Even if you have never held a handgun, you will be able to safely handle, shoot, clean, and store a semi-automatic pistol and revolver after you complete this course series. If you are already familiar with handguns, the shooting skills section of these clinics can help you become a more accurate, faster handgun marksman.
This course series is low-pressure, low-stress, and fun. It is very ‘hands-on’. You can ask questions at any time! If this is your first time to the clinics we have goodie bags for you with eye and ear protection and more. You do not need to own a handgun to take this course. In fact, this class teaches you how to choose your first handgun! Both semi-automatic and revolver-type handguns are available for use while you are taking the clinic. If you own a handgun, or more than one bring them this is a great way to learn skills with each one!
This clinic series you will learn the basic knowledge, skills, and attitude for owning and operating a pistol safely. This clinic has 5 lesson phases for you to complete at your own pace. Once all 5 lesson phases are done you will learn NRA’s rules for safe gun handling; pistol parts and operation; ammunition; shooting fundamentals; range rules; shooting from the bench rest and two handed standing positions; cleaning the handgun; and continued opportunities for skill development.
Although there are no pre-requisites or age restrictions for the clinics, a general minimum age suggestion would be 12 years old. This may very significantly depending upon the specific student’s maturity level and attention span.
The 3rd lesson phase, is NRA Marksmanship Qualification Program that offers shooters a self-paced training platform to develop your shooting skills. It’s a drill. Progression is self-paced and scores are challenging but attainable. Take your shooting skills to the next level and challenge yourself with this clinic today!
For more information on the clinic please check out our website at www.eergunclub.com!
Come out and participate in this clinic, bring your family and friends!
Need to talk to the Clinic Directors?
Call Stacy at 509-240-7757 or Bob at 509-540-2324
Are you Ready for the Challenge?
3 Gun events is the fastest-growing shooting sport in the world! And here is your chance to see what it is all about. East End Rod and Gun Club is proud to offer the NRA 3 Gun Experience to be able to introduce new and intermediate shooters to the world of 3 Gun. The 3 Gun Experience offers you a chance to learn the sport at your own pace in a safe, family fun, and mildly competitive shooting program.
For more information you can go to NRA website NRA 3GE
We Need Your Help!!
As most of you know, we have been working hard the last few weeks to get the pistol bays functional and I know that many of you have donated to the cause but we need $1,000.00 more to finish this project. We have done the current work for less than half the original estimate and want to continue while we can still get this pricing. Let’s get this done!
Verl Pressnall past president
Fort Walla Walla
Muzzle Loaders Club
The Muzzleloading Club shoots the first Sunday of the month rain or shine (Exceptions due to holidays). We have three five-shot rifle matches at either twenty-five or fifty yards which are shot from the bench, off-hand, or cross sticks. We also shoot one twenty-five yard, ten-shot pistol match using a one-hand hold.
We have a trail walk type shoot about three times a year which consists of shooting at steel plates of various sizes and shapes at thirty-five to fifty yards, all off-hand.
If you would like to shoot or learn how to shoot your muzzleloaders bring out your rifle to our club shoot. Practice starts anytime after 9:00 am and we start shooting our formal matches at 1:00 pm.
2018-2019 SHOOT SCHEDULE: Club Range now at the East End Rod and Gun Club, Milton Freewater, OR on Cemetery Rd
Attention: All targets will be hung so that you will be shooting into the backstop. Black powder (Or black powder substitute) only in Muzzle Loading Guns, and or Rifle or Pistols shooting black powder cartridges, 45-70, 44-40 etc. with lead bullets. No Modern Ammo Allowed.
1. The Shoot Schedule for the 2018-2019-club year is below, and on the club calendar. The Range Officer has the right to make any last minute changes do to weather, safety, or range conditions.
2. A volunteer club member(s) can put on the Club Match for the 2018-2019. The type of target and scoring will be at the member's discretion, otherwise the Range officer will make up the match.
3. If club members desire a special match such as flintlock, musket, cartridge rifle, etc. the range officer or assistant will arrange such a match to precede the normal shoot schedule. The decision regarding any special match will be made at the club meeting preceding the shoot.
4. Following the April shoot, the range officer will total each shooter's six (6) highest monthly scores for a total score to be used in determining shooter of the year. Any club member shooting in a minimum of ( 6) monthly shoots will be eligible to win one of four prizes.
The categories will be decided by 1st. place by highest total score, 2nd. place by second highest total score, Third place by third highest total score. ( 4) Pistol, highest pistol total score. At each shoot there will be 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place, scores posted in the ranger officer' s book using the National Muzzle Loading Rules. Prizes for the monthly shoot for 1st., 2nd, and 3rd. will be awarded to club members only. The Club officers will determine the type of prizes awarded. Usually $3.00 for 1st, $2.00 for 2nd, and $1.00 for 3rd place.
On the Elk target winner will be determined by most matches won by a shooter for the year. Ties will be broken by a shoot off during the April shoot.