by NRA Staff - Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Aimpoint’s Sportsman Shooting Center (SSC)—the United States’ first indoor hunting shooting center—opened Sept. 21, 2013 at Grapevine, Texas. SSC provides the opportunity for shooters to practice on dynamic hunting scenarios inside an air-conditioned, live-fire cinema range using their own rifles and ammunition. The center includes a 100-yard sighting tunnel and an interactive simulator. Patrons are also offered the option of renting Blaser R8 rifles, and Norma ammunition is available for purchase in all major hunting calibers. Aimpoint sights will be offered as well. For more, visit SportsmanShootingCenter.com.
Sportsman Shooting Center offers Aimpoint sights for purchase as well as ammunition and SSC apparel.
Sportsman Shooting Center, America’s first indoor hunting shooting center, opened to the public September 21st in Grapevine, Texas.
The USA’s first live-fire cinema range provides shooters the chance to practice realistic hunting scenarios, which are projected on a 12’ x 30’ screen with computerized scoring. Shooters may use their own rifle and live ammunition.
The interactive training simulator allows an instructor to actively monitor and refine a shooter’s form for greater accuracy using a non-firing replica firearm fitted with an eye-safe laser emitter.
Shooters are situated safely and comfortably in a three-sided half-log station with plenty of space for ammunition and accessories. The stations also feature a bench for those looking for ultimate stability.
A 100 yard, underground sighting tunnel with electronic scoring allows customers to zero their rifles and optics before heading to the cinema range.
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