G2G PRACTICAL SHOOTERS
G2G Practical Shooters is a member of The United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA). There are over 440 affiliated clubs and USPSA is the largest practical shooting organization in the U.S. While many shooting sports primarily focus on accuracy in a static environment, USPSA adds the dynamic of practical and defensive shooting skills.
Our members vary in age from 20's to 80's. Our members skill level varies from just entering the sport up to master class shooters. We welcome new shooters to the club and strive to make them feel welcome. We only ask that all competitors be safe and have prior experience using many styles of pistols or a pistol caliber carbine.
Necessary equipment to get started in USPSA is minimal…. a pistol (or pistol caliber carbine) chambered in 9mm or larger, at least 2 magazines, and a holster. If you're just starting out, don't worry about what division a particular pistol is in; just bring the one you're most comfortable shooting. Revolvers are welcome as well.
G2G Practical Shooters meets on the first and third Tuesdays of every month between 6:30P to 9P.
2nd and 4th Tuesday Monthly at G2G; 6:30p - 9p.
THE NIGHT HAWKS
A Shooting Club for men and women age 50 and up that operates on the basis of personal defense principles. This club is more focused on accuracy and technique as opposed to speed. This club feels that if one develops accuracy and technique the speed will soon follow. Eligible firearms for these shoots are semi-automatic or revolver and any caliber between .22 to .45ACP. You ultimately will need a holster and additional magazines. The fee for the event is only $16. The mentor is Tom Croissant who has 20+ years of competition shooting experience. Tom is also a U.S. Navy Veteran.
2nd and 4th Monday monthly at G2G;
5p - 7p
LUTHERAN GLOCK FLOCK
Monthly at G2G on the 2nd Saturday; 11am—till done
Primarily a Lutheran group of like-minded Second Amendment supporters who enjoy getting together for practice, fun, food & fellowship in a safe enjoyable environment to improve shooting skills.
All church affiliations are encouraged to join us.
All skill levels welcome!
An LTC is not required to join this group.
You do not need to be a Lutheran
You do not need to own a Glock
FORT BEND COUNTY SHOOTING GROUP
Individuals interested in routine pistol shooting in a friendly organized, semi-competitive way. The shooting activities are organized to enhance safety and skills using several fun activities and types of targets. All people are invited, all experience levels, men and women, and all ages.
first four Mondays of each month from 11-1P.
The second and fourth Mondays will be semi-competitive events and the other Mondays will be open shoots.
One additional meeting will be on the third Saturday of every month from 11-2P.