Last Tuesday, news crews from WRAL and CBS 17 visited Triangle Shooting Academy to learn more about our new program called Women of Triangle Shooting Academy. WTSA helps participants develop their shooting skills and gain confidence using firearms while in a safe and welcoming environment.
The WTSA program offers Fundamentals, Intermediate and Advanced-level drills that are led by experienced, certified instructors. Attendees learn a variety of proper shooting techniques, including safe firearm handling, grip, stance, sight alignment, trigger control, breath control and follow-through. WTSA sessions are open to the public and all skill levels are encouraged to participate.
“It’s just a social, fun thing. We can go out to dinner afterward,” said WTSA Coordinator Nancy Wilson. “We’re staying connected on Facebook as well. The drive is more you want to be together and learn together.”
“It’s a community,” WTSA participant Christina Cappaus said. “They can learn together…they can shoot together and improve their skills in shooting.”
Both the WRAL and CBS 17 news crews filmed the WTSA participants practicing a variety of drills on the Triangle Shooting Academy range. They also interviewed the WTSA instructors and several participants.
You can also sign up for the next WTSA session.