First Shots® Instructional Shooting Clinics
The NSSF ’s First Shots® program is sponsoring instructional shooting clinics for new shooters at the East End Rod and Gun Club in Milton-Freewater, Oregon. The range is located on Cemetery Road, east of Milton-Freewater. The clinics will have registration at 8:30 a.m. and will run until 3:00 pm.
The cost of attendance is free and registration is limited. To register, contact East End at (541) 203-0124 or email@example.com. You can sign up online by clicking on the next clinic to the left. Attendees under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian. All necessary equipment will be provided by the club and sponsors, including firearms, ammunition, and eye/ear protection. This clinic will feature training in the safe handling of firearms to help participants learn the fundamentals of shooting in a relaxing and safe environment. Minimum age is 6.
Here’s everything you need to know - we look forward to seeing you.
At this event we will safely and enjoyably introduce you to firearms, making sure you understand how they operate and that you are comfortable and confident handling them.
Here are just a few quick tips so you know what to expect upon arrival to the range:
- Parking can be found at the Pistol and Muzzleloader ranges, follow the First Shots signs at the gate.
- Please leave personal firearms in your vehicle until we ask you to get them.
- Please be sure to dress appropriately, no open toe shoes and low cut shirts.
- Upon arrival, check in at the table with the First Shots sign.
We will provide you everything needed for the clinic and range experience, including your own First Shots Handbook, ear and eye protection, ammunition and class follow up materials.
Please bring a chair that you can take around with you and bring snacks and lunch with you.
Participating in this clinic will be a great step toward learning more about the safe and recreational use of firearms. Get ready to have some fun!
About First Shots
NSSF’s First Shots program has helped ranges across the country introduce thousands of individuals to shooting and firearm safety. Developed by the National Shooting Sports Foundation and hosted by independent shooting facilities, the program provides participants with a comprehensive introduction to shooting by qualified range operators and instructors that includes firearm safety, local ownership requirements, shooting fundamentals, hands-on instruction and how and where to continue.