Utah Wildlife News
Thursday, 10 June 2010 14:48
Four clinics offered on June 19, 2010
Salt Lake City — Does learning how to shoot a shotgun at a target that's sailing through the air sound like fun?
Photos by Ralynne Takeda
How about learning how to shoot a bow and arrow, or maybe even a muzzleloader?
Have you always wanted to shoot on a shooting range, but you haven't because you're not sure what the rules are?
If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, you may want to attend one of the free clinics the Division of Wildlife Resources is offering on June 19, 2010.
The clinics will be held at the same time—from 9 a.m. until noon—so you'll need to choose which clinic you want to attend. And you'll want to register soon. Each clinic is limited to the first 20 people who register for it.
You can register by contacting RaLynne Takeda at 801-538-4753 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The DWR will hold the free clinics at its Lee Kay Public Shooting Range in Salt Lake City. The range is at 6000 W, 2100 S.
DWR instructors will provide all the equipment you'll need. But if you have your own equipment, please bring it.
What you'll learn
Depending on which clinic you attend, you'll learn and do the following:
You'll learn basic shotgun shooting techniques. Then you'll get a chance to shoot at plenty of flying clay targets on the shotgun shooting range!
You'll learn about different types of muzzleloaders. Then you'll have a chance to shoot at targets with them.
You'll learn about various bows, arrows and the latest archery equipment. Then you'll shoot arrows at a variety of targets.
Learn about shooting ranges
You'll learn basic firearm safety, including how to identify and unload various types of firearms. You'll also learn how shooting ranges operate and basic procedures you need to follow. Then you'll get a chance to shoot on the range!
For more information, contact Takeda at 801-538-4753 or email@example.com.
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