Perhaps the most versatile weapon in any inventory, the shotgun is possibly the least understood, and hence the least utilized. Learn proper loading, unloading, and sustainment techniques. Test the capabilities of your shotgun, the different loads that go with it, and your own capabilities as well. Learn how to employ which load in a home defense situation, and how to properly handle a shotgun in close quarters. Which is best? Pump or semiauto? We'll discuss it and you'll get the chance to try out different weapons. Shotgun training is a blast! Come see why.
Any good reliable pump or semiauto shotgun, any gauge. (Coach guns and/or Shockwaves can be brought for demo purposes only, not as your primary weapon.)
Semiauto pistol or revolver with three mags or speedloaders
Sturdy belt and holster.
Round count: 200 skeet/trap, 20 slug, 20 buckshot. (3" magnums are not required.)
Range attire. (expect to get dirty)
Comfortable shoes or boots.
Knee pads/elbow pads optional.
Eye and ear protection.
Lunch can be purchased from the Dalton Country Store if desired.
There is no course date currently available.
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