• 2017-18 Shotgun and Pistol Season

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  • NOAH Shooting Information

    Team Objectives and Program Summary

2017-18 Shooting. initial information for the upcoming season
1.  We will have an informational meeting mid-October at either the Tulsa Gun Club or USSA.  Exact date, time, and
location will be published a few weeks prior.
2. We will begin practices in mid-November.
3. We will continue to have shotgun (Skeet) and action shooting (steel challenge) pistol/rifle.
4. The website will be updated in the near future with more details and information.
5.  We also have a closed facebook group (NOAH Shooting Team) that we communicate with.  If you would like to join,
please make a friend request to myself (Mark Terrill) or Darrell Simpson and let us know you are interested in shooting
and would like to join the group.

Why Shooting Sports? 

What are the benefits of shooting sports and why should a young person engage in shooting sports?

  1. Shooting sports develop an ability to safely and properly handle firearms.  Firearm safety is constantly promoted and integrated into practice and events.
  2. Shooting sports teach young people to respect but not fear firearms.  Firearms are a tool that has many benefits if handled properly.  Firearms are part of the 2nd Amendment rights of American Citizens and useful hunting, self-defense, law enforcement and military professions.
  3. Shooting sports teach responsibility.  Firearms are fun, but they can also injure and kill if handles improperly (as can other tools, like cars).  Handling a firearm properly teaches responsibility.
  4. Shooting sports enhance mental focus.  Both clay target and pistol shooting require mental focus and concentration to compete well.
  5. Shooting sports incorporate courtesy and fair play during practice and competition events.  Most shooting sports competitors show courtesy and encouragement to their team mates, coaches, and referees.
  6. Shooting sports teach an appreciation for the 2nd Amendment of the Constitution and help young people understand and appreciate the wonderful privilege that the 2nd Amendment affords Americans.
  7.  Shooting sports are fun.

NOAH Shooting Team Objectives

In alignment with the Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) and Scholastic Pistol Program (SPP) mission and purpose (see appendix below), the basic mission and purpose of the NOAH program, is to:

  1. Provide an opportunity for students to gain experience, competence, and respect for firearms
    through the use of shotgun shooting in the game of skeet.
  2. Develop life skills and character through shooting sports competition.
  3. Develop competitive skeet and pistol shooting teams through regular training, practices, and competitions.
  4. Help young people gain an appreciation for the privilege the 2nd Amendment provides Americans.

For details on our Skeet and Pistol Teams, please see the individual tabs above for those disciplines.

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Shooting Registration

SHOOTING CLINIC

Northeast Oklahoma Association of Homeschools
In Association with
Guardian Shooting Services

Shooting Clinic

September 9, 2017  9am-5pm
Contact: Darrell Simpson Pistol Head Coach
918-724-5410
gro.s1508725882gajha1508725882on@lo1508725882tsip1508725882

 

Guardian Shooting Services is offering a shooting Clinic for the NOAH Pistol Team. Current and prospective team members are encouraged to participate. For Ages 12 and up.

 Register by September 2, 2017 (Limited Availability)

 COST:

$20 for Prospective team members
$30 for Guest and existing team-members plus 500 rounds of ammunition
$5 gun rental if needed (Only 10 pistols available)
$10-$15 for fellowship lunch at JLs BBQ

9-10:30am

Training for everyone will include the following:

  • Safe handling drills
  • How to practice safely at home without ammunition
  • Shooting Fundamentals 50 rounds
10:30-3:30pm

Training for team members ONLY will include the following:

  • Steel Challenge specific drills 150 rounds
  • Turns on 2 Steel Challenge Bays 300 rounds
3:30- 4:30pm      

All team members required to participate in range maintenance and cleanup

  • Bring Weed Eaters and gas
  • Recreational fellowship time at lunch and during breaks (Frisbee, Soccer)

NOAH Pistol team participates in the Scholastic Action Shooting Program

For more information on the SASP visit:

https://sssfonline.org/scholastic-pistol-program-spp/

Skeet and Pistol Practices

Saturday, Nov 12
Initial practice for RETURNING PISTOL SHOOTERS at USSA at 9 AM. We will start with getting all of the paperwork and fees completed then spend some time on the field reviewing safety and fundamentals. NEW SHOOTERS are welcome to attend and observe, but we will have a new shooter sign up later.
Saturday, Nov 19
Initial practice for RETURNING SHOTGUN SHOOTERS at TGC at 9 AM. We will start with getting all of the
paperwork and fees completed then spend some time on the field reviewing safety and fundamentals.
NEW SHOOTERS are welcome to attend and observe, but we will have a new shooter sign up later.
Saturday, Nov 26 (Sat after Thanksgiving)
Practice for RETURNING SHOTGUN AND PISTOL SHOOTERS at TGC and USSA.
NEW SHOOTERS with some experience are welcome to come to this practice.
Saturday, Dec 3
Practice and sign up for NEW SHOOTERS
This will be some initial instruction and shooting for new shooters with no experience who are interested 
in joining the team. New shooters will have 2 weeks to decide whether they want to join the team, after
which we will ask for paperwork and fees.

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