Practices along with smaller much more controlled matches will continue with stricter COVID procedures (no more than 50 people in the building at anytime, masks and social distancing, Athletes may remove the mask while on the line)
While the Ole Mill Range is open and operating, we are utilizing the sign in sheet process for open practice reservations (see link below).
Holiday Inn Express Suites: 1361 N Expressway Griffin, GA 30223 T: 678-408-6693
Guests can call and reference the Ole Mill Range to get the reduced rate
You are cordially invited to attend this amazing Should I Shoot? Decision Making 101 Workshop...Tuesday, July 20th, from 6pm to 8pm
If YOU are a NEW gun owner and want to learn the laws of Georgia or just want some answers in regards self-defense, this is a MUST-attend workshop!
Our event is being hosted by Ole Mill Range Complex, 129 N Searcy Ave, Griffin, GA . We will feature experienced attorneys, law enforcement, and other firearms professionals who cover a wide-range of topics such as the Castle Doctrine, the justified use of deadly force, where you can legally carry, what to expect when law enforcement arrives, and much more. Every event has dedicated question-and-answer segments to ensure all attendees are able to get the information they want to know from a credible source they can trust. Bring your children, all are welcome- this is an educational evening that will not disappoint!
All attendees will receive the U.S. Law Shield publication (When Can I Legally Shoot? Knowing The Law Of Deadly Force,) a $19.95 value, FREE for registrants. This publication explains the ins-and-outs of the law of the deadly force in plain language, helping you understand when you are legally allowed to pull the trigger.
Why attend an event?
1. Ignorance of the law is not a legal excuse!
2. The legal system can be very hostile toward gun owners.
3. Responsible gun owners get thrown into the legal system every single day.
The OMRC uses the Orion Scoring System. Check this link for scores to any event we host!
Membership with USA Shooting has its privileges!
Ole Mill Range Complex; Georgia Competitive Shooters; Spalding County 4-H Shooting Sports Membership Registration Forms
Georgia State BB Gun Rankings and All-State Awards presented by GeorgiaCarry.Org
We help communities and organizations raise funds to support their high school, college, and other youth shooting teams and activities. You can help make an impact by donating to the team of your choice and we make sure 100% of your donation goes to that youth shooting team. Donate here to our own Georgia Competitive Shooters
The NRA has been actively involved in promoting the shooting sports to youth since 1903. We wish to ensure the future of the shooting sports by providing proper tools and resources to America's young people. Help instill firearm safety and introduce shooting sports to the next generation of gun owners.
The Ole Mill Range Complex, a 52-Position 10-meter (10 m) airgun range, provides opportunities for young athletes to compete and prepare for national level competition, collegiate scholarships and Olympic aspirations. Construction of 14 positions for dual use in air rifle and 50 foot smallbore as well as the 10 individual (50 m) lanes has brought the facility into only a handful of such facilities in the entire nation. We also have 6 air pistol firing points with target retrieval and carriers. The 10 m range conforms to International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF) specifications for target height and distance, and features individual target lighting that conforms to ISSF specifications for range illumination. The range facility operates with similar safety rules and procedures as other competition firearms ranges.
All rifles and air pistols are required to be cased and uncased at the firing-line only.