Handgun 101 Class
Jul
19
6:00 PM18:00

Handgun 101 Class

Handgun 101 is a beginners’ handgun class designed for new handgun owners, or those who have not yet purchased a handgun. Topics include functionality and considerations of revolvers and semi-automatic handguns; proper shooting techniques; carry considerations, and much more. The class ends with time in the range to practice what you've learned. Student should bring pen and paper for notes, one handgun (if you have one - if not, rentals are available) and 50 rounds of ammunition. Low cut shirts and open toed shoes are not advised on the range. Class cost is $60.00. This class is open to the public.
We have limited class size to 10 people to give you a more personalized experience.


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Introduction to Reloading Class
Jul
23
6:30 PM18:30

Introduction to Reloading Class

This class will introduce students to the equipment and processes used in reloading ammunition. Topics include: reasons to reload, equipment considerations, safety, the processes and sequence involved. Students will spend time in the classroom and get some hands-on instruction. This class is open to the public.

Required equipment: paper and pen

About our Instructor: Mr. Tom Jones was an Army Joint Operations Officer who spent multiple tours with the Air Force, Marines, Navy and six years with a U.S. government agency, before retiring as a Dean and Department Chair at the Armed Forces Staff College where he headed the senior US school for Command, Control and Intelligence. Tom has held national and world records in both mid-range and long-range events. He represented the U.S. in international competitions in 1988, 1996 and 2015 earning bronze, silver and gold medals respectively. Most recently, Tom was a firing member of the victorious U.S. Creedmoor Team at the competition held in Ireland. He is classified as a High Master with the National Rifle Association. A graduate of Coffee High School, Tom is originally from Center Star, and is married to the former Marilyn Gatlin of Florence.

 


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Handgun 201 Class - Loading/Unloading - Malfunction - Maintenance
Jul
24
6:00 PM18:00

Handgun 201 Class - Loading/Unloading - Malfunction - Maintenance

This class focuses on loading and unloading; malfunction causes and clearing; and basic pistol maintenance. The class ends with time in the range to practice what you've learned.

This is considered an advanced class. Participants should already have had formal training in the basic operation of their weapon. Student should bring pen and paper for notes, one handgun (if you have one - if not, rentals are available) and 50 rounds of ammunition. Low cut shirts and open toed shoes are not advised on the range. Cost is $60.00. This class is open to the public.


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Youth Introduction to Firearms Class
Jul
26
6:30 PM18:30

Youth Introduction to Firearms Class

This class is geared toward kids 8-16 years old. Class topics covered include firearms rules and safety, basic shooting skills including sight alignment, trigger control, and range practice. Students will shoot one 22 caliber rifle and one 22 caliber pistol. (Students may bring their own weapon(s) and 10-15 rounds of ammunition. If they don't have one, we will provide them). Parents must be present for the classroom portion, and may observe the range practice from the viewing area. Price for the class is $40.00 


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 Precision Rifle Shooting Class
Jul
30
6:30 PM18:30

Precision Rifle Shooting Class

This class will introduce students to the equipment and techniques of shooting centerfire rifles with precision and accuracy. Topics include firearm safety, shooting positions, breathing, sight picture, trigger control and recoil management. Students will spend time in the classroom and in the range. Cost is $100. This class is open to the public.

Required equipment: centerfire rifle (up to .308 caliber), 50 rounds of ammunition, scope and shooting mat if you have one. Please have your rifle/scope zeroed in prior to class.

About our Instructor: Mr. Tom Jones was an Army Joint Operations Officer who spent multiple tours with the Air Force, Marines, Navy and six years with a U.S. government agency, before retiring as a Dean and Department Chair at the Armed Forces Staff College where he headed the senior US school for Command, Control and Intelligence. Tom has held national and world records in both mid-range and long-range events. He represented the U.S. in international competitions in 1988, 1996 and 2015 earning bronze, silver and gold medals respectively. Most recently, Tom was a firing member of the victorious U.S. Creedmoor Team at the competition held in Ireland. He is classified as a High Master with the National Rifle Association. A graduate of Coffee High School, Tom is originally from Center Star, and is married to the former Marilyn Gatlin of Florence.


