North Carolina Concealed Carry Handgun (CCH)
Duration: 8.5 to 10 Hours
Prerequisite Course(s): None
Prerequisite Skills: This course is not intended for new shooters. Taking this course assumes you already have the skills and experience to safely handle, use/manipulate, and shoot handguns/pistols. If you do not have those skills or are not yet comfortable with a firearm, you may want to consider taking a Private Lesson or the Basic Handgun course before pursuing the CCH qualification course.
Age Requirement: 21
About the Course
This 8+ hour course will provide the minimum skills and knowledge necessary to earn a training certificate to apply for a concealed carry permit in North Carolina.
In order to apply for a North Carolina Concealed Carry Handgun permit, a citizen is required to take the state-mandated CCH Course. The course begins with safety training followed by the required shooting qualification on the range. There will be 8 hours of classroom training, including a minimum of 2 hours covering the legal portion of concealed carry for North Carolina. The course will conclude with a written examination of the covered material. Students must pass a shooting qualification and written exam in order to receive a CCH training completion certificate. Upon successful completion of the course and receipt of the CCH Certificate, citizens will be able to apply for a CCH Permit with the state of North Carolina through their county’s Sheriff’s Office.
The written exam has 20 questions.
Shooting Qualification is as follows:
21 of 30 shots must land within the 7-ring of a B27 target. All shots must be within the silhouette.
You are strongly encouraged to bring your personal firearm to this class, however, if you do not have your own, please indicate that so arrangements can be made for a firearm rental.
Required Course Materials
NC Concealed Carry: Legal Refresher
Are you a current concealed carry holder in North Carolina looking to brush up on your knowledge of the legal aspects surrounding concealed carry? Look no further! Our NC Conceal Carry Legal Refresher Course is a comprehensive 4-hour program tailored specifically for individuals like you, who already possess a valid concealed carry permit and seek to reinforce their understanding of the crucial laws governing concealed carry in the state.
Our NC Conceal Carry Legal Refresher Course is intended for existing concealed carry permit holders seeking to reinforce their understanding of the legal aspects surrounding concealed carry in North Carolina. Whether you’ve held your permit for years or recently obtained it, this course is an invaluable opportunity to stay well-informed and confident in your responsible firearm ownership. A current concealed carry permit is not required to participate in the course.
Please note that this course does not grant a concealed carry permit or certify students to apply for one. It is specifically designed as a legal refresher for current concealed carry holders like you.
YGC Handgun Fundamentals 1 (Basic Handgun)
About the Course
This is an introductory course for new or novice shooters. This course is ideal for anyone who has never held a gun before or those who just want a “refresher” on how to safely handle and fire their gun. This class will provide shooters with a firm foundation in the fundamentals of the practical use of a handgun. This course includes classroom and live-fire range time. Students will be introduced to everything from the principles of firearm safety, to the basic fundamentals of shooting, and the parts of different pistols (handgun nomenclature), including revolvers and semi-automatic pistols. Topics also include safe firearm handling, pistol parts and operation, ammunition types, marksmanship fundamentals, range rules/commands, a variety of shooting positions, and information on continued training and skill development. By the end of this 4-hour class, students should feel more confident and comfortable with how to safely operate their handgun and will be able to apply the fundamentals of marksmanship and safe gun handling.
Students are encouraged to bring their personal firearms to this class, however, if you do not own your own gun, one can be provided for you.
Required Course Materials
YGC Handgun Fundamentals 2 (Intermediate Handgun)
About the Course
Handgun Fundamentals 2 / Intermediate Handgun prepares shooters to transition from Basic Handgun to the Defensive Pistol Series. It is designed for shooters who want to improve their knowledge and skill in the fundamentals of practical handgun use. This course will focus on the repetition of fundamentals, all of which, students have previously been introduced to, but may not have completely mastered. The primary goal of HF2 / Intermediate Handgun is to elevate the shooter's confidence by increasing their knowledge and experience, challenging their skills, and beginning to transform into a defensive mindset while still in a safe and controlled environment. With a focus on how to safely and efficiently present (draw) their handgun from the holster, this class builds on topics covered in Handgun Fundamentals 1 / Basic Handgun, adding reloads with retention, Type 1 and 2 malfunction clearances, and using the shooter's workspace.
In HF2 / Intermediate Handgun, you will spend less time in the classroom and more time on the range! The first hour of this 4-hour class will begin in the classroom. Class time allows a refresh of safety procedures, terminology, and illustrations of the shooting and marksmanship fundamentals. After class time, students will spend an average of three hours on the range conducting live-fire drills. By the end of this 4-hour class, you should be able to efficiently draw your handgun from the holster and apply the fundamentals under increasing time pressure.
