Come out to the Range for a great evening of fun with your date. Wednesday nights from 4pm-7pm couples shoot for $23.00, which includes lane rental and a complimentary firearm rental.Members receive free admission and a free firearm rental!(Ammunition, targets, and eye & ear protection are not included)
This is a great opportunity for women who are either new or experienced with firearms to enjoy a relaxing and social event. Ladies night includes: Use of the range, handgun rentals, event targets, snacks and instructor time. Once all shooting has ended, ladies are welcome to relax and enjoy the lounge and socialize with beverages and appetizers.Guests can choose to bring their own firearm or use one of our selected rentals. Rental fees are included. If you do not have ammunition, we will provide 15 rounds of ammunition as part of the event and additional smaller packaged ammunition packs will be available for purchase. However, all ammunition for rental firearms must be purchased from the Range.Members to get your 10% off please visit the store or call to register.
The GSSF League Match is a series of three matches conducted over a 3-month period. Participants must be current GSSF members and compete in two of the three matches at Skagit Shooting Range to qualify for plaques and prizes. If you are not currently a member, you may join on-line at www.gssfonline.com. Competitors may shoot ANY GLOCK pistol. Course of fire is 50 rounds from low ready for Stock Gun and/or Open Gun. Heats are run on the half hour and hour from 4 to 6:30pm. Choose to shoot on Thursday or Saturday each month.
Come in and practice your marksmanship skills. Our courses are a challenging mix of PPC (Police Pistol Combat) and IPSC (International Practical Shooters Confederation) style courses of fire, mixing speed and accuracy; making you an overall faster and more accurate pistol marksman regardless of specific discipline. For our courses you will need at least 20rds per run as well as a holster to draw from and two magazines. Shooters must be able to demonstrate a basic understanding of firearm safety and usage. Safety rules must be followed to participate in the event. Heats are run at the half hour and hour from 4 to 6:30pm.
$15 for Nonmember $10 for Member
Come in and practice your marksmanship skills with the rewarding sound of Steel. Our Steel Challenge Course is great for building your shooting skills in both speed and accuracy. For our Steel Challenge you will need at least 25 rds of Frangible Ammo (purchased from the range) per stage and at least two magazines preferably five magazines. Shooters must be able to demonstrate a basic understanding of firearm safety and usage. Safety rules must be followed to participate in the event. Heats are run at the half hour and hour from 4 to 6:30pm.
Skagit County Long Rifle & Pistol League is a Bullseye League held every Wednesday from 2:30- 4pm. Course of fire includes: 2- 10 Shot Slow Fire, 4 Strings Timed Fire- Each String, 5 Shots 20 seconds and 4 Strings Rapid Fire- Each String, 5 Shots 10 seconds. Categories include 2 Handed, 1 Handed or Short Rifle. 50 Rounds of Ammo is needed for each Category. Match heats are run on the half hour and hour from 2:30 - 3:30pm.
Hot Shots is a weekly Pistol League, similar to a Glock Match but you can use any manufacturer’s firearm! Whatever your favorite handgun is, it is welcome to be used! Two classes will be held each match; one for Stock and one for Unlimited. 50 rounds will be needed for each class.The Course of Fire will change each match to spice things up! Match heats are run on the half hour and hour between 4 and 6:30pm.
$15 for Nonmember $10 for Member
Well Armed Woman
Must be a member of The Well Armed Woman Skagit Valley Chapter ($50 annually). Meets every 3rd Sunday of the month from 3:00 – 5:00pm. Thirty minutes of classroom time with varying subjects of instruction and then the rest range time.
$10 for Nonmember Free for Member
Skagit Shooting Range is thrilled to announce that we have been named as an official local qualifying range for American Marksman, a new nationwide target shooting competition for amateurs being produced by the Outdoor Sportsman Group, owners of the Outdoor Channel and Sportsman Channel television networks.
The local qualifying level is the first step in a three-tiered national tour where amateur shooters will attempt to advance to one of nine regional championships and, ultimately, a national championship where the winner will take home $50,000! Along the way, cameras will be rolling to capture footage to produce a television show about the competition and competitors as they attempt to advance.
The local qualifying level is made up of a fun course of fire consisting of .22 caliber rim fire guns and ammo. And the best part is, it’s only $20 to try and qualify! For more information or to get registered, please visit www.AmMarksman.com.