Boost Your Self-Defense Know-How At The 2009 Buckeye Gun Skills Challenge
“Good friendly competition.”
“This was my first experience of this kind. I can’t wait to do more!!”
“This was good practical shooting experience.”
“Relaxed atmosphere and no pressure.”
“I learned so much and my confidence level went way up!”
“YOU GUYS ROCK!!”
Circleville, OH – -(AmmoLand.com)- What were these shooters talking about? The Buckeye Skills Challenge last year. It was such a huge hit, we’re doing it again.
Now you can join a small, select group of fellow Ohioans to brush up on your gun skills at the 2009 Buckeye Gun Skills Challenge!
This special event is open to just 50 participants and will give you a full day of shooting experience and plenty of family-friendly fun.
RECERTIFICATION BONUS: NRA pistol instructors will be on hand to help you renew your Ohio Concealed Handgun License Training Certification. Your new certificate will be good for 6 years! You MUST bring your old, unexpired certificate with you. (This will not renew your CCW license, only your required training certificate.)
Yours for Freedom,
P.S. Last year this event sold out in two days. That’s because you can’t get a whole day of shooting fun for such a low price anywhere else in Ohio. Make a decision fast and register NOW.
Buckeye Firearms Association is a grassroots political action committee dedicated to defending and advancing the right of Ohio citizens to own and use firearms for all legal activities.
Buckeye Firearms Association seeks to maximize your rights by endorsing and electing pro-gun candidates on the city, county, and state level, including mayors, sheriffs, legislators, and governor. We also work to defeat anti-gun legislation, pass pro-gun bills, and reform existing laws to benefit all Ohio citizens.
Unlike many anti-gun groups, we do not get our funding or support from wealthy activists or big corporations. We are a non-partisan, all-volunteer organization. Officers and supporters donate their time and skills to the pro-gun cause. Not a single dime from donors is spent on salaries or wasteful overhead. In fact, every penny is used to support political campaigns, influence public opinion, and advance gun rights around Ohio.