Skagit Shooting Range offers a variety of classes for beginners to advanced shooters. To register, click on a class below, or give us a call at 360-399-7950 to register over the phone. Because class capacities are limited, class fees must be paid at the time of registration to add your name to the roster.
Refund/Cancellation Policy: Classes are nonrefundable. If we receive notification of a cancellation at least 24 hours prior to the class, we will move your reservation to the next available class date.
A firearm consultation is an hour-long, one-on-one session between you and one of our firearms instructors. The session can be tailored to your specific skill set and shooting needs, be it beginner firearm instruction, shopping for a firearm, or even safe firearm education for young adult shooters. This is a great way to introduce someone new to firearms, or, for more experienced shooters, fine tune your skills and improve your shooting ability. Consults include the use of one rental firearm. Additional rentals, ammunition, targets, and eye and ear protection are not provided. Consults are scheduled Monday-Friday, 11 am – 4 pm depending on the availability of our instructors. Call us at 360-399-7950 to schedule an appointment.
By Appointment Only – Call Range to Schedule.
This 8-hour class meets the requirements necessary to apply for a Utah Concealed Carry Permit. The Utah permit, when issued, offers the concealed firearm carrier approximately 30 more states worth of reciprocity. The course is conducted entirely in a classroom format and will cover basic safety, interacting with law enforcement, Federal and State laws, and safe transportation and storage of firearms. Students must have a home-state issued concealed pistol license before applying for their Utah permit, but may take the class while waiting for their home-state permit to arrive. Class fee covers the cost of fingerprinting. It DOES NOT cover the cost for the Utah permit. That is an additional cost that needs to be paid separately.
This 8-hour class covers Washington State Concealed Carry Law including justification of force, rules of arrest, weapons in prohibited areas/circumstances, and more. This class includes both classroom and range time; you will need to bring a firearm and up to 100 rounds of ammunition. Eye and ear protection is available if you do not own your own.
Our Women’s Basic Handgun class is taught by Guns & Lace Training. This combination class of both basic handgun and concealed carry is the perfect class for the beginner shooter looking to begin the process of conceal carry. The class covers safe gun handling, shooting fundamentals, proper mindset for carrying, and explores the use of deadly force. Instructors will discuss what to take into account when purchasing a handgun for personal protection, including size, caliber, price, etc. Conceal carry holsters and purses will be available for practice drawing with inert handguns.
This 5 hour class covers firearm safety and shooting fundamentals. Learn to safely handle and accurately shoot a firearm in a comfortable learning environment. This course covers proper loading of a firearm, stance and grip, sight picture, trigger control, and presenting the firearm on target. You will also learn how to draw and re-holster a firearm, how to clear malfunctions, and how to reload your firearm. All skills are first practiced dry in the classroom before refining them on the range. This is a physically active class; you will be shooting up to 150 rounds and performing multiple repetitions of various drills.
Cost of the class includes the use of a rental firearm, holster, and ammunition. Eye and ear protection are also provided. Students will need a sturdy, 1 ½” belt, close toed shoes, and a high neck shirt that can be tucked in.
Have you taken a basic pistol class and would like to develop your self-defense skills? This class covers refining shooting fundamentals, safely handling a firearm in an active environment, drawing from concealment, engaging targets from cover, one handed shooting, and other skills necessary for effective use of your firearm as a personal protection tool.
As this is an advanced firearms class, you will need to have one of the following: attended all 3 classes in the Friday Night Drills series or hold a USPSA card.
This class covers low-light shooting, positional shooting (seated, kneeling), engaging multiple targets, shooting while moving to cover, and other training geared towards self-defense scenarios you may encounter in life. Students will take the FBI Qualification for a recorded score. The final exercise will be a low-light scenario with both shoot and no-shoot targets. To participate, you will need to have taken Defensive Pistol 1.0.
This class is an excellent opportunity to test your carry gear!
THIS IS A TWO NIGHT CLASS, 5:00-7:00 PM EACH NIGHT.
Basic Reloading Class focusing on straight wall pistol cartridges in 9mm, 40S&W, and 45ACP. Introduction of terms and definitions, presentation of basic concepts and theory of straight wall pistol cartridge including de-capping, sizing, powder drop, powder measurement, bullet plating, seating, crimp and maximum chamber length. We will be using a single stage press and will discuss functions and features of multi-stage presses.
This shotgun specific home defense course will take you through the selection of a shotgun and ammunition suited to your needs, as well as teach you the basics of handling a shotgun and the legal use of force.
You will learn how to load, unload, and reload a shotgun, practicing with dummy rounds as well as firing live ammunition. Basic fundamental drills will be covered including aimed shoulder fire and barricade shooting. Accessories such as arm braces and mounted lights will also be discussed, along with less lethal options.
Class is 5 hours long with a short break for lunch. Children 16+ are allowed to participate, so long as they are accompanied by a parent or legal guardian also taking the class.