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New Jersey Clubs Host NRA Day
Written by: The National Rifle Association 03/22/2005



The Salem County Sportsmen's Club and South Jersey Sportsmen, Inc. will host the third annual NRA day - a free day of gun safety and recreational shooting instruction for the entire family on May 21st from 9:00am to 4:00pm. The club is located on Rt. 40, three miles east of Exit 1 off the NJ Turnpike.



"This event is an ideal opportunity for our community to learn what the NRA is all about - the safe, responsible use of firearms," said Bob Viden, club spokesperson and NRA Board member. "Parents and youngsters who are new to shooting can learn gun safety and basic marksmanship from NRA Certified Instructors. Those with shooting experience will get the chance to try different disciplines and socialize with other gun owners and NRA members."



NRA day activities to be held include rifle and handgun shooting, plus a youth air gun range for children with adult supervisiion. The South Jersey Arms Collectors will also hold a special exhibit, "Firearms in America," featuring a number of historically significant firearms from the Kentucky rifle to the M1.



All firearms, targets, ammunition, and eye and ear protection will be provided. The event is open to the public and admission is free. Refreshments will be available.



For more information, call Bob Viden at (856)881-7575. To learn more about other NRA programs, go to WWW.nrahq.org.
 

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Directions to the Salem County Sportsmen’s Club
The Salem County Sportsmen’s Club is located on eastbound Rt. 40 (Harding Highway) in Carney’s Point, New Jersey. It is approximately three miles east of the Delaware Memorial Bridge.
From Route 295:
Take route 295 to Exit 2B (Route 40/NJ Turnpike)
Proceed east on Rt. 140. Go through the traffic light after passing over Route 295 and turn left onto Route 40 East at the second traffic light (after passing over the Turnpike).
Drive east on Route 40 for 1¼ miles. The Salem County Sportsmen’s Club will be on the right. It is marked by a sign with a shield and a security gate. Turn right into the entrance road.

From NJ Turnpike:
Take the Turnpike south to Exit 1.
Take the exit immediately following the tolls (on the right).
Turn left onto Route 140 at the light.
Drive east on Route 40 for 1¼ miles. The Salem County Sportsmen’s Club will be on the right. It is marked by a sign with a shield and a security gate. Turn right into the entrance road.

From the East via Route 40:
Take Route 40 West.
Proceed past Cowtown Rodeo. Route 40 becomes a four-lane divided highway, with a gr [no swearing please] median in the center.
Travel another 1.5 miles passing the Friendly Tavern on the left. About a half mile after that, you will see the Salem County Sportsmen’s Club entrance on the left marked by a sign with a shield and a security gate. Make a U-Turn at the next opening in the median and travel back about 100 yards to the entrance of the SCSC. Turn right into the entrance.

After Passing the Security Gate:
Follow the entrance road to the Clubhouse.
 
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