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Finally it’s that time!

Starting this Monday at 12 o’clock – the 8th of March – the inscriptions of our Shooting Days will open. We have noticed that the demand is enormous, so make sure that you’re sitting behind your desk at 12 o’clock sharp.

What can you expect?

The Shooting Days are your one-time opportunity to get a true insight in what it is like to shoot guns. We’re not talking about 9 mm pistols, we go straight for the big stuff. Expect AK47’s Kalasjnikov’s and the Heckler&Koch HK41 – the weapon of choice of some of the most elite Special Operation Forces in the world.

Not what you had in mind? How about the Remington 870? With this riotgun, you better make sure you’re standing steadily or it might blow you off your feet!

More fan of the more historical weapons? We have a German Antitankgewehr, an M1 and the famous Luger in our weapons store as well!

Sounds good?

It sounds amazing, but how can I participate?

Well, that’s the catch! We get tons of questions from a lot of different people, so first of all, you’re going to need to be very fast and make sure you’re ready behind your desk at 12 o’clock sharp!

If you’re ready, check out our Shooting Day Event page. There you find all the information regarding inscription. We have five waves of twenty people available per day, with starting times between 8h00 and 17h00. All our waves will be coached by an expert team of Shooting Instructors, so that you get the best possible experience.

Okay, sounds easy! Anything else?

Well, you only have to make sure you meet the prerequisites of the Shooting Days. What are those you ask?

  • Make sure you are 18 years or older.
  • Make sure you can get a hold of a blank copy of your criminal record. Without this, you won’t be allowed to participate.
  • Make sure you haven’t been shooting in the last 365 days, although we don’t expect that will be a problem with the current lockdown.

Talking about COVID, will the event go through?

Well, we can never be 100% sure of course. But – since lasts press conference was quite positive – we expect it to go through as planned. Shooting is considered as an indoor sport, once these can go through, we can be entirely sure!

That’s all folks!

We wish you the best of luck in securing a place for our Shooting Days! All our profits will go to the Belgian Multiple Sclerose Leagues, so you’re supporting a good cause as well! See you in May!

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