Staccato 2011® Experience at Green Top Hunt Fish, Ashland, VA
June 26 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
GreenGreen10150 Lakeridge Pkwy, Ashland, VA 23005ecvGreen Top Sporting Goods and Staccato are proud to announce the Staccato Freedom Experience, held June 26th from 9am to 5pm. The Staccato Freedom Experience will be a great 1-day event where customers have the opportunity to get up close and personal with the Staccato 2011 platform. This means you will not only be able to hold all the Staccato 2011’s, but you will also get to shoot them too! Customers will also have the opportunity to meet and greet Professional Shooters and Staccato Experts Heather Miller and Todd Jarrett.
Green Top Sporting Goods grew from a small, green-roofed gas station and fireworks stand in 1947, to a 12,500 square foot location on Route 1, and now to a 67,000 square foot location on Lakeridge Parkway in Ashland, Virginia. Green Top’s good name spread over the years, and they are now Virginia’s hunting, fishing, and firearms headquarters staffed with friendly, knowledgeable pros. Green Top Shooting Range offers a climate-controlled indoor shooting range that includes 3 shooting bays, each composed of 8 lanes. Every member of the Green Top Shooting Range’s staff is a knowledgeable, competent shooter. Every Instructor is an NRA-Certified Instructor and NRA-Certified Range Safety Officer.
Green Top Shooting Range is equipped with a fully automated target retrieval system, high-efficiency air filtration system, and ballistic glass shooting stalls. Each shooting lane is equipped for casual shooting and tactical shooting training and practice with handguns, rifles, and shotguns. The target retrieval systems are quick, accurate, and easy to operate. The illumination can be varied between blue light, low light and no light. The air filtration system is state-of-the-art. Dust, dirt, smoke, pollen, odors, bacteria, mold, and many other contaminants are constantly filtered from the air inside the shooting bays. The HEPA filters in the final stage recycle every cubic inch of air every 90 seconds.
Lane dividers of bullet-resistant glass create a private environment that allows shooters to feel comfortable and reduces distractions. Sound absorbing surfaces reduce fatigue and facilitate Student-Instructor interaction.