Scheduled Calendar of Events Events 

This is a list of all the scheduled competition and events we have at the range.  Pre registration is not required. Just show up and get in on the fun.  We have many "couples" that shoot together and this is a great "date night" to spend time together.

If you have never competed in any of the disciplines we have, come out and watch and see if it is something you would like to try.

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Sep
17
Sat
IDPA September 17th
Sep 17 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Oct
1
Sat
Defensive Handgun – By Fletch Fuller
Oct 1 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm

PLEASE CLICK THE GREEN TICKETS BUTTON TO ATTEND THIS CLASS

 

Saturday- 8am-1pm

 

This is a five hour weekend course that covers the skills needed to use a handgun effectively for self defense.

 

What you will learn:

 

• Ready and Transitional Gun Positions

 

• Working around Obstacles and Cover

 

• Shooting On the Move

 

• Shoot/ Don’t Shoot Decision Making

 

• Immediate Action Skills Under Pressure

 

• One Handed Operation and Manipulations

 

• Accuracy Under Pressure

 

• Diagnosing and Managing Accuracy Problems

 

Expect to fire about 300 rounds of ammunition. This course is designed expressly for the student who has attained their CCW and is interested in taking their shooting skills to the next level.

 

What to bring:

  • A reliable semi-auto pistol (9mm or larger)
  • A minimum of 3 magazines
  • 300 rounds of reliable training ammo
  • Basic Gun Cleaning Kit & Lube
  • A hard sided “kydex” or similar OWB (Outside the Waistband) holster & mag pouches
  • Ball Cap, Eye and Ear protection
  • Folding Chair, Sunscreen, Insect Repellent, Water and Snacks

 

Please NO Blackhawk SERPA or flimsy or cloth type holsters. No Inside the Waistband (IWB) or Appendix Inside the Waistband (AIWB) holsters.

Full refunds are available until 30 days prior to class date. There are NO REFUNDS later than 30 days before class date.

 

Your primary instructor will be Fletch Fuller.

For twenty-five years, Fletch has provided Firearms and Tactical training to Law Enforcement, Military and Responsible Citizens in the areas of Self Defense. He is certified as a firearms instructor by Rangemaster, Sage Dynamics (Optics), the NRA Law Enforcement Division and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Fletch has been a featured presenter for numerous training organizations such as the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association (ILEETA), the International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors (IALEFI) and the Rangemaster Tac-Con.

Oct
8
Sat
Defensive Home Shotgun Class- By Kevin C.
Oct 8 @ 9:00 am – 2:00 pm

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DEFENSIVE SHOTGUN

BASIC – UNLOCK THE FULL CAPABILITY OF YOUR HOME DEFENSE OR TACTICAL SHOTGUN

Duration: 1 hour lecture, 4 hours rang

DESCRIPTION

The defensive shotgun might be the most effective home defense firearm around, but it is not a “fire and forget” sort of thing. Unlocking the true potential of a defensive shotgun takes some knowledge and familiarity with your gun and the ammunition it uses. This five hour class will show you just how effective a tactical shotgun can be in a home defense situation and give you the skills you need for optimal use of your scattergun when literally everything is on the line.

Topics that this class will cover include:

  • History of the defensive shotgun
  • Differences between a hunting shotgun and a tactical shotgun
  • Shotguns vs rifles for home defense
  • Gear and accessory choices
  • Safe storage and deployment of the shotgun
  • Controlling recoil for fast follow-up shots
  • Reloading and ammo management

Gear Requirements:
Either a pump action or semi-automatic shotgun is suitable for this class. The tactical or defensive use of the shotgun is radically different from its use in bird hunting or clay pigeon sports. As such, it demands a different setup compared to a hunting gun.

Your shotgun should have a shortened or adjustable stock for maximum effectiveness. If your shotgun has a tube magazine, you should also have some method of storing additional ammo on the gun such as a butt sleeve or a receiver-mounted shotshell carrier. If you have a box magazine-fed shotgun, bring at least two magazines as well as some way to store a magazine on your beltline. Shotgun slings with ammo loops are not recommended for this class.

“FIREARMS” SUCH AS THE MOSSBERG SHOCKWAVE OR REMINGTON TAC-14ORSHOTGUNS WITH A PISTOL GRIP AND NO STOCKARE NOT ALLOWEDIN THIS CLASS

The effective range of those guns is far shorter than a shotgun with a stock, and as such, they are not compatible with what the techniques taught in this class. There will be no refunds issued if you show up to class with inappropriate firearms or ammunition.

The barrel length of your shotgun should be between 18 and 22 inches. Barrels longer than 22 inches will be cumbersome and awkward in our context. A shotgun with a barrel and a stock less than 18 inches long is a Class III firearm. If you legally possess a short barrel shotgun, feel free to use it in class.

Ammunition Requirements
You will need approximately 100 rounds of birdshot. We prefer #4, #5 or #6 shot for training use. Really small shot, like #7 ½ or #8 spreads out really quickly. Larger shot, like #4 more closely mimics buckshot at the distances we will be using.

PLEASE DO NOT BRING ANY STEEL SHOT TO THIS CLASS

If you show up with shotshells full of steel shot, you won’t shoot. It’s as simple as that. We do this for safety reasons, and it’s just another one of the ways that a tactical shotgun differs from a hunting shotgun.

You will need approximately 20 rounds of buckshot. We prefer standard load eight or nine pellet 00 Buck. Magnum loads only increase the recoil and will beat you up to no advantage. Standard velocity 00 Buck will do just fine.If you want absolute maximum performance I suggest Federal Premium 8 pellet 00 Buck with the Flite Control wad.

