After a wonderful Veterans Days celebration of those who have served in our great military, we now turn our eyes towards this coming Saturday: Smith & Wesson Day with Ken
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We hope you will join us during Veterans Days & Suppressor Saturday to help support our beloved Military Veterans and learn about shooting with a suppressor.
A “negligent discharge” (or “ND”) is often confused with an “accidental discharge” (or “AD”), but the two are very different. We do everything we can to prevent both ADs and NDs. One of those things is the simple requirement that All Firearms Must Be Cased & Unloaded.
Thank you so much for signing up to shoot some Banshees with EOTech optics and FREE AMMO! Below is everything you to do for Saturday. What’s that? You didn’t sign
We are very excited to announce the availability of our “Campus Safety Course”, created and delivered by USCCA Training Counselor, Maddy Scholar. The course will take place from 4 –
There are (at least) five benefits to using suppressors when firing a gun.
We love answering your questions about guns, ammo, training, accessories, and pretty much anything else firearm related. At our core, we are an education provider. We just happened to be disguising ourselves as a shooting range and gun store. Our primary occupation is helping people like you learn more about firearms, safety, self-defense, shooting, and whatever else it is you want to learn more about guns. However, we do get some questions more frequently than others. Below is a rundown of our most frequently asked questions here at SharpShooters, on the retail floor, on the range, on the phones, and from our website.
We’re offering every kind of firearms training from intro to handgun to long distance precision rifle shooting, and everything in between.
You bought 851 targets in 3 days. That means we get to give the Georgia Police K9 Foundation a gift of $8,510. Thank you for joining us and giving so generously.
Below is a breakdown of the 20 topics you’ll learn when you attend a USCCA Introduction to Handgun Safety class. The class is 4 hours long, and consists of about