The Adaptive Shooting Sports Program was created for people who have experienced spinal cord injury/disorder, amputee/limb-loss, and mobility impairments, providing the opportunity to enjoy the shooting sports. Participants will have one-on-one instruction from qualified instructors and coaches, and learn firearm safety, self-defense, and marksmanship. Using adaptive equipment and techniques, every participant can shoot an assortment of firearms, regardless of their physical limitations. The focus is not on any disability, but the abilities of those challenged athletes.
AVGC is committed to serving the disabled community through Adaptive Shooting Clinics and Classes. Check the AVGC calendar for future events.
Check out this really cool video courtesy of Zack Collie, a participant in the Adaptive Shooting Program. His time on the range begins at the 2:06 time stamp: