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Try a Suppressor at the Centennial Gun Club this Father’s Day!

Friday, June 14, 2013 by CGC Web Team

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Bring your dad to the Centennial Gun Club this weekend to shoot a suppressed rifle! Our Surefire representative is bringing in two suppressed rifles, chambered for 5.56, that you can demo, free of charge. The only requirement is that you purchase ammunition at the store to ensure that safe and consistent loads are being used. We have 5.56 rounds priced at $12.95 for 20 rounds.

The rifles will be available during the following allotted times:

  • Tomorrow, Saturday, June 15th from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
  • and Father’s Day, Sunday, June 16th from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Join us this weekend to celebrate Father’s Day and for a truly unique shooting experience!

Interesting suppressor facts:

  • You can own a suppressor! A suppressor must be registered with the ATF and requires a $200 tax stamp.
  • Suppressors became a registered item in the U.S. during the Great Depression as an anti-poaching measure.
  • Suppressors are completely unregulated in France.
  • The European Union has a law that actually requires suppressors be issued to anyone that uses a gun at work, such as a gamekeeper.

Visit the Centennnial Gun Club today!

Trigger Tip

Thursday, October 4, 2012 by Centennial Gun Club Stories

I was on the range, and it had been awhile…my groups just weren’t tight as I experimented with grip pressure, left and right, to settle in.

Then the range safety officer offered a tip, “did you know that you could release the trigger partially, instead of all the way, and it will tighten your groups?”

Nope. In spite of lot’s of previous training, I’d forgotten that as I tried different handguns this past year looking for the ones I enjoyed most.

Results speak for themselves!

Name: Richard, Denver

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Come and join us for Ladies Night at The Gun Store at Centennial, Tuesdays from 5pm-9pm

Monday, October 1, 2012 by Mary Abramson

What to learn about a new gun you have not had the opportunity to try…we will have different gun demonstrations and instructions; including 10% off the Centennial Gun Club logo apparel (hats, vest, Tees).  Ladies will have free gun rentals and range time where they can participate in the Winchester/NRA Marksmanship Program and earn patches and skill level rockers to wear on a shooting vest.  We will have door prize drawings and some great giveaways.  We will have a guest speaker once a month to talk about current topics of interest.

We would like to hear from you on event or programs you would like offered at ladies night.
So come join us.

While you are in the store ask about our Ladies Night program and the Winchester/NRA Marksmanship Program.

Click Here to Register for Ladies NIght >>

mary.abramson@gunstorecentennial.com

Being New to Shooting and an Indoor Shooting Range

Monday, October 1, 2012 by Terri Thelen

I recently had a conversation with a couple ladies new to the shooting sport that came in to use our indoor shooting range.  As they shared their early experience of wanting to learn how to shoot and not knowing where to begin, I couldn’t help but flashback to when I first started out learning.  I didn’t know much about guns; let alone what to do or how to handle guns safely.  For many women, walking into a gun club or shooting range can be somewhat intimidating.  As the ladies said farewell after showing their targets to me and talking about their progression since their first time on the range, I couldn’t help but think of the pleasant change that Centennial Gun Club offers to women with a supportive and welcome environment as well as knowledgeable Range Safety Officers available to provide assistance and guidance on the indoor range.  So where do you start?  You start by first making the decision to give shooting a try.  It is fun, rewarding, and empowering.

Our shooting range is open!

Thursday, September 6, 2012 by CGC Web Team

The Centennial Gun Club’s shooting range hours of operation are 9 AM until 9 PM on Monday through Saturday, Noon to 6 PM on Sunday. 

Please call 303-662-9900 and ask for the rangemaster to schedule range time.