Winchester Shooting Gallery suffers loss but gears up for recovery
Fort Worth, Texas (November 22, 2016) – Fort Worth based Winchester Shooting Gallery suffered a fire at its 6062 East Lancaster location November 14th, shutting down 10 shooting lanes and two rifle lanes. The location is still going through an assessment with 10 pistol lanes still open for those who wish to reserve practice times and continue with their License to Carry Instruction with their instructor network.
“Although this fire damaged our range, it has not damaged Winchester Shooting Gallery’s commitment to their customers or students. They ask for everyone’s patience while they prepare the opening of the range and dedicated world class service,” said Sergeant Damon Ing, Gun Instructor/Trainer.
“It is always unfortunate when a loss occurs due to fire and thankfully, there was no loss of life. I have reached out to my students to advise them that we are still on schedule for the license to carry instruction,” said Sergeant Ing.
Interview with Sgt Damon on The Amazing Doc Green Show about License to Carry Classes and the Winchester Shooting Range Facility (video):
Upcoming classes and dates: http://license-to-carry-with-sgt-damon-ing.launchrock.com/
“We are proud to be associated with such a fine team at Winchester Shooting Gallery and they are like family. We are thankful for the resource in our community that helps to keep everyone safe and properly educated in regards to firearms and training,” says Larry Keilberg, National Director for SelfDefenseFund.com (a litigation defense membership for gun owners).
For more information on Winchester Shooting Gallery, please visit: http://www.winchestergallery.com/