Shooters express concealed carry class

Range Prices

Range Rates and Programs

$20.00 per day

Double Stack Range Time (2 persons/1 lane) $30.00

Triple Stack Range Time (3 persons/1 lane) $40.00

$15.00 Lunch Special (11-2 Mon-Fri)

$10.00 Law Enforcement Special (Mon-Fri)

$20.00 + ammo

$35.00 full auto rental + ammo   $20.00 Desert Eagle (7 rounds)

$5.00 per shot (500mag & 460)

$.69 --Small Target

$l.69 --Medium Target

$2.50 Large Target (Packs of multiple targets from S5.99)

$2.75 per pair

*Shooter's Express After Hours Program*

$200.00 for 1 bay (max 15 people per bay) $150.00 each additional hour (4 max) $350.00 for 2 bays (max 30 people) $150.00 each additional hour

$49.99 30 Day Membership      $199.99 (6 month membership)

$329.99 Silver Membership

$399.99 Gold Membership

*all memberships include unlimited range time and free use of the rental guns*

*ask range staff for all other membership incentives*

Classes

$20.00 fifteen minute private instruction

$50.00 1hour private instruction (classroom and range time)

$75.00 NC concealed carry class (state requirement for concealed carry -8 hours)

$49.99 — Basic Handgun Course (3 hours)

$29.99 Firearm TLC Course (4 hours)

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HANDGUN TLC

(A CLEAN GUN IS A HAPPY GUN)

      Join one of our TLC Classes today! Each Class will cover cleaning, proper maintenance, lubrication, dissassembly, reassembly and proper function checks for all students! We will also cover commonly asked questions regarding maintenance, and will make sure each student leaves with the appropriate knowledge allowing them to fully upkeep their firearms for years to come!

       Pre-registration is required for this class as space is limited so don't wait.  Sign up now for our next available class.  Cost of this class is only $49.99 Per Student. Limit 1 Firearm per student, per class. All cleaning materials will be provided for each student.

Handgun TLC is also available for private sessions! $50 Per Student - Per Hour! We will tailor a individual private class to meet anyones cleaning needs! Book a Private Cleaning Session Today! Call our Pro-Shop and ask for our Cleaning Instructor Dillon for scheduling and availability! 

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Buying a handgun for self defense is a diffucult and personal decision. There’s alot of things that an individual must consider. The first step i would recommend is, that you take a basic handgun class, (with a quality instructor) if you are not already familiar with handguns. A class can help you make a more educated decision. Television and magazine articles are a great resource for information.  Just remember they are looking to sell products of there advertisers.  Many writers shoot better from a typewriter, than they do on the range.  Sometimes friends and family can also be great resources, but remember buying a handgun is like buying clothing, it has to fit you as an individual.

With that being said, let’s try to narrow down some of the many choices you will have.

Revolver or semi-automatic?

A revolver is simple to use and very reliable. Load cylinder, close cylinder, take aim, squeeze trigger.
A semi-automatic usually holds more rounds, but is not as simple to use. Load magazine, put magazine in gun, pull slide back to feed first round, take off safety, take aim, squeeze trigger.

(note: some slides are very stiff and don’t always pull back easily)

These are only a few of the differences between the two guns. Here are some other things to think about when deciding between the two.

A revolver, is usually a little more bulky than some semi-automatics, so if you are thinking about carrying concealed very much, you will need to consider that. However people overall do tend to shoot more accurately with a revolver than a semiautomatic. (not everyone, but overall)
Semi-automatic, how much will you practice with it? Will you use it enough, that manipulating all of it’s features will be like second nature. If you have to take time to remember how to use it, that could be to late!

If you see yourself practicing alot, and staying familiar with your firearm, then either one would probably work for you. If you are buying it strictly for defense and won’t  be shooting  it that frequently, then the simplicity and reliability of a revolver can’t be beat.

What caliber should i get?

There is a lot of contraversy out there, in regards to caliber and stopping power. Again this is a personal choice and needs to fit you as an individual. A simple answer is, you need the largest caliber, that you can shoot accurately. If you can’t shoot it accuately, then the caliber really doesn’t matter, does it? For begining shooters it’s not a bad idea to start with a small caliber   (like a .22) and you can upgrade later.  A .22 caliber is frequently recommended, because you have low noise, low recoil and low expense. You can enjoy and be comfortable shooting your revolver or semi-automatic while not having to deal with the recoil. However if your not a begining shooter, and recoil is not an issue, then consider some of these other things. The smaller calibers usually carry better, and ammo is generally cheaper. On the other hand, larger calibers have more stopping power, but also have more recoil.

Other deciding factors?

Grip, sight picture, trigger pull, and slide pull are other factors, that you may need to consider.

Let’s start with the grip, it needs to fit your hand comfortably, without being to large or to small. Everyones hands are different, so it’s important to make sure the grip fits you personally.
The grip of the firearm, is like the steering wheel of a car and it will greatly affect where your shots go.
Trigger pull should be another deciding factor.  Overall hand strength is also something to consider. Do you have enough strength in your trigger finger to squeeze the trigger repetatively. You can test this by extending your arms out into a shooting position while holding the unloaded firearm and squeeze the trigger. If this action takes so much effort it causes noticable trembling, or you just don’t have the strenth to manipulate the trigger, i would recommend you look for another firearm with less trigger pull. A shaky hand will more than likely result in poor accuracy.
The next thing to look at is the sight picture. Not all of us have 20/20 vision, and even if you do some sights are just harder to see than others. When trying to find the sight that works for you, simply extend your arms out into a shooting position, while holding the unloaded firearm. Then check the clarity of the sight. If your having a hard time seeing the sight at this point, you may need to consider another firearm with different sights.

For those of you who are leaning towards a semi-automatic, you might want to think about the slide pull as well. The slide pull needs to be a quick smooth action in order to feed the first round into the chamber. By not doing this you may suffer a jam as a consequence. For most people this is not a problem, but if you are like many suffering from arthritis or another condition that effects the strength in your hands this could be a potential problem. I would recommend that you manipulate the slide several times before making your final decision.

Whatever size, style, or caliber that you decide to go with, just remember that safety and practice are the key.

Advanced tip: once you’ve narrowed your choices down to only a  few different firearms, there is a simple drill to tell which firearm you will shoot the best. First start with an unloaded firearm (not rimfire) and aim it in a safe direction, squeeze the trigger, while watching the front sight. If the sight moves way off target, this will tell you where the bullet would have gone. You need to use this drill with each one you are considering and compare the movement of the front sight. The one with the least amount of movement, is generally the firearm you will shoot the best.

How do i purchase a handgun?    

Purchasing a handgun is a lot easier than most people realize. If you are a law abiding citizen with no criminal or mental illness in your background, you are eligible to purchase a firearm. The first step is to go to your local sheriff’s department and tell them you would like a handgun permit. There is a $5.00 charge for the permit and they will do a background check. Alot of sheriff’s departments will grant you the permit within just a few minutes, others may take just a few days ( 2-3 days varies w/county). The handgun permit is not desinated for any specific handgun. Basically it’s just stating that you are legally allowed to purchase a handgun and that you have no criminal or mental history to prevent the purchase. After you have obtained the permit, you will take it with you to purchase the firearm. The dealer will have you fill out some simple forms and will take possession of the handgun permit. The  permit will remain with the dealer to be filed with the other paper work. This way, should a question ever arise about your firearm the dealer has your permit to state that you were legally allowed to purchase the firearm.
Another way to obtain a handgun is to have a concealed carry permit. If you have a concealed carry permit, you are excluded from the handgun permit rule. A concealed carry permit is great to have and not that diffucult to obtain. To become a concealed carry permit holder you must take a short class to learn the laws of carrying a handgun, and pass a reasonable shooting accuracy test.  Once you have passed the class, take your certificate to the sheriff’s department, they will do a background check, and you should receive your permit within four to six weeks.

Be safe, practice, and have fun enjoying your right to own a firearm!   

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Shooters Express

This class is designed to assist those looking to buy their first handgun or the competitor that shoots year around. The content in the class is based upon time tested fundamentals proven by champion hand gunners. Class Topics - Safety - Gun Selection - Grip - Stance - Sight Picture - Trigger Control - Follow Through - Breath Control - Drills Class will be limited to 12 students. Cost is $49.99 or FREE with purchase of handgun. Class FAQ What do I need to bring? - You need to bring pen/pencil, notepad, handgun (if you have one), and one box of ammunition. We will provide eye and ear protection, but please feel free to bring your own if you prefer to use your own equipment. What if I don’t own a gun? -We will have approximately 4-5 rental guns available. There will be no charge to use one of our guns; however there will be a $5 or $10 charge for ammunition, depending on caliber. Are there any handguns that we are not allowed to bring? -To maximize your class experience we are preferring calibers of 22lr. Guns of extreme sizes, small or large, are not conducive for proper handgun practice. So for that reason, we recommend nothing small enough to be carried in a pocket and no barrel lengths longer than 6”. How many rounds will we fire? -You will typically fire less than 20 rounds in a class. How long is the class? -This class will run approximately 4 hours. How old do you have to be to take the class? -You must be at least 18 to take this class by yourself. Those 13 years old and older may take the class with adult supervision. I have never shot a handgun, is this class a good starting point? - This class is a perfect starting point. This class will be conducted in a judgment-free, stress-free environment with emphasis placed on safety and handgun fundamentals. It is better to learn the proper way initially than to overcome years of bad habits. Will this class benefit the intermediate to advanced shooter? -Absolutely! Even racecars need a tune up every once in awhile. We have the tendency to get complacent in our routines. Complacency often leads to bad habits without us even realizing it. So this class will give you the opportunity to have an experienced shooter give you some valuable feedback. Should I take this class before purchasing my first gun? -Ideally, yes, you may learn facts that could sway your purchase decision. To comply with all State and Federal firearm regulations, it is simpler and cheaper to buy the proper gun first, than to purchase a gun that you don’t like and return it. Is this class required before taking the North Carolina Concealed Carry class? - No. This class is not required before taking the concealed carry class. The concealed carry class is deals with laws surrounding the use of force, and is not designed for handgun fundamentals. We recommend getting taking this class before taking the concealed carry class, especially for those without prior handgun experience. What should I wear? - Due to a burn risk from ejected brass, we recommend you do not wear open toed shoes, loose fitting clothing, or low cut tops.

