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September, 2022

Saturday
3
West Shore Sportsmen's Association
9:00 AM
Saturday
3
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Indoor Range is closed from 9am-11am for new member orientation
Sunday
4
West Shore Sportsmen's Association
8:00 AM
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Ranges 2,indoor,4,5,7 and 8 closed
Wednesday
7
West Shore Sportsmen's Association
4:30 PM
Saturday
10
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Ranges 2, 4, 5 and 8 closed
Wednesday
14
West Shore Sportsmen's Association
4:30 PM
Saturday
17
Saturday
17
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Range 1 A

AEDC (Advancing Every Day Carry): If you have taken our EDC (Every Day Carry) course, this is the next step. What an awesome course covering subjects such as critical movement, discretionary target selection, mass crowds, cover and concealment and more!
I believe the word "Advanced" has been given an inappropriate stigma over the years and is often misinterpreted. Bruce Lee explains that Advanced Skills are just the Basics mastered.
Advanced: Far on or ahead in development or progress.
Basic: The essential facts or subjects of a skill.
Many "Advanced" classes paint the image of something out of a John Wick movie with flashy, cool moves and what we like to call "enter-trainment." This is NOT what we are about. We want our students to be able to use these skills to save their own life! Not to look cool on Instagram.
In this class we explain when and why a student should be "Advancing" their skillsets, or moving forward in the development of their EDC. Much like the EDC course, this is about considerations! Where the one day- EDC course focuses very heavily on those skillsets and equipment, the AEDC course delves further into the overall mindset and skills needed in the complex and cognitive aspects of fighting for your life.
Required gear:
What to bring: 600 rounds min of ammunition for your gun or guns of choice. 6 inert dummy rounds. Holster(s), spare magazines (spare magazine holster optional but it will come in handy). If you have a speed loader, I would bring it for your thumb‘s sake. Eye protection and ear protection. If you are the note-taking type, you are welcome to take notes. If you are still deciding on which gun to bring, bring them both. If you open carry at all, now would be the time to put it to the test as well. A camping chair would be a good idea. Dress for the appropriate weather conditions.
Range Fee: A range fee of $50 will be due the day of class to cover the student for both days of the class
Sunday
18
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Range 1 A

AEDC (Advancing Every Day Carry): If you have taken our EDC (Every Day Carry) course, this is the next step. What an awesome course covering subjects such as critical movement, discretionary target selection, mass crowds, cover and concealment and more!
I believe the word "Advanced" has been given an inappropriate stigma over the years and is often misinterpreted. Bruce Lee explains that Advanced Skills are just the Basics mastered.
Advanced: Far on or ahead in development or progress.
Basic: The essential facts or subjects of a skill.
Many "Advanced" classes paint the image of something out of a John Wick movie with flashy, cool moves and what we like to call "enter-trainment." This is NOT what we are about. We want our students to be able to use these skills to save their own life! Not to look cool on Instagram.
In this class we explain when and why a student should be "Advancing" their skillsets, or moving forward in the development of their EDC. Much like the EDC course, this is about considerations! Where the one day- EDC course focuses very heavily on those skillsets and equipment, the AEDC course delves further into the overall mindset and skills needed in the complex and cognitive aspects of fighting for your life.
Required gear:
What to bring: 600 rounds min of ammunition for your gun or guns of choice. 6 inert dummy rounds. Holster(s), spare magazines (spare magazine holster optional but it will come in handy). If you have a speed loader, I would bring it for your thumb‘s sake. Eye protection and ear protection. If you are the note-taking type, you are welcome to take notes. If you are still deciding on which gun to bring, bring them both. If you open carry at all, now would be the time to put it to the test as well. A camping chair would be a good idea. Dress for the appropriate weather conditions.
Range Fee: A range fee of $50 will be due the day of class to cover the student for both days of the class
Wednesday
21
West Shore Sportsmen's Association
4:30 PM
Saturday
24
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This course is designed for the new pistol owner with limited or no expirence or someone with no formal training.
Saturday
24
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Please Let Us Know You Are Coming By Registering. The club will be providing s‘mores, hot dogs and drinks. bring a lawn chair and marsh mellow stick and join us around the fire pit
Tuesday
27
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General Membership Meeting - 1930 in clubhouse
Wednesday
28
West Shore Sportsmen's Association
4:00 PM
Wednesday
28
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Indoor Range is closed from 9am-11am for new member orientation
Wednesday
28
West Shore Sportsmen's Association
7:00 PM