If you are coming to Shoot Today Sat or Sun. Don’t be discouraged by the Parking-lot. We have about 20 students in the classroom all three days. Come in and check before you turn around, the range side may be empty!
Have you ever wanted to prove that you were a better pistol shooter than your buddies? Now is your chance! Shoot Indoors is hosting a Pistol League, similar to a Glock shoot but you can use any manufacturer’s firearm! Are you a fan of Springfield, Smith & Wesson, Sig Sauer or Ruger? Whatever your favorite handgun is, it is welcome to be used it must be a .32cal or larger Centerfire pistol.
Shoots are held on Sunday nights and there are always awards and a Potluck Dinner at the end of the League.
Join us and show everyone what you and your favorite handgun can do! Pre-registration is required to reserve your spot!
Sign up today @ GoShootIndoors.com call 303-854-9102 or stop in!
League start date: February 18th @ 7:00pm
Mandatory pre-shoot meeting: February 18th, 2018 @ 6:00pm
At the pre-shoot meeting Safety procedures will be reviewed as well as range commands and target scoring.
RULES: NRA Pistol Rules will apply, except where specific exceptions are made.
GUNS: Any safe .32cal or larger centerfire revolver or semi-automatic pistol may be used.
SIGHTS: Telescopic, metallic or electronic are permitted with the exception of a sight that projects an image onto the target.
POSITION: All shooting is done from the standing position using one hand, and no support is allowed.
TARGET and DISTANCE: B2 slow fire target, and B3 timed and rapid fire at 50 feet.
SHOTS PER TARGET: 10 shots per target.
SLOW FIRE: 10 rounds in 10 minutes
TIMED FIRE: 10 rounds in two five-shot strings at 20 seconds per string.
RAPID FIRE: 10 rounds in two five-shot strings at 10 seconds per string.
AGGREGATE: The aggregate course is 30 shots that must be fired as a complete unit in the same session in order to qualify as a viable course of fire. Each qualifying course of fire must meet or exceed the minimum score or the complete aggregate must be re-fired.
Sundays starting February 18th for 10 weeks.
Shooters will pay a $20 onetime signup fee
First run each week is $15
Makeup runs are $13
Prizes are determined at the discretion of SHOOT INDOORS Management.
SHOOT INDOORS Management reserves the right to change this program at any time.
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We will be closed all day on Monday, New Year’s Day.
We want to thank all our customers and members for a great 2017 and we wish everyone a Happy New Year!
In a huge win for Second Amendment supporters, the U.S. House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday held a mark-up of H.R. 38, the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act, and favorably reported an amended version of the bill to the full House. Anti-gun Democrats on the Committee offered a lengthy list of amendments to weaken or gut the bill, all of which were defeated.
Please Ask Your U.S. Representative to Vote for H.R. 38, the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act. You can find their contact information at:
Please contact your U.S. Representative and ask him or her to vote YES on H.R.38, the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017. You can call the congressional switchboard at (202) 224-3121 and ask to be connected to your representative’s office.
The last 30 years have seen a continual expansion of the right to carry concealed handguns for self-defense within the United States, even as the nationwide violent crime rate has plummeted during the same period.
Every U.S. state now has a legal mechanism whereby its residents may carry concealed handguns, and 42 states and the District of Columbia broadly recognize a right of law-abiding citizens to do so.
Needless to say, these states also refuse to recognize permits from other states or even, in some cases, to issue their own permits to otherwise eligible out-of-state residents.
Anti-gun members of the committee – most of whom have never met an exercise of federal authority they didn’t love – hypocritically tried to portray H.R. 38 as an attack on “states’ rights” and desperately tried to steer the debate to the differences between state licensing laws.
A majority of the committee, however, saw past the charade and recognized that what was really at stake was not the safety of residents in anti-gun states but whether upstanding Americans get to exercise their fundamental right to carry over the wishes of politicians who seek to deny it entirely.