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Women's Basic Self Defense Class
Jul
31
6:00 PM18:00

Women's Basic Self Defense Class

Cypress Creek Indoor Range has partnered with Florence Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu to offer a NEW Ladies' Basic Self Defense class focused on some simple, yet effective techniques that may be applied in a defensive situation. The techniques covered during this class will focus on grip breaks and counters to common “grabs” from differing positions that attackers frequently use. We will then use the techniques learned to counter those grabs and create space to improve our position or to retreat to a safer area so that we become a harder target.

The cost of this class is only $30 and space is limited to 20 students. Pre-registration is required. Students will not be involved in any fighting, grappling or wrestling on the floor. No previous training is required. This class is open to females ages 16 and over. (An adult must be present with minors).


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Survival (for Women) Class
Jul
17
6:00 PM18:00

Survival (for Women) Class

SURVIVAL is a class designed for Women. Topics include Street Smarts, Situational Awareness, Confrontation Considerations and Reactions, and basic firearms training. The class ends with time in the range to practice the firearms techniques you've learned. Student should bring pen and paper for notes, one UNLOADED handgun (if you have one - if not, rentals are available) and 50 rounds of ammunition. Low cut shirts and open toed shoes are not advised on the range. Please arrive 10-15 minutes before class time. Cost is $50.00. This class is open to the public.


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Lights/Low Light Class
Jul
16
6:00 PM18:00

Lights/Low Light Class

This class is designed to give shooters an overview of different lighting techniques and options. Topics include firearms safety (always), low-light shooting theory, light selection and designs, night sights and lasers and finally shooting techniques. The class ends with time in the range to practice what you've learned. Student should bring pen and paper for notes, a hand-held and/or weapon mounted light (if you have one), one handgun (if you have one - if not, rentals are available) and 50 rounds of ammunition. Low cut shirts and open toed shoes are not advised on the range. Class cost is $60.00. This class is open to the public.


About our instructor: Lee Smith

An avid outdoorsman who loves hiking and camping with his family, Lee owned and operated a Specialty Gun Store for over 18 years. He is a Police Officer in the state of Alabama and has been in Law Enforcement since 1998. Seven years of his Law Enforcement career was as a SWAT Team member / Sniper and eight in Mounted Police Field Operations. His training included Explosive/ Mechanical Breaching, Entry, Less than Lethal weapons and Sniper/Observer. Lee is also a NRA Law Enforcement Firearms Instructor since 2001 and holds instructorships in Handgun, Shotgun, Carbine, Tactical Shooting and Precision Rifle. Additionally Lee participates as a Law Enforcement Rappel Master, Swiftwater Rescue Technician, Less than Lethal Instructor, Field Training Officer and Law Enforcement Armorer. In 2016 he completed the Senior & Master Officer program from the University of North Alabama. He is a member of the International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors and has taught Law Enforcement Professionals in Central America.


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Concealed Weapon Class
Jul
10
6:00 PM18:00

Concealed Weapon Class

In this class, students will discuss the laws, equipment considerations, and techniques of carrying a concealed firearm. There will be 2 hours of classroom time, then an hour in the range to practice techniques learned. Students will need their pistol, 50 rounds of ammunition, and an appropriate holster. (For safety reasons, we WILL NOT be shooting from holsters that face backwards, are carried in the back, or on the ankle.) Class cost is $50.00 per student. Space is limited to 10 students. PREREQUISITE: Students must have had some form of basic firearm training such as Survival or Handgun 101 before taking this class. Knowing the function and safe handling of firearms is imperative. Cost is $50.00. This class is open to the public.


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FREE Suppressor Class
Jul
8
3:00 PM15:00

FREE Suppressor Class

Our own Wesley Poe is going to give a FREE informational class on Suppressors. Wesley will answer your questions about suppressors: how long does it take to get ATF approval; how do I apply for approval; do I have to wait that long to shoot my suppressor; what suppressor do I need? He will also give a demonstration of several different suppressors on different guns. 

As a special bonus, everyone who takes this FREE class will get 20% off of their suppressor accessories on the night of the class. 

SilencerCo is also offering a buy-one-get-one-FREE summer promotion until July 15th! 

Come to Cypress Creek Indoor Range and get your questions answered!

