Professional Competition Shooter Gabby Franco to Teach Life- and Shooting-Skills Courses
Miami, Fla. – Professional competition shooter Gabby Franco will teach her popular seminar “NoWeaknessAllowed, on Fri., March 27, at First Christian Church in Yuma, Ariz., from 6 to 8 p.m. The program focuses on mental preparation techniques and training exercises that will be valuable to competition shooters and non-shooters alike. Learn how to overcome inner fears and build a strong mindset, on and off the range.
Franco, a former Olympic Pistol competitor in Venezuela, now is a firearms instructor and active competitor in the United States Practical Shooting Association. She competed in Top Shot Season 4, as well as the All Stars Contest. She is an NRA Certified Pistol and NRA Refuse to Be a Victim instructor. She is sponsored by Remington Arms, Blade-Tech, US Optics, Bobro Mounts, Barnes, Bushmaster and Mixon Targets.
Entry fee is $35 per person. Franco will donate a portion of her proceeds to the Yuma Young Guns. The First Christian Church is located at 3261 South Avenue 6 East, Yuma, Ariz.
On Sat., March 28, Franco will hold two classes for women only. The first is a four-hour Precision Shooting class from 8 a.m. to noon, and the second is an Introduction to Competitive Shooting from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Cost is $175 per class. On Sun., March 29, Franco turns her attention to a men’s class that will run for six hours, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., and focuses on Precision Shooting and Introduction to Competitive Shooting. Cost is $225.
Classes will be held at Adair Ranges, Inc., located approximately 15miles northeast of Yuma on Hwy 95 (16th St.). Turn off about 3/4 mile past Gila River Bridge to the west.
Learn more about Gabby Franco at http://www.gabbyfranco.com/index.html.
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