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Womens Pistol 101 Class Saturday July 17th Time 9-12 Noon

July 17, 2021 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm


Ladies – I missed seeing you on the first Monday of the month for our Pine Ridge Shooters Club Women’s (PRSC-W) meeting.  Hope you all had a fun and safe Independence Day weekend instead.

Although we didn’t have a Women’s meeting in July, we are having a PRSC meeting on Tuesday July 13 and will have Sheriff Mike Prendergast as our guest speaker.
We’re also holding another Women-only shoot!!  On Saturday, July 17th I’ll be teaching Pistol 101 to another set of ladies then taking them to the range.  We’ll be at the competition range and have paper targets set up at the rifle range, steels set up in the left bay and the short tactical course set up in the right bay.  In other words, we’ll have something for everyone.
If you haven’t shot with us before, this is the time to join us.  If you haven’t shot in a while, this is the time to brush up on your skills.  If you’ve remained current, this is the time to take your skills to the next level.  We’ll have extra coaches available to ensure everyone has a great experience, improves their skills, and stays safe.
Pistol 101 will be held 9-noon Saturday July 17 at the Pine Ridge Community Center and is free for club members.
The Pistol 101 course is designed to teach you to safely shoot a semi-automatic pistol or revolver with supervision.  You will learn the NRA’s five fundamentals of pistol shooting as well as proper grip and stance and leave prepared for the range time in the afternoon.  You can bring your own pistol or let me know if you would like to borrow one of mine.  NO LIVE AMMUNITION IS ALLOWED IN THE CLASSROOM.
The shoot is 1-3 Saturday afternoon at Outpost Range’s competition range and will cost $15 (paid at the Outpost office).

You must have a current Outpost Range membership, so arrive 30-45 minutes early if you haven’t already joined.  Remember your eye and ear protection, pistol, ammunition, chamber flag, water (with a screw-top, no straws or sippy cups allowed), ball cap, closed toe shoes, etc.

Our next meeting will be 6pm on Monday, August 2.  We will go through malfunctions – what they are, what causes them, and what to do about them.  Remember, a malfunction in and of itself is not dangerous.  It’s what you do after experiencing a malfunction that could create a dangerous situation.  Therefore, if while shooting, you see, hear, or feel anything out of the ordinary and do not know how to address it, do nothing.  That means keep your finger off the trigger, keep your firearm pointed downrange, keep looking downrange.  Then you can raise your non-dominant hand, and a Range Safety Officer will help you address the issue in a safe manner.  At our next PRSC-W meeting, we’ll show you how to address malfunctions on your own.

See you soon,
Sue Wassermann
NRA Certified Pistol, Rifle, and CCW Instructor, and Chief Range Safety Officer


July 17, 2021
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Sue Wassermann


Outpost Range
2930 S Cauthen Point
Lecanto, FL 34461 United States
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