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posted January 14th, 2010 by geiger

Robert Mazzuca

CZ-USA Corporate Shoot - October 2010

On Friday 10/22 over 80 CZ-USA employees and friends gathered at Camp Geiger to enjoy day out at the range. For the first time ever all ranges were open, so the guests could enjoy safe pistol shooting, rimfire rifle shooting and shotgun shooting. It was a pleasant afternoon warmed by October sun. Our guests burned over 8,000 rounds of ammunition and had a great time.

July 2010 - Chief Scout Bob Mazzuca visits Geiger Shooting Range

Mr. Robert Mazzuca, Chief Scout Executive for the Boy Scouts of America was presented with a commemorative CZ-USA Redhead shotgun at the Camp Geiger Shooting Range ribbon cutting on Friday July 16, 2010 by Alice Poluchova, President of CZ-USA, a sponsor of the new range. The public shooting complex at Camp Geiger is a pilot program for the Boy Scouts of America.

April 2010

Over 40 shooters have decided to spend sunny day on 5-stand and the 100 rounds Sporting Clays Course on April 10. Instructor David Miller was available on site to give pointers to kids and shooters. It was a lovely day at Geiger Shooting Range.

Inaugural Shoot 2009

On November 7th, 2009 Geiger Shooting range welcomed over 80 shooters that matched their skills in top notch Sporting Clay Match.

Groundbreaking 2009

It was a great day for Camp Geiger when the Scout Officials and our Sponsors got together to break the ground in September 2009

New generation of responsible shooters

Teaching safety at Geiger Shooting Range is very important