By Lars Dalseide | October 24 2013 11:05

Special discounts for female shooters on Thursday nights at the NRA Headquarters Range

Natalie Foster, co-founder of Girls Guide to Guns and NRANews Commentator, fires at the NRA Headquarters Range

Fairfax, Virginia - Who doesn't like a Ladies' Night?

You see them at bars, clubs, restaurants ... just about anywhere you can imagine. Now you can see them at the NRA Headquarters Range.

"We are offering all ladies of all ages discounted range fees and free range cards to the range," said Michael Johns, general manager at the NRA Range. "

Offering fifteen firing lanes that reach as far as 50 yards, the NRA Range's unique backstop and sound baffling systems allows customers to shoot pistol calibers up to .500 S&W and rifle calibers up to .460 Weatherby Magnum. And it's open to members and non-NRA members alike.

"There are a number of events held at the range every week," explained Johns. "IPSC, Cowboy Action, a competitive shooting league, as well as all sorts of classes. Ladies' Nights is just another way to welcome more shooters into the sport."

The NRA Range is located at 11250 Waples Mill Road in Fairfax, Virginia. Open every day but Tuesday, you can pick up everything from ammo to targets to safety glasses and ear muffs at the range store.

So if you're looking to avoid another hapless NFL Thursday Night Football offering or a rerun of The Voice, then head on our to the NRA Range tonight. Take advantage of Ladies' Night. After a few pulls of the trigger ... you'll be hooked.

A few female shooter stop and smile at the NRA Headquarters Range in Northern Virginia


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