Cabela’s To Host 2nd Amendment Classic And NRA Weekend

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Cabela’s will host its annual Second Amendment Classic and NRA Weekend Saturday, Feb. 11, and Sunday, Feb. 12. The Cabela’s Ft Oglethorpe store will offer exciting giveaways, activities, free workshops, discounts and in-store demonstrations focused on shooting, personal protection and gun safety throughout the weekend.

Giveaways will include a Liberty HD200 Gun Vault, a Gun Tote’n Mamas Concealed Carry Purse, gift cards and more. In addition, Cabela’s is partnering with the National Rifle Association and all new and current NRA members who join or renew their membership on-site during the NRA Weekend event, will receive a $25 Cabela’s gift card. NRA instructors, experts and Cabela’s Prostaffers, including Georgia Gun Girl - Amy Ray, will be giving tips, providing demos, instructing workshops and answering questions.

The free activities and demos featured during the Second Amendment Classic and NRA Weekend will include:

-? “Shoot Like a Girl” shooting simulator that allows attendees the chance to safely shoot a pistol, rifle and compound bow in a controlled military grade firearms simulator & range.

-? BB Gun and S.A.F.E. Archery Range for youth to practice shooting a gun & bow. ? Reloading workshop for those interested in recycling and reloading their own ammo.

-? “Armed and Fabulous” shooting, self-defense and gun safety workshop for women.

-? “New Shooter” class that covers the basics of firearms, ammo, storage and gun safety

-? “Basic Handgun” and ‘Basic Pistol” courses that will cover action types, magazines, optics, accessories, selection, fitting, concealed-carry options, gun safety and more. ?

- ‘Stay Legal” gun law seminar from U.S Law Shield that will cover gun laws the area, featuring Q&A with a Georgia attorney.

Visit or Cabela’s Ft Oglethorpe store at 350 Cobb Parkway, Fort Oglethorpe, or call 706-956-2800 for a full schedule of Cabela’s Second Amendment Classic and NRA Weekend events, or for more information.

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