Guns.com reports that “The 2018 National Defense Authorization Act was approved recently to include a plan to transfer the U.S. Army’s remaining stock of .45 ACP M1911A1 pistols to the Civilian Marksmanship Program.
On the handguns headed to the CMP, the bill instructs the Secretary of the Army to conduct a two-year pilot program that will transfer “not less than 8,000 surplus caliber .45 M1911/M1911A1 pistols” in 2018 with a cap of no more than 10,000 transferred per fiscal year. The program would then be reviewed to ensure the guns were sold by CMP in accordance with applicable federal laws and evaluate its cost to the Army.”
This deal has been in the works for a long time. It means that, subject to paying a fee and passing a federal background check, civilians would be able to own a GI issue 1911 that was actually used in military service. What a great way to own and shoot a piece of U.S. history!
Please note that Shoot Indoors will be closed on Saturday, November 18th
from 3 pm until 7 pm. so that the entire staff can attend the funeral of one of
our extended family members.
We appreciate your understanding at this sad time.
The building will be closed on Monday, October 16th all day (10 am to 10 pm) while we perform down range maintenance. We’ll be open again on Tuesday October 17th, from 10 am to 10pm.
Our assistant Manager, Tim has returned from his deployment with the U.S. Army and is back behind our Front Desk.
We thank him for his service.
But Tim isn’t the only Veteran at Shoot Indoors, Brett and Scott are former U.S. Marines, Tod: U.S. Army, Austin: U.S. Army, Daniel: U.S. Navy, Terry: U.S. Navy; Mike U.S. Navy;
. We’re glad to have them all here!”
Newington, NH (August 8, 2017) – The P320 meets U.S. standards for safety, including the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) / Sporting Arms Ammunition Manufacturers’ Institute, Inc. (SAAMI®), National Institute of Justice (NIJ), as well as rigorous testing protocols for global military and law enforcement agencies.
The design of the SIG SAUER P320 overcomes the most significant safety concern in striker-fired pistols today: the practice of pressing the trigger for disassembly. This can be performed with a round in the chamber which has resulted in numerous incidents of property damage, physical injury, and death. The disassembly process of the P320, however, uses a take-down lever rather than pressing the trigger, eliminating the possibility of discharge during the disassembly process.
Recent events indicate that dropping the P320 beyond U.S. standards for safety may cause an unintentional discharge.
As a result of input from law enforcement, government and military customers, SIG has developed a number of enhancements in function, reliability, and overall safety including drop performance. SIG SAUER is offering these enhancements to its customers. Details of this program will be available at sigsauer.com on Monday, August 14, 2017.
Fairfax, Va.— Three months after President Donald Trump signed an executive order to crack down on illegal firearm possession, prosecutions of these crimes have risen by 23 percent. Violent criminals are now facing consequences for their illegal actions. At the same time, the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding gun owners are being respected under the Trump administration.
“The National Rifle Association applauds President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions for understanding that prosecuting violent criminals and protecting the rights of law-abiding gun owners are not mutually exclusive ideas,” said Chris W. Cox, executive director, National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action. “The Department of Justice report released today shows the administration’s commitment to getting violent criminals and gang members off our streets. After suffering an all-time low during the Obama administration, federal prosecutions of illegal firearm possession are now being taken seriously.”
Charges of unlawful possession of a gun – mostly by convicted felons – are up 23 percent in the second quarter of 2017 from the same time period in 2016.
The number of defendants charged with the crime of using a firearm in a crime of violence or drug trafficking has increased by 10 percent.
The DOJ is on pace to prosecute the highest number of federal firearms cases since 2005.
During the Obama administration, federal prosecutions against individuals attempting to illegally buy a firearm dropped 40 percent.
During the Obama administration, prosecutions of unlawful possession of a firearm by a person subject to a court order dropped a whopping 66 percent.
“This report demonstrates that President Trump and Attorney General Sessions are making America safe again,” Cox concluded. “This is a complete reversal from the eight long years of the Obama administration, which ignored violent criminals while trying to destroy the rights of law-abiding gun owners.”