With a careful eye and a steady hand, one can accomplish amazing things—removing a wrenched ankle in Operation, fast-forwarding your DVR to the exact moment when 30 Rock comes back on, and successfully shattering unidentified flying clay objects with a single shot. Put your bionic binocular eye and statuesque composure to the test with today's deal: for $67, you get up to an hour of skeet shooting at The Tennessee Clay Target Complex after a lesson from the Terry Hetrick Shooting School, equipment included. The total value of this Groupon is up to $139 ($95 for the lesson, and up to $44 for ammo and targets, gun and safety equipment provided free of charge).
Under the expert guidance of decorated marksman and school namesake, Terry Hetrick, you'll quickly advance to skeet-shooting levels far beyond anything you achieved in that third sub-game of Duck Hunt, whose mocking dog laughter haunts you still. Terry is a National Skeet Shooting Association–certified instructor. He's won numerous awards and accolades including being crowned Tennessee State Champ eight times, and has made it into multiple all-American teams and halls of fame. Under his wing, improvement is imminent and safety is guaranteed.
After 60 minutes of practice and supervision with Terry, you'll be ready to shout "Pull!" and shoot for realsies. Whether beginner or pro, man or woman, human being or sentient cloud of gas, enthusiasts of all walks are welcome to put their trigger fingers to the fun-filled test as they make targets go boom. Use today's Groupon to sharpen your aim for the upcoming co-ed paintball season or to finally validate years of grueling practice at crossbow camp.
Terry Hetrick Shooting School
Four years after he first stepped onto a skeet field, Terry Hetrick joined the All American Team and All State Team at age 17. Two years later he won the Pennsylvania State High Over All championship, one of many state, regional, national, and world titles he’d collect before being inducted into the Pennsylvania Skeet Shooting Hall of Fame in 1996.
Though he continued amassing accolades after relocating to Nashville in 2000 – including eight Tennessee state championships and another hall of fame induction – he decide to chase his lifelong dream of teaching. At Terry Hetrick Shooting School, he’s mentored national and world champions alongside celebs such as Nicole Kidman, who learned how to shoot looks that melt hearts. Along with future champs and famous faces, Terry works with all levels of shooters to impart shotgun and clay target fundamentals, instill safe gun-handling technique, and help his students dispose of of bad habits.