UPDATED OCT 9 Announcements regarding October 25th Range Day.

Posted on October 1st, by Clinton Bodley in On Featured. 1 Comment

More information about our upcoming shotgun class:

We’ve had some questions regarding chokes and ONLY CYLINDER CHOKES will be used.

Do not bring slings

Attendees must be checked in on the 25th by 7:30am SHARP! Anyone who is late will be unable to participate.

Lastly, as a reminder, sign ups will be posted at 8:00am on Oct 11th so mark your calender.

We will be holding our first Shotgun class!

Due to the nature of the firearms, as well as the fact that most people will be unfamiliar with this manner of firearm manipulation, class size will be extremely limited and will run a substantial amount of time. In addition, range fees will be higher to compensate for increased target usage.

Some specialty gear will be required:

Shotgun capable of holding at least 6 rounds (semi or pump).
You must be able to carry 10 additional shells on your person using ammo carriers purpose-built for holding shotgun ammunition (aka no dump pouches full of shells, but sidesaddles, bandoliers, etc. are ok).
Long pants and covered shoes are required.
Round count will be 30 Slug, 20 00 Buckshot, 200 of birdshot #7 or smaller. We recommend that the slugs and buckshot be consistent with what you use at home.

Gloves are strongly recommended. Slings are optional.

Anyone without the required equipment on range day will be turned away.

Signups will be posted on Oct 11 at 8:00am.
If you have any questions please feel free to ask.

One thought on “UPDATED OCT 9 Announcements regarding October 25th Range Day.

  1. I would like to sign up for the shotgun class offered on Oct. 25th. Are you saying that I will be able to sign up online on Oct. 11th but not before? I have a shotgun that holds 5 in the tube and 1 in the camber, will that satisfy the 6 round minimum? Hold long do you think the class will be? Do I need to be a HDF member to sign up? Mahalo

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