Hey guys, I just wanted to say a few things about what the club is all about. A few of us got the idea to turn this into a club after we had our first successful meet and shoot. The TGFSC is a group of like minded for the most part individuals who enjoy getting together, having a good time, shooting, and talking. Our goals and mission consists of:
Helping to keep the sport of shooting alive.
As everyone is well aware of, Big Brother is slowly trying to take our second amendment rights away. There is power to be heard, and that is by getting out and shooting and supporting your local ranges and the NRA.
Teaching the future generations about our sport.
As the years have progressed, shooting sports have become less common place among folk. Now days, kids only see guns and shooting in video games. Why not teach them the virtues and sportsmanship of actually learning to shoot?
Everyone here LOVES shooting. That is why we are on an online forum, to talk about it. Well, talking about it over the computer is one thing, but getting out of the house and enjoying shooting TOGETHER is a whole different and even more fun thing.
For anyone new to the sport of shooting, they of course do not know the basic rules of safety, and that is why we are here, is to teach them. The club is open to anybody wishing to join, and take part in, the sport of shooting with this group. With our combined knowledge, we all have the experience and know how to teach new shooters the basics of safety and marksmanship.
To be heard.
The bigger we get, the more people will hear us. We are not only being seen and heard, and drawing attention to the forum, we are also standing up for our second amendment rights as Americans, so that we may continue to enjoy our great sport.
Again, I want to thank everyone who helps make this possible. Without you guys, the active shooters and forum members, we would not have been able to come as far as we have, and still continue to grow. I want to welcome everyone to TGFSC, old members and new joining members alike. Remember, shoot safe, and importantly, HAVE FUN!