SOCIAL CIRCLE – There is help for individuals in Georgia who have little to no experience operating a firearm or bow. “Give It a Shot” classes focus on those with little to no experience in operating a firearm or archery equipment, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division.

“Give It A Shot” classes are open to men and women age 12 years old and up, and upon completion, participants will understand, and can demonstrate how to safely handle, operate, maintain and store a firearm or bow. Registration is required and space is limited for all classes.

Attendees will use only firearms or bows provided by WRD (participants will not need or be able to use personal firearms at any scheduled event).

For more information about the “Give It A Shot” program or to see a listing of currently scheduled events, visit georgiawildlife.com/give-it-a-shot.

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