Mark Vanderwiele shoots exploding targets in Gander Mountain Academy's 180-degree simulator. Gander Mountain is lowering its prices on use of live and virtual ranges, and offering a membership to customers that will lower the costs of their range time, training, etc., throughout the year. (June 18, 2014.)
Mark Vanderwiele shoots exploding targets in Gander Mountain Academy's 180-degree simulator. Gander Mountain is lowering its prices on use of live and virtual ranges, and offering a membership to customers that will lower the costs of their range time, training, etc., throughout the year. (June 18, 2014.) The Wichita Eagle
Mark Vanderwiele shoots exploding targets in Gander Mountain Academy's 180-degree simulator. Gander Mountain is lowering its prices on use of live and virtual ranges, and offering a membership to customers that will lower the costs of their range time, training, etc., throughout the year. (June 18, 2014.) The Wichita Eagle

Gander Mountain to offer discounts on firearms training

June 18, 2014 6:06 PM

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