Celebrating Mom

Mothers Day Email-01

By Dara

Mother’s Day is right around the corner.  Some Mothers enjoy flowers and a cute little spring brunch.  Some Mothers are a little non-traditional like myself.

Yes, women are hard to read because we aren’t always direct.  We expect the men in our lives to read our minds and know us.  Women tends to pay attention to details.  We notice little details about our husband, so we expect the same in return.  However, that is not always case.  So let me help you break down a good Mother’s Day plan.

Gift Cards

How can you ever go wrong with a gift card?  She gets to choose what she wants instead of you guessing what she may need.  Gift cards are also great if she wants to purchase a firearm because you cannot buy that for her.  That would be a straw sale and that is a big no no.  Gun stores will not sell you a firearm if it is a straw sell.

Calibers Super Shooter Card

Not sure if she is ready for a the commitment of a membership, but want to bring her into the indoor shooting range for more than just one visit?  A Super Shooter Card is a great choice for this.  Think of it as a loyalty rewards card.  You come in 4 times and get the 5th one free.  The card is $79.99 for 5 visits vs $20 per daily range fee.  That saves you $20 to spend on some nice flowers or brunch.

A Planned Mother’s Day

  • Brunch / Flowers
  • A day at the indoor range after brunch
  • A visit to a cute little coffee shop after

Questions?  Concerns?  Need advice or ideas?  Leave a comment below.

 

Why I Go To An Indoor Shooting Range

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By Micah C.

My name is Micah and I’m 25 years young living in Albuquerque, NM. I enjoy shooting, but let me tell you why, because it might not be the reason you think. When I shoot, it is not about the power trip that some people get holding a rifle, and it is not about throwing a Bill of Rights while I am open carrying at restaurants. I mean, you are well within your rights to do that, though you might not get your Bill of Rights back, so bring a spare.

I shoot because as I line the front sight into the rear sight and then onto the target, I’m not thinking about that I need to find a real job after I’m out of college this semester. I’m not thinking about the balance of my checking account after I withdraw this month’s rent and groceries. Continue reading “Why I Go To An Indoor Shooting Range”