Tri-City Gun Club

Women on Target

Saturday, May 4th 2019

Look here for Registration information February 1, 2019

NRA Women On Target® Instructional Shooting Clinic

8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Outdoor Event! Covered Pavilions. Dress for the weather.
Rain or Shine. Just not Tornadoes or lightning!

If you'd like to ...
  • Learn how to safely handle a firearm
  • Learn to shoot
  • Learn about safe storage options for your home
  • Learn about modern or historic firearms
  • Learn in the company of other women
  • Learn in a safe, friendly environment
  • Learn about competitive shooting and hunting basics
  • Learn a sport you'll enjoy for a lifetime

... then Women On Target®is right for you!

Women On Target®Instructional Shooting Clinics are great opportunities for women to learn all about firearms, and to gain confidence in newly-acquired shooting skills in a safe, comfortable, friendly, non-judgmental environment with other women. What are you waiting for? Come join the fun!  Clinic includes hands on instruction by certified instructors Range Safety Officer volunteers from Tri-City Gun Club with Pistols, Rifles (.223 and .22), Shotgun and Archery.  Hearing protection and eye protection will be provided, but if you have your own bring it along!  Lunch will be provided.   This is a great event to introduce your friends and family members to safe shooting.

Sign-In opens at 7:30 a.m. Be sure to wear comfortable clothes, and as this is a rain or shine event, check the weather and dress accordingly.  (A hat is always a great idea.)

Event Director:  Tara Nelson

  • 05/09/2018 1:32 PM | Anonymous

    Sharon and I each had an excellent day. I will let her tell the participant side. She already has a group of her own lined up for next year.

    The whole day was rewarding for me, mainly seeing so many come through the archery area, most of them starting with zero experience, and finishing with skills, arrows in targets, and smiles on their faces. All ages, moms and daughters, work friends, outdoor gals and indoor professionals - it was a delightful day.

    I'm not an archer, but I knew enough to be helpful. Steve did an excellent job leading, and we quickly filled the coaching roles around him. At the end of the day I peeled off to help Toby stow the hatchet station since he was running solo. I look forward to helping again.


  • 05/09/2018 1:30 PM | Anonymous

    Ms Nelson,

    I appreciated the opportunity to once again work with the ladies during Women on Target this year. Personally, I think we volunteers enjoy the experience as much as they seem to.

    As for suggestions, I would like to propose that some variety be added to the rifle portion of the experience. During the handgun portion, both pistols and revolvers are available as are different calibers. To do the same for rifles would not be a problem since the volunteers provide the firearms and only ask for some help with the ammunition to be used. 

    Nothing too dramatic would need to be changed except the inclusion of a couple different rifle types/designs with the appropriate ammunition. Perhaps a lever gun, single shot, bolt action, or contemporary of the AR (ie: AK, M14 or FAL) would be appreciated as an experience for the participants.

    Just my thoughts and, again, I greatly appreciate the opportunity to serve. Thank you,


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  • The objective of Tri-City Gun Club is to promote safe participation in legitimate shooting sports by fostering education, fellowship, honesty, sportsmanship and patriotism. 


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