Okeechobee Shooting Sports is the ultimate shooting and gunsmithing destination in South and Central Florida. Along with Rifle and Pistol Ranges, our outdoor facility has five separate 5-Stand Sporting Clays fields, Trap and Skeet fields and shooting galleries. Friendly competitions for shooters of all skill levels nearly every weekend- without interfering with normal range operations!
Oh boy! We’re upping the stakes this month with a beautiful Benelli shotgun. All you have to do is check-in at the Pro-shop for your free entry. Increase your odds by checking in more often (once per day) or bringing a friend who has never been to OKSS.
Sunday, September 30 is your last chance to enter. And it’s so easy…..all you have to do is show up!
It’s too nice to be stuck indoors! C’mon out and enjoy the beautiful Florida Sunshine! With the summer temps starting to fall, there’s no better time than now to get out and sight in your deer rifle, practice drawing on our exclusive Draw and Shoot bays, or just bust a few clays. The fresh air will do you good!
Do you ever get that question? Fumble for answers? Or maybe you’d like to open the dialog but you are afraid to come across too strong? And if you are still struggling for answers….just share this video with your friends and bring them out. We’ll help you introduce them to this wonderful sport. Because when people ask us why we shoot….We do it because…well…it’s FUN!
Need ammo? Accessories? Maybe even a new gun? Check out the online store and have it shipped for pickup at the Pro-shop free! (Current members receive special pricing. See the Pro-shop for details.)
Looking to customize your AR so it’s not like all the others? Or possibly add some scroll work to your 1911. Or…you’ve made a mistake and it’s time to call in the professionals. We get it. It happens. Take a look at our Instagram page and then contact us. I’m sure we can fix you up.
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