Range Days

2017 Range Days

This year join Ladies Of Lead's Sharon Preston in some fun and exciting events for our range days. This year we will be introducing you to the fun shooting sports of International Defensive Pistol Association aka IDPA, United States Practical Shooting Association aka USPSA, Speed Steel and 3Gun. We can train for these sports on our Laser Shot prior to actually going to the live fire range days to ensure you understand what is expected for these fun yet practical range days. These range days will be at Central Oregon Shooting Sports Association aka COSSA Park east of Bend on HWY 20. 

Call Sharon Preston for more information on what to bring and for links for safety quizzes you must take beforehand.

Click on Learn More to take you to COSSA Park website and then under Disciplines, click on COSSA Practical Shooters aka CPS.  

USPSA will be on the 1st Saturday of each month all year long

IDPA will be on the 2nd Saturday of each month all year long

3Gun will be on the 3rd Saturdays of each month from March - October

Speed Steel will be on the 4th Saturday March - October

Below are the dates that Sharon Preston will be there to assist you. Please register/pay and choose the date you wish to attend with Sharon Preston as your Instructor to help walk you through the process. 

Range Days $25.00 

You must complete and pass a safety class given by Sharon Preston prior to coming to a Range Day. If you're new to firearms we strongly recommend you first take Handgun 101. Bring your own firearms and 100-150 rounds of ammo, ear protection, eye protection, holsters (no retention/serpa holsters)baseball hat and a loose fitting vest to simulate drawing from concealment for the IDPA classes. You must be able to legally purchase firearms and not have any felonies, domestic misdemeanors or dishonorable discharge from military. We reserve the right to turn down anyone we deem unsafe for this class or has demonstrated behavior deemed unsuitable for our strict safety protocols. 

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Must have completed and passed a handgun safety course with Sharon Preston before participating in range days. We strongly recommend you take the Handgun 101 course prior to taking these range days.

The focus of this class is using a handgun for self defense. 

What you will need to bring to class for Range Day. Indoor range is very comfortable. Light jacket in the Winter. 

  • Note pad, and pen/pencil (classroom and range day)
  • Rain gear / cold weather gear (seasonal) 
  • Ear protection (electronic preferred) 
  • Eye protection, which wraps around 
  • Water Bottle 
  • Gloves (optional) 
  • Insect Repellent (optional)
  • Hat or cap with a bill (to protect your eyes from flying brass) .
  • Dress comfortable for indoors and outdoors wear layered clothes during winter months. 
  • Sturdy outdoor type shoes/boots for gravel, grass, and country living. Sandals, flip flops, and open toe shoes are probably not an ideal choice. 
  • Dress for Oregon weather
  • An open mind


Restrictions: Ladies of Lead Group Therapy, LLC reserves the right to limit enrollment to our courses for any reason. If you have been convicted of any felony, or any crime which prohibits you from purchasing, owning or possessing a firearm and/or found mentally ill which prohibits you from legally purchasing, owning or possessing a firearm then you are unable to attend this course.We reserve the right to turn down anyone we deem unsafe for this class or has demonstrated behavior deemed unsuitable for our strict safety protocols. 

ATTENTION: Oregon law prohibits the issuance of a concealed handgun license to anyone with a felony conviction, a misdemeanor conviction within the last four years, anyone on pretrial release, or anyone subject to a Family Abuse Prevention Act Restraining Order or Stalking order, anyone required to register as a sex offender in any state, anyone that has received a dishonorable discharge from the Armed Forces of the United States and anyone convicted of an offense involving controlled substances (except as provided in ORS 166.291(1)(L)). Oregon and Federal laws also prohibit a person from owning or possessing a gun if the person had a felony conviction that was reduced to a misdemeanor after completion of probation, any convictions of misdemeanor crimes of domestic violence, or is subject to a court protective order that was issued after a hearing in which the person had an opportunity to participate and restrains the person from harassing, stalking, or threatening an intimate partner or the child of such intimate partner. 

Oregon law allows for the denial of a concealed handgun license if you have a history that shows an inclination toward confrontation with others, including neighbors, family members, etc. You may also be denied a concealed handgun license if you have a history of conflict with law enforcement officers, offenses with firearms, documented problems involving alcohol and/or drug abuse. If any of these conditions apply to you and you nonetheless feel you are eligible for a license, return to this office appropriate documentation, dates and explanation of circumstances including 

Search here for the handgun laws in your state by clicking on the link USA Handgun Laws below.