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Guidelines for participating in our shooting courses

Shooting is a fascinating sport. It's not about being loud and smoking. Rather, it is about the here and now. You can still aim, the shot misses the point where you aimed. When you've pulled the trigger, the bullet is already on its way. You can't undo it. The next time you try to do better.

As a trainer and shooting instructor, I would like to bring the fascination of shooting closer to you. As a rule, there are five to six participants per course. My security standards are high. This is also confirmed by the feedback from my course participants. So that you too can feel safe during the course and I can concentrate fully on you and the group, there are a few conditions that must be met in order for you to be able to take part in the courses.

What are the requirements for smooth participation?

Who can, who can't?

  1. You must be at least 18 years old. There is actually no upper limit. I have found that people up to the age of 60 can keep up well with younger participants. If you are older than 60 but keep yourself physically and mentally fit , then of course this is also possible. It is important that you can stand for up to four hours at a time.
  2. If you are already 16 years old, you can also participate if one of your parents is present for the entire duration of the first course.
  3. You have no previous convictions for crimes against life and limb . To prove this, you must present a current criminal record extract on the day of the course. This will be copied by the shooting range operator and me on the day of the course. If you have been convicted of another felony or misdemeanor, contact me. We will find a solution. If you are already a member of the TSB or Swiss Shooting Range, you do not need to provide a criminal record extract.
  4. If you are a sole citizen of Albania, Algeria, Sri Lanka, Kosovo, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Turkey , you unfortunately cannot take part in the courses . (see Swiss Weapons Act , TSB Birmensdorf provision ( see Terms of Use 1.1.1 ). There are no exceptions.
  5. If we consider you unsuitable for the courses in terms of character or mentality, we will not admit you to the courses.
  6. If you yourself or others during the course , or if safety is at risk because of your unsafe weapon handling, you may excluded from the course .
  7. Last but not least, you need valid private liability insurance for CHF 5 million .

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