said...

You've actually met me. I was standing in front of you with a Glock and a motorcycle tail bag at the line for the Norfolk City Council meeting back in August.