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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
We hope you’ll join us for a Labor Day for the Working Dogs, anytime from Saturday September 4 at 10am through Monday September 6 at 8PM. We’ve got tons of ammo, lots of firearms on the shelves, new SharpShooters merchandise, and how can you not love a Police K9 Officer or five?
The typical “summer slow down” continued through August, right up until last weekend, when all hell broke loose in Afghanistan. That day, and everyday since, foot traffic in our doors has been up 70% from where it was the previous 8 weeks. Why? Because the world is a less safe place than it was just over a week ago. Here’s what’s just happened, and where it seems to be headed.
Josh will teach you everything there is to know about how an AR15 rifle should work, what might break first, and how best to service, operate, maintain, and upgrade your rifle. If you’re even thinking about building an AR15, then you probably have some idea of how many different options there are. Josh has experience with just about all of them.
The black cloud of the 2020 ammo shortage had one silver lining. The lack of ammo brought proper attention to dry fire practice. Today, the great ammo shortage of 2020 is over. There’s plenty of ammo. It’s just too expensive to use on the daily. So, dry fire it is. But the practice of dry firing still needs more attention, more accolades, and more instruction, so here goes.
We are very happy to host three competitive shooting leagues here at SharpShooters. We hope you’ll get to know one or more of them, and join the fun, and the competition.
If you were going to invite a friend or accompany a friend to purchase their very first firearm, where would you go? It is our goal to make everyone who comes into SharpShooters feel like they are valued, served, and welcomed back anytime.
An 18 year old can serve in the US military, and be issued an M-4 automatic rifle. That same 18 year old can buy an AR-10 (.308) with a 30 round magazine. That same 18 year old cannot purchase a .22 caliber pistol or .22 ammo. Until now.