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Ladies: Learn clay target shooting at free introductory program near Tucson

 

Have you ever wanted to learn the fun and excitement of clay target shooting but didn’t know where to start? Clay target shooting is one of the nation’s fastest-growing recreational sports.

The Arizona Game and Fish Department is offering free introductory women’s programs on Saturday, Feb. 2 and Saturday, March 2 at the Three Points Public Shooting Range, located on U.S. Route 86 just west of Robles Junction (about 25 miles southwest of Tucson). The program starts at 10 a.m. and will last about two hours.

The program will provide everything you need, including a loaner shotgun during the event, ammunition, targets, eye and ear protection, and expert instruction in a safe, friendly, non-intimidating environment. The program is based on the tremendously successful Desert Roses women’s shotgun shooting program held at the Ben Avery Clay Target Center in Phoenix.

Best of all, there is no charge. However, pre-registration is required, as class size is limited.

To register, contact Mike Rogers at the Ben Avery Clay Target Center at desertroses@azgfd.gov or (602) 909-7817. Bring a friend! 

These events are being conducted in partnership with the Tucson Rifle Club, Pinnacle Shooting Sports, and Confident Shotgunning.

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