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Handgun 101 Class
Jun
26
6:00 PM18:00

Handgun 101 Class

Handgun 101 is a beginners’ handgun class designed for new handgun owners, or those who have not yet purchased a handgun. Topics include functionality and considerations of revolvers and semi-automatic handguns; proper shooting techniques; carry considerations, and much more. The class ends with time in the range to practice what you've learned. Student should bring pen and paper for notes, one handgun (if you have one - if not, rentals are available) and 50 rounds of ammunition. Low cut shirts and open toed shoes are not advised on the range. Class cost is $60.00. This class is open to the public.
We have limited class size to 10 people to give you a more personalized experience.


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Women's Basic Self Defense Class
Jun
26
6:00 PM18:00

Women's Basic Self Defense Class

Cypress Creek Indoor Range has partnered with Florence Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu to offer a NEW Ladies' Basic Self Defense class focused on some simple, yet effective techniques that may be applied in a defensive situation. The techniques covered during this class will focus on grip breaks and counters to common “grabs” from differing positions that attackers frequently use. We will then use the techniques learned to counter those grabs and create space to improve our position or to retreat to a safer area so that we become a harder target.

The cost of this class is only $30 and space is limited to 20 students. Pre-registration is required. Students will not be involved in any fighting, grappling or wrestling on the floor. No previous training is required. This class is open to females ages 16 and over. (An adult must be present with minors).


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Precision Rifle Shooting Class
Jun
25
6:30 PM18:30

Precision Rifle Shooting Class

This class will introduce students to the equipment and techniques of shooting centerfire rifles with precision and accuracy. Topics include firearm safety, shooting positions, breathing, sight picture, trigger control and recoil management. Students will spend time in the classroom and in the range. Cost is $100. This class is open to the public.

Required equipment: centerfire rifle (up to .308 caliber), 50 rounds of ammunition, scope and shooting mat if you have one. Please have your rifle/scope zeroed in prior to class.

About our Instructor: Mr. Tom Jones was an Army Joint Operations Officer who spent multiple tours with the Air Force, Marines, Navy and six years with a U.S. government agency, before retiring as a Dean and Department Chair at the Armed Forces Staff College where he headed the senior US school for Command, Control and Intelligence. Tom has held national and world records in both mid-range and long-range events. He represented the U.S. in international competitions in 1988, 1996 and 2015 earning bronze, silver and gold medals respectively. Most recently, Tom was a firing member of the victorious U.S. Creedmoor Team at the competition held in Ireland. He is classified as a High Master with the National Rifle Association. A graduate of Coffee High School, Tom is originally from Center Star, and is married to the former Marilyn Gatlin of Florence.


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FREE Suppressor Class
Jun
21
6:30 PM18:30

FREE Suppressor Class

Our own Wesley Poe is going to give a FREE informational class on Suppressors. Wesley will answer your questions about suppressors: how long does it take to get ATF approval; how do I apply for approval; do I have to wait that long to shoot my suppressor; what suppressor do I need? He will also give a demonstration of several different suppressors on different guns. 

As a special bonus, everyone who takes this FREE class will get 20% off of their suppressor accessories on the night of the class. 

Come to Cypress Creek Indoor Range and get your questions answered!

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Handgun 201 Class - Loading/Unloading - Malfunction - Maintenance
Jun
19
6:00 PM18:00

Handgun 201 Class - Loading/Unloading - Malfunction - Maintenance

This class focuses on loading and unloading; malfunction causes and clearing; and basic pistol maintenance. The class ends with time in the range to practice what you've learned.

This is considered an advanced class. Participants should already have had formal training in the basic operation of their weapon. Student should bring pen and paper for notes, one handgun (if you have one - if not, rentals are available) and 50 rounds of ammunition. Low cut shirts and open toed shoes are not advised on the range. Cost is $60.00. This class is open to the public.


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Concealed Weapon Class
Jun
5
6:00 PM18:00

Concealed Weapon Class

In this class, students will discuss the laws, equipment considerations, and techniques of carrying a concealed firearm. There will be 2 hours of classroom time, then an hour in the range to practice techniques learned. Students will need their pistol, 50 rounds of ammunition, and an appropriate holster. (For safety reasons, we WILL NOT be shooting from holsters that face backwards, are carried in the back, or on the ankle.) Class cost is $50.00 per student. Space is limited to 10 students. PREREQUISITE: Students must have had some form of basic firearm training such as Survival or Handgun 101 before taking this class. Knowing the function and safe handling of firearms is imperative. Cost is $50.00. This class is open to the public.


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