With a background in studying guns of different sizes, calibers, and eras of history, Frank Melloni turned his passion into a career by founding Renaissance Firearms Instruction. But it's perhaps his appearance on the History Channel's Top Shot that his customers find the most impressive. At Renaissance, along with his fellow instructors, Frank demonstrates proper handling of weaponry in eight classes. Some of these sessions follow NRA course outlines while others were designed by Frank himself, including one on familiarization with historic guns. For time spent outside the classroom, they direct students to several local ranges with which Renaissance Firearms Instruction is affiliated.
Dynamic Firearms Training's instructors offer classroom and live-fire experiences under one roof at a variety of locations.
Once at the range, instructors can supply students with rentals, including everything needed to get the most from your shooting experience. Options include rifles, ammunition, targets, and eye and ear protection.
At a Glance
The NRA-certified instructors at each Dynamic Firearms Training location lead an extensive menu of classes, which educate students of all levels on the proper ways to safely handle firearms. These experts include former military and law-enforcement members. Following instruction and practice, pupils can even enroll in classes to become an NRA instructor themselves. Dynamic Firearms Training also plays host to special events, including bachelor parties.
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Founded in 2006, we have spent the last few years skating fast, hitting hard and traveling to compete against the top leagues around the east coast and beyond. We are proud to call ourselves the Daughters of the American Derby Revolution. Roller derby is real, athletic, and exciting! Come watch a bout and you'll be hooked!
JCC stands for Jewish Community Center, but religion isn't the sole focus at the JCC of Greater New Haven. The center also aims to facilitate fun, whether through summer camps for kids or Zumba classes for adults. Below are four highlights of the center's extensive programming:
The summer camps. While school is out, kids hike miles of trails, create quirky crafts, and learn to swim.
The group exercise classes. These range from core-strengthening Pilates to dance-inspired Zumba classes.
The PJ Libray program. Open to kids ages six months to eight years, this program mails youngsters and their parents a monthly array of age-appropriate Jewish literature and music.
The Arts and Culture festival. This annual celebration highlights Yiddish and Israeli work in fields ranging from literature to classical music.