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Getting Started

Most new shooters are looking for guidance on how to start and I am commonly asked if you need to own a gun before taking lessons (Good don't!).


Another common misconception is that the learning process ends with getting your permit. Permit classes don't teach you HOW to shoot, they teach you the legal parameters for WHEN to shoot.

She Shoots training takes our responsibility to equip you with good information as seriously as we take equipping you with the physical tools to defend yourself.


If you are a NEW shooter (or it's been a long time), you'll need to start with a New Shooter Session. For experienced shooter, you'll start with an initial private lesson. It's that easy!

START HERE: New Shooter Intro

All new (newer, rusty, you name it) shooters start here! I want you set up for success and the best way to do that is to start with comprehensive safety training before ever touching the firearm. I know lives are hectic- start however works best for you!

THREE Ways To Get Started


Which option is right for you?

  1. GROUP CLASS: The in-person class is a 1.5 hour long seminar-style class that is schedule by request. Just get 6 girlfriends together and I'll come to your home/location and introduce Handgun Safety. After this, you would schedule a PRIVATE lesson to begin shooting or in some cases a semi-private session with another person from your class/group.

  2. PRIVATE SESSION: This 1 hour, 50 minute session includes everything in the safety course PLUS, you get to shoot! After this, you are ready for standard lessons.

  3. INTENSIVE: This is a 4 hour class that combines everything from the online course or group class PLUS the addition of shooting. Use of firearms and up to 5 rounds of ammo are included. Before leaving, schedule you next lesson or two and you are set up for success! Contact to learn more and schedule your class - OR - Check the schedule for upcoming dates.



Not sure what YOUR first or next step is? Experiencing information overload? Not local to Middle Tennessee? You can do this and I will help you every step of the way.


I know it's a lot. Let's talk!


You may have questions before even deciding if this is something you want to try. Let's hop on the phone and chat.

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Safety Seminar


Private Session




What's Next?

After your Intro Session, you'll be ready to begin training regularly. Most ladies choose to train weekly to ensure steady progress!


50 minutes, UP TO two ladies per session ($85/person)

There is a lot of value in hearing something taught, then seeing it done before doing it yourself. A lot is learned by observing the learning process in action and that is why Regular Lessons are for two ladies per session who are at the same level in their training.


You do not have to have a second person selected, but we don't want you to be caught off guard when you arrive and find another person is also shooting with you. This approach was tested diligently before implementing as the standard and it has been incredibly successful from an instructional aspect and we've seen an incredible added benefit of new friendships forming!

PRIVATE LESSONS - 50 minutes, you all by yourself ($120)

If you have some very specific goals or skills you want to work on, or you simply do not want to share a lesson time with any other person, a Private Lesson is the best choice for you. There will be no other shooter in your lesson.

Lesson Location:

Private Instructor Range  |  2795 Owl Hollow Road, Franklin, TN 37064

*detailed directions will be provided prior to your first lesson.


Preparing For Your Lesson



  • Cash (EXACT CHANGE ONLY) or check for lesson payment. No digital payments accepted.

  • A firearm in good, safe condition if you have one, though it is not required for lessons.

  • Ammunition (see below), though ammunition is also available for purchase at the range.

  • Eye and Ear protection if you have it, loaner sets are available at your lesson at no additional cost.



A minimum of 50 rounds of ammunition for your handgun, or the one you are using is recommended, though having 100 rounds on you is a best practice. You may use more or less but these are safe numbers for a standard lesson. It is always better to err on the side of too much than too little. Ammunition may be available for purchase at the range if you run out, but is not guaranteed.


You've scheduled your lesson and it's time to head to the range. Suddenly, you realize you have no idea how to dress! Not to worry! Below are some pointers to set you up for success:

  • Low cut tops are not recommended - particularly for new shooters! Brass casings are hot when ejected from the firearm and the worst place for those to go is down your shirt and especially down your bra! This may not make sense to you now, but trust me on this.

  • Dress for the weather. Layers are recommended. Lessons are at an outdoor range. Dress accordingly. Layers are always a good idea as time of day, cloud cover, etc will determine your comfort level.


  • We recommend pants, especially for new shooters.

  • Closed to shoes.


  • Cancellations/Reschedules are allowed with a minimum 36 hours notice.

    • Any changes inside of that window are a $30 fee paid via Zelle at the time of cancellation. It is entirely on the honor system and I’ve had ladies refuse to pay and then stop taking lessons. Don’t be that person.

  • NO SHOWS for ANY reason or cancelling inside of 36 hours results in the full lesson amount due.

    • Emailed lesson reminder are sent automatically 24 hours prior to your lesson.

    • DOUBLE CHECK that you have the correct lesson time in your own calendar.

    • No future lessons will be scheduled until the no show/late cancel fee is paid.



(All weather-related changes are announcements in the She Shoots Training Signal Group Chat 1 hour prior to the first lesson of the day.)

  • RAIN

    • If it is raining but I’m still teaching at the range, lessons are happening. That doesn’t necessarily mean we are standing in the pouring rain…we have plenty we can do in a variety of ways.

    • If you just don’t feel like coming out because of the weather, the full lesson amount is due. Back filling lesson times almost never happens.

  • COLD

    • Cold weather decisions are handled on a day to day basis.

      • If it’s “unsafe” or impractical for the instructor to be out for 5-6 hours, then lessons will be most certainly adjusted.

      • In the event of freezing temperatures, lessons or group sessions may be relocated to an indoor location TBD.

  • SNOW or ICE

    • If road conditions are unsafe, lesson may be cancelled. When possible an alternative teaching plan may be offered to those who are able to safely travel.

EXCEPTIONS: While this is a business, I am not lacking in understanding. If you have a family emergency, wake up with a sick kiddo or are sick yourself, I’m not going to expect a cancellation fee. Please do not abuse this. 

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Virtual Coaching

Geography doesn't have to stand in the way of getting the training you need! An internet connection, video, and your own firearm are all it takes to get coaching in the convenience of your own home!

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