Shooting with advanced class tactical and competitive participants is a boat load of fun. One of the things I love about it is the fact that it is definitely challenging because of the way it habitually nudges your training past the point of failure to a place where real growth happens.
It really is great for personal growth. And embracing our firearms heritage is something I think every Canadian should have a chance to do. So while we're pushing the edge and enjoying the benefits shooting has to offer us, I think it is equally important that we also go out of our way to give back to our communities.
Over the last couple of years, I've been spending more time recruiting new shooters into the sport. I'm not talking about a formal marketing plan here. It's as simple as sponsoring a friend to spend a no-cost afternoon trying out different types of guns. A smattering, so to speak, of the different variations available in our sport.
And one of the questions that inevitably arises from guests who think that they want to take that next step is 'how do I go about getting my license?".
Spent the Labor day holiday Monday with some good friends.
Hope you enjoy the video as much as we enjoyed the day.