 

 

REQUIREMENTS

 

  • A 12 gauge pump-action or semi-automatic shotgun (tube-fed or box magazine-fed)
  • Some method of storing extra ammo on your gun OR extra magazines if box-fed
  • Sling optional
  • NO PISTOL GRIP ONLY SHOTGUNS or “FIREARMS” 
  • 100 rounds birdshot (#7 or greater preferred)
  • NO STEEL SHOT
  • 20 rounds buckshot (Federal FliteControl preferred)
  • Eye protection
  • Ear protection
  • Lunch and/or snacks
  • Water, bug spray, sun screen
Oct
16
Sun
SCSA Steel Challenge October 16th
Oct 16 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Oct
22
Sat
USPSA October 22nd
Oct 22 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Registration opens at 9:00 and closes at 9:45 sharp.

Oct
23
Sun
Women and Guns Class- By Kevin C
Oct 23 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

PLEASE CLICK THE GREEN TICKETS BUTTON TO ATTEND THIS CLASS

DESCRIPTION

Women are the fastest-growing segment of gun owners in the country. More and more women are choosing to exercise their Second Amendment rights and join America’s gun culture. However, the world of firearms can be confusing, with a bewildering amount of catchphrases and industry-specific terms that can seem quite fearful at times.
This class is designed to calm those fears, and ease women into the fun of the shooting sports and safe and confident gun ownership.
The class consists of two parts: A short seminar on women’s self defense, gun safety and the basics of marksmanship, and then a range session where each student will shoot a variety of rifles and pistols so every student can understand what guns can and can’t do.

TOPICS COVERED

  • Gun Safety
  • Firearms Regulations in Florida
  • Types of Firearms
  • Basics of Marksmanship
  • Live-Fire Practice

 

EXPECTATIONS AND OUTCOMES

Students will gain knowledge of the rules of gun safety and will have an opportunity to shoot a variety of guns.

TYPES

Basic, Women’s Only Courses

Oct
30
Sun
CCW Qualification- By Kevin C.
Oct 30 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

PLEASE CLICK THE GREEN TICKETS BUTTON TO ATTEND THIS CLASS

DESCRIPTION

 

When you’re choosing a concealed carry instructor, you’re choosing someone who can provide you with the skills to save your life or the life of a loved one.

My name is Kevin Creighton, and I run Quietly Armed. I am a full-time professional firearms writer for the National Rifle Association, and I teach firearms training in the Naples area. I am not your typical “fly by night” firearms instructor. I put in the time and energy into my classes in order to make sure you receive the best possible instruction. Here’s just a few of things that set my classes apart from the others:

The state of Florida requires instructor to have 24 hours of training before they can teach a concealed carry class.
I have over 800 hours of firearms instruction.

State law says that if you can pull the trigger of a gun and make the gun go “bang!,” you have enough training to defend your life.
I teach you how to place your shots on-target when literally everything depends on your marksmanship.

Other instructors talk about their military or law enforcement experience.
That’s great, but how is that relevant to you in your daily life?

I’m just like you. I enjoy the relaxed lifestyle we have here in Naples, and I want you and your loved ones to keep enjoying your lives and to keep you safe from those who would do us harm.

 

TOPICS COVERED

 

  • Methods of Concealed Cany
  • Florida Firearms Law
  • Personal Safety Tips Choosing A Defensive Firearm
  • Basic Pistol Marksmanship

Class is limited to 12 students maximum

EXPECTATIONS AND OUTCOMES

Students will qualify for not only their Florida concealed carry permit, but have a chance to practice other tests and drills as well.

TYPES

Basic, CCW

Nov
5
Sat
Running The Gun- Fletch Fuller
Nov 5 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm

PLEASE CLICK THE GREEN TICKETS BUTTON TO ATTEND THIS CLASS

 

This is a five hour weekend course that covers the skills needed to use a handgun effectively for self defense.

About this event

About this event

RUNNING THE GUN: Essential Pistol

 

Saturday- 8am-1pm

 

This is a five hour weekend course that covers the skills needed to use a handgun effectively for self defense.

 

What you will learn:

 

• Mastering the Combat Draw Stroke

 

• Tactical Reloading

 

• Ready Positions

 

• Shoot/ Don’t Shoot Decision Making

 

• Immediate Action skills to quickly fix gun stoppages & malfunctions

 

• Safe and Efficient Re-Holstering

 

• Accuracy with the “Flash Sight Picture”

 

• Diagnosing and Managing Accuracy Problems

 

Expect to fire about 250 rounds of ammunition. This course is designed expressly for the student who has attained their CCW and is interested in taking their shooting skills to the next level.

 

What to bring:

  • A reliable semi-auto pistol (9mm or larger)
  • A minimum of 3 magazines
  • 250 rounds of reliable training ammo
  • Basic Gun Cleaning Kit & Lube
  • A hard sided “kydex” or similar OWB (Outside the Waistband) holster & mag pouches
  • Ball Cap, Eye and Ear protection
  • Folding Chair, Sunscreen, Insect Repellent, Water and Snacks

 

Please NO Blackhawk SERPA or flimsy or cloth type holsters. No Inside the Waistband (IWB) or Appendix Inside the Waistband (AIWB) holsters.

Full refunds are available until 30 days prior to class date. There are NO REFUNDS later than 30 days before class date.

 

Your primary instructor will be Fletch Fuller.

For twenty-five years, Fletch has provided Firearms and Tactical training to Law Enforcement, Military and Responsible Citizens in the areas of Self Defense. He is certified as a firearms instructor by Rangemaster, Sage Dynamics (Optics), the NRA Law Enforcement Division and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement. Fletch has been a featured presenter for numerous training organizations such as the International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association (ILEETA), the International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors (IALEFI) and the Rangemaster Tac-Con.

Dec
10
Sat
American Hero Shoot Out
Dec 10 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm