Your kids will have an awesome time!
Children have an awesome time when they are at our Range. We truly believe in educating children on the safe handling of firearms. Not only the rules shooting but what to do if they see a gun while playing at a friends home.
Here are a few helpful answers to a few common question we receive.
What is the minimum age requirement?
For the First Step and Basic Pistol/Shotgun/Rifle courses, there is no minimum age requirement, provided that the student is mature and responsible, has the required positive attitude when handling firearms, and is able to follow along with the lessons and course materials. The student must successfully demonstrate the knowledge which they have gained with safe gun handling skills, before moving on to the next stages of lessons. For courses which do not contain “live-fire” shooting exercises, there is no minimum age requirement. CCW courses require that the applicant be 21 years of age.
Can I bring a minor to the range?
Children 8 to 17 years old are welcome to shoot and take courses with a parent or guardian.
Children 8 to 12 years old can shoot and take rifle or shotgun courses.
Children 13 to 17 years old are welcome to shoot and take handgun courses.
We do teach a course call Eddie Eagle which is for little ones. Please click here for more information.