Free Shotgun Shooting Event for Women Feb. 8

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Tucson- The Arizona Game and Fish Department; Pima County Natural Resources, Parks & Recreation; the Arizona State Rifle & Pistol Association, and NRA Sports will host an introduction to shooting clays for women, a free outreach event, 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 8, at the Pima County Southeast Clay Target Center, 11295 S.  Harrison Road.

Photo by Kristin Terpening of AZGFD taken at a similar event in February of 2013 at the Three Points shooting range.

Photo by Kristin Terpening of AZGFD taken at a similar event in February of 2013 at the Three Points shooting range.

The event is being held to provide women with safe, professional instruction in shotgun shooting. Shotguns, ammo, eye/ear protection and targets will be provided at no charge for the event.

A minimum of 20 participants are needed, and registration is limited to 30 total.  Pre-registration is required; contact Mike Rogers: Desertroses@azgfd.gov or 602-909-7817. More dates can be added as needed.

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