Grand Opening For Tennessee’s New Shooting Park Dead Zero Set For Nov. 18

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

The much anticipated Dead Zero Shooting Park, at 1195 TN-111 in Spencer, Tn., officially opens on Nov. 18, with a grand opening celebration.

Officials said, "The event will include free hourly gun giveaways, a Machine Gun Shoot, and Carnival Style Shooting Games with the opportunity to win big prizes. Expect deep discounts on guns, ammo, and accessories in their 1,500 square foot Pro Shop.

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The Shooting Bays and Clays Courses will be available for customer use. There will be food available as well as two free bounce houses for the kids. The celebration will run from 9 a.m.–5 p.m. CST.

Justin Whaley, owner of Dead Zero Shooting, said, "The Grand Opening event will be a memorable experience, with activities for multiple shooting disciplines and will be an opportunity for the community to have a fun outing with their family and friends."

The multi-million dollar park boasts world class shooting facilities, which include two 15 station sporting clay courses, a combination skeet/trap field, five stand, wobble trap, eight rifle/pistol bays consisting of 118 lanes from 10-50 yards, and 3D archery. A 1,000 yard electronic target range, the first of its kind in the country, is set for completion in Spring 2018.

The Dead Zero Shooting Park is open to the public and everyone is welcome to attend the grand opening festivities.

More information can be found at www.deadzeroshooting.com, the Dead Zero Shooting Facebook page, or by phone at 423 800-7758.



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