Instructors teach classes at Trail Glades Shooting Range?an outdoor, tactical range?and hold concealed-weapon-certificate classes at the University Park facility.
Miami Shooters Club rents rifles and pistols.
There's no question as to whether one of Miami Shooting Club's students hits his or her target. The results are audible, since the NRA-certified instructors use steel targets during their pistol and rifle courses. Small class sizes also set Miami Shooters Club apart. Typically, there's an instructor for every three students, which allows shooters to master more advanced techniques including rapid fire and firing while kneeling.
Florida Gun Center is a safe and secure space where advanced and novice visitors hone their marksmanship skills. For the latter group, staff experts teach gun-handling fundamentals and firearm safety during an array courses. Once range and class sessions wrap up, visitors browse the firearms and accessories in the center's store, which keeps a variety of pistols for law enforcement in stock.
Frank Abay is a busy man. Along with a security school and a private-investigation company, the licensed instructor now owns Miami Guns Inc. There, his guests can buy and sell firearms or practice their aim at the eight-lane, 25-yard indoor range. Visitors seeking more guided instruction can earn licenses by completing D and G classes. Miami Guns Inc. also hosts low-light pistol and self-defense-tactics courses, which include 100 rounds of ammo, range time, a certificate of completion, and a T-shirt.
Captain Wayne Conn draws on expertise garnered through tournament fishing and a native’s knowledge of South Florida’s waters when taking groups out for deep-sea charter fishing. Captains Chris Neiderman, Ryan Omsted, and Chris Temmel round out The Reward Fleet crew, which together boasts more than a century of experience.
Up to 50 passengers can climb aboard The Another Reward, a 70-foot angling boat equipped with electronics to locate fish, a galley, and a salon with eight dinettes inside. Three times a day, she sets sail on public charter-fishing trips so guests can scan ocean waves for fish such as tuna, kingfish, bonito, sailfish, snapper, and grouper. During these trips, guests will be provided with all the necessary equipment and bait. The crew also specializes in corporate charters, bachelor parties, and long-range trips.
From morning through evening, passengers motor to three main and six remaining sightseeing hotspots on Water Taxi Miami?s aquatic coaches. Watercrafts ferry riders to and from ports such as Miami Beach Marina?from which they can access South of Fifth shopping and dining.
With population density on the rise for many parts of the world, the experts at Disaster Preparedness Boot Camp believe that every community should have a leader should the unexpected come to pass. With this in mind, they organize three-day workshops and oversee activities, helping their students absorb useful skills for realistically preparing themselves for natural disasters. During the day, they run demonstrations in water sourcing, self defense, and operating a basic hand radio, after which participants gather for low-key moonlight socials.