Build your own AR platform rifle from the ground up utilizing our parts and tools and professional instruction. Under the guidance of our professionals you will be taken on a step by step basis through the proper procedure of building out a complete AR lower receiver.
No tools are required for this class. Everything needed to build your AR rifle will be provided. You will be building a complete AR lower chambered in 5.56, 2.23, or 300bo. These rifles will be assembled by you from new parts. We will be building a complete AR lower receiver:
Which will allow you to purchase a complete upper receiver of your choosing (whatever length, caliber or configuration you would like) to mate seamlessly with your new lower receiver. We will have selected complete uppers on hand for purchase if you would like to take the build to the goal line
This is not a leisurely paced class. Each step will be explained and supervised and by the end of the day you will have complete serialized lower receiver. You will complete an ATF 4473, have a background check performed, and the end of the three-day statutory waiting period leave with your rifle!
- All required tools and equipment to build your new rifle
- Stripped AR lower receiver
- AR lower parts kit
- 6 position buffer tube
- 6 oz. buffer
- Heavy Duty Buffer Spring
- Castle Nut
- Receiver End Plate
- 6 position adjustable sock
- Step by step instruction to complete your build
What’s not included:
- AR Upper receiver
Why is it not included???? – One of the reasons the AR platform is so popular is because it is so modular. You can modify it countless ways to your liking. Barrel length, caliber, hand-guard style, sight options, etc., the list goes on and on. Over 95 % of AR build options take place on the upper receiver. We wanted to leave the upper receiver a blank canvas for you to purchase to your liking rather than require you to buy something you intend on replacing anyway.
NOTE – we will have selected upper receivers available for purchase if you do want to take your build across the goal line and finish with a complete rifle.
This course is designed for the beginning handgun enthusiast who has already purchased or is considering their own handgun. It consists of both classroom time and a live fire shooting on the range. This class includes ammo, handgun rental, and range time.
Students will learn about the different types of handgun, calibers, handgun actions, handgun parts/components, and ammunition. We will also go over how to properly handle, store, clean, transport, load and fire handgun.
This course is designed for the beginning Semi-Auto Rifle (SAR) enthusiast who has already purchased or is considering their own SAR. It consists of both classroom time and a live fire shooting on the range. This class includes ammo, SAR rental, and range time.
Students will learn about the different types of SAR’s, calibers, SAR platforms, SAR parts/components, and ammunition. We will also go over how to properly handle, store, clean, transport, load and fire a semi-automatic rifle.
This course is designed for the beginning shotgun enthusiast who has already purchased or is considering their own shotgun. It consists of both classroom time and a live fire shooting on the range. This class includes ammo, shotgun rental, and range time.
Students will learn about the different types of shotgun, calibers, shotgun actions, shotgun parts/components, and ammunition. We will also go over how to properly handle, store, clean, transport, load and fire a shotgun.
This class has been developed to meet the standard requirements established in the Florida Statute 790.06(2)(h) for a license to carry a concealed weapon or firearm.
Note: This is not a first time shooters class. Prior experience with your firearm is required. A necessary step in obtaining a concealed weapons permit is owning and being proficient with your firearm prior to taking this class.
YOU MUST OWN, BE PROFICIENT WITH & QUALIFY WITH YOUR OWN FIREARM IN THIS CLASS.
Already own a firearm? Already know how to use your firearm? Just wish you were a little bit better with your firearm? Join us for the OGC’s Handgun Skills Development Class.
Learn to become a more proficient shooter through further development of key shooting fundamentals. Using our hands-on techniques, we will teach you to master the 5 core principles to make you a better shooter.
Let us help you get to the next level!
NOTE – This is not a first timers’ class. Firearm ownership / prior experience shooting is required before taking this class.
Required Equipment: Handgun, Eye & Ear Protection, 100 rounds of ammunition
Optional Equipment: Spare Magazines, speed loader
This class is an introductory class which will teach you how to: load, unload, make safe, and fire a firearm. This class is offered for $40 from The Orlando Gun Club, and includes: 50 rounds of .22LR, firearm rental, targets, and a free shirt.
Available In Three Variants:
Ladies Only Intro Class – For Ladies Only.
Family Intro Class – For Parents & Children. AGE RESTRICTIONS APPLY – Minimum age 12 years old. All minors (under 21) must be accompanied by a parent (parent only no exceptions).
Standard Intro Class – For Anyone.
USPSA Format Practical Shooting Match – First Monday of The Month (Ocoee Location)
Orlando Gun Club will be hosting an indoor USPSA style Practical Shooting Match one time per month at our Ocoee facility. The match will be organized, setup and worked by active USPSA members. Our indoor match will be a basic practical shooting match made up of mostly classifier style stages.
Interested in competitive shooting? Practical shooting is competition. The USPSA is the premier competitive shooting organization in the world. USPSA membership is your pass to compete in any USPSA match anywhere in the world!
What do I need to shoot a competitive USPSA style match at the OGC?
- Minimum of 150 rounds of ammunition
- Handgun of choice (9mm or greater)
- Strong side outside the waistband holster
- 4 magazine pouches
- 4 spare magazines
The following holsters are PROHIBITED:
- Inside the waistband (NOT ALLOWED)
- Appendix carry holster (NOT ALLOWED)
- Cross draw holster (NOT ALLOWED)
- Shoulder holster (NOT ALLOWED)
- Drop leg holster (NOT ALLOWED)
- SERPA holtsers (NOT ALLOWED)
Everything you need to know to purchase and own a class III item!!!
Suppressors are not illegal. In fact, other than some paperwork and patience, suppressors are relatively easy to purchase! The OGC’s suppressor / Class III class will go over in depth all the information you need to understand the ins and outs of class III items and specifically suppressors! Offered for free about two times a month, our class will walk you through Class III laws, different kinds of suppressors and their required accessories, as well as the process and paperwork required to purchase a suppressor.