CLASS HOURS:  1:00 - 4:00PM

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ATTENTION ALL CONCEAL CARRY INSTRUCTORS

Shooters is proud to offer the largest and best indoor pistol and rifle range anywhere in the Metrolina area. We feature both pistol and rifle bays for your enjoyment. Bring your own equipment or use ours. You can walk in with nothing but a valid ID and be shooting in little more than five minutes. Shooters must be 21 or over to use our range. Anyone 20 years old or younger must be accompanied by someone over 21.

Pistols, rifles, or shotguns, we can accommodate up to a .30 caliber as long as it is soft core ammo. We also have the only “TRY BEFORE YOU BUY” plan. Our range features over 100 different rental guns from .22LR to fully automatics. You wouldn’t buy a car before you drove it, would you? Why buy a gun before you shoot it?
OH YEA, DID I MENTION……

WE RENT FULL AUTOS

  • HK MP5  9MM
  • HK MP5K  9MM
  • Kriss Vector   .45ACP
  • Colt M16   9MM
  • HK UMP 40SW
  • UZI 9MM
  • SWEDISH K 9MM
  • FNH P90 5.7X28
  • HK  M33  .556

RANGE HOURS
Mon. – Fri.: 10:00am – 7:00pm
Saturday: 9:00 – 7:00
Sun: 1:00 – 5:00pm

PLEASE BE AWARE THE LAST SHOOTER WILL BE TAKEN 30 MINUTES BEFORE POSTED CLOSE TIME.

OPEN RANGE RATES $20.00 per day
$15.00 per day/2nd person/same laneRates are per person  

LUNCHTIME SPECIAL
Take your lunch with Shooters…special working man’s (and women’s) rates from 11:00 til 2:00 Monday through Friday. Range rates ONLY $15.00 PER HOUR. Stay Sharp, Blow Off Some Stress, Save Some Bucks. See you on the Range!

KIDS SHOOT FREE
Due to insurance regulations, kids who are 7 years old and up and are a minimum of at least 4′ tall are welcome on our range with a legal guardian. Kids 12 Years and under will not be charged range time when accompanied by a paying adult. Limit 1 minor per adult at a time. Includes range time only. All parties must use same firing lane. Proof of age may be required.  

****A Note on our Ammo Fee.
Most other public ranges require you to purchase their ammunition to use on their range. We do not. However, every bullet sent downrange does damage. To help out with the cost of repairs and keep our rates low, we do charge an extra $2.50 ammo fee should you wish to bring in your ammo.  

FIRST TIME SHOOTERS WITH US ARE REQUIRED TO VIEW OUR SAFETY VIDEO EXPLAINING RULES AND OPERATIONS OF OUR RANGE.  YOU MAY DO THIS HERE AND UPON ARRIVAL, SIMPLY COMPLETE OUR WAIVER.

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No longer will you wait in line in the heat, rain or any other weather to shoot on our range.  Shooters has made it simple.    Simply step in and sign in our one of our pads,  then text the word "lane" to 85775.  This will automatically add you to our waiting list.  Now,  go cruise the Pro Shop to see what's new or just wait in the comfort of your vehicle.  Then, when your lane is ready, we'll send you a text letting you know.  Simply step in and let the range officer know you're there and they will get you going.  
You can even avoid coming in to sign in if you wish.  Simply text the word "shooters" to 85775.  You'll get a link to our sign in page and you can take care if it from your phone.  

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WE ARE HAPPY TO HELP WITH YOUR CCH QUALIFICATIONS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY MONDAY - THURSDAY FROM 10:00am UNTIL 4:00pm.  A 72 HOUR NOTICE MUST BE PROVIDED WITH A 15 MINUTE HOLD WINDOW.  THIS WILL GIVE YOU ACCESS TO ONE OF OUR FIVE LANE BAYS.  COST WILL BE 250.00 PER HOUR WITH A 50.00 NON-REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT DUE IN ADVANCE WITH A ONE HOUR MINIMUM.  ABSOLUTELY NO CCH QULIFICATIONS WILL BE ALLOWED ANYTIME FRIDAY - SUNDAY.

MEMBERSHIPS

30 DAY MEMBERHIP $49.99
Individual Only•Unlimited Range Time
•Free use of Rental Guns
Ammo must be purchased at time of rental
•Free eye & ear protection

ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP:$329.99 or $199.99 (six months)
Single or Family

•Unlimited Range Time
•Free Use of Rental Guns
Ammo must be purchased at time of rental  
•Free use of eye & ear protection
•One free guest per month

Lifetime Price Guarantee: Renew at current price so long as membership stays active with no lapse time.

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**Discount restrictions on certain items may apply due to poor availability or special pricing

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