Shooters can expect to fire between 150 to 200 rounds throughout the increasingly challenging drills. The drills are designed to bring a focus to the details of shooting where accuracy should not be sacrificed for speed. Drills will increase in difficulty as the class progresses and will begin to introduce a defensive mindset, as well as, shooting in defensive situations. ** It should be noted that some drills are designed to induce stress while shooting.
This course will set the foundation for more advanced training by reinforcing firearm safety, malfunction causes, and remedies, including an immediate action drill (or clearing malfunctions), and so much more. Upon completion of this course, students will be prepared for defensive-style pistol shooting and are encouraged to seek additional advanced training.
Students are encouraged to bring their own firearm, however, one can be provided if necessary.
Required Course Materials
A compact or full-size pistol is strongly recommended. No true micro-compacts such as the Ruger LCP or S&W Bodyguard are allowed. Revolvers are allowed but not recommended.
Rentals are available for all classes
Sturdy belt (double-thick leather or nylon recommended) worn on pants with belt loops.
Belt mounted, dominant-hand side, outside the waistband (OWB) holster (leather or Kydex preferred)
Belt-mounted non-dominant side pistol magazine pouch (Kydex or HSGI / G-Code type taco pouch preferred)
Prerequisite Course(s): Handgun Fundamentals 1 or equivalent training
Prerequisite Skills: Entry-level knowledge of firearm fundamentals. Firm understanding of firearm safety and basic shooting and marksmanship fundamentals.
Age Requirement: 21+
YGC Pistol Optics 1
Red dot-type optics on pistols are becoming more popular, and for good reason. A red dot can be easier than iron sights to acquire, may allow you to shoot faster, and help with maximizing accuracy at a distance. But they can work against you if you don’t really understand how to use them. In Pistol Optics 1 you will learn key considerations for adjusting to and using a pistol optic, how to keep your dot steady, and how to zero. We will then move to the range where we will get your dot zeroed and help refine your marksmanship fundamentals shooting fast and accurately with the dot. By the end of this 4-hour class, you should know the capabilities and limitations of your red dot pistol and have begun developing the skill to use it to its potential.
Prerequisite: Basic handgun proficiency required. Be able to load/unload and use a firearm without supervision.
Minimum Gear List:
YGC Youth Firearm Marksmanship & Safety
Our Youth Firearm Marksmanship and Safety Course is designed to cater to both young individuals with some prior experience in firearms and those who are completely new to the world of shooting. This comprehensive course combines marksmanship training with a strong emphasis on safety and responsible firearm handling. Participants will develop their marksmanship skills in a safe and controlled environment while gaining a solid foundation in firearm safety principles.
Required Course Materials
Women's Handgun Fundamentals 1
About the Course
Welcome to YGC's women's only handgun fundamentals / basic handgun class! This is an introductory course for new or novice shooters, tailored to women who desire to learn in an all-female and supportive environment. This course is ideal for any woman who has never held a gun before or those who just want a “refresher” on how to safely handle and fire their gun. The all-female environment fosters camaraderie and confidence, creating a space where you can grow alongside like-minded individuals. Using a balanced approach of interactive classroom experience and hands-on practical exercises, this class will provide you will the necessary skills and knowledge to safely and effectively operate your handgun while mastering marksmanship techniques and safe gun handling fundamentals. Prepare to embark on a rewarding journey of skill development and self-assurance!
Shooters will gain a firm foundation in the fundamentals of the practical use of a handgun. This course includes classroom and live-fire range time. Students will be introduced to everything from the principles of firearm safety, to the basic fundamentals of shooting, and the parts of different pistols (handgun nomenclature), including revolvers and semi-automatic pistols. Topics also include safe firearm handling, pistol parts and operation, ammunition types, marksmanship fundamentals, range rules/commands, a variety of shooting positions, and information on continued training and skill development. By the end of this 4-hour class, students should feel more confident and comfortable with how to safely operate their handgun and will be able to apply the fundamentals of marksmanship and safe gun handling.
Students are encouraged to bring their personal firearms to this class, however, if you do not own your own gun, one can be provided for you.
Required Course Materials
Pistol & Handgun Cleaning and Maintenance
This course is designed to teach students how to properly field strip and clean their handgun(s). Students will be walked through the process of taking down (field striping) their handguns and shown the process of cleaning, maintenance, and re-assembly including a function check. Students are invited to bring either semi-automatic pistols/handguns and/or revolvers.
We ask that you please SPECIFY the handgun you are bringing to this class, including Make and Model.
Required Course Materials
YGC Defensive Handgun 1
About the Course
WARNING: This is not a course for beginner shooters! It is required that all participants successfully complete Intermediate Handgun/Handgun Fundamentals 2 prior to starting the Defensive Handgun Series.
This is the first course in a three-part series of Defensive Handgun Courses. The series is designed to build on previous skills learned and mastered and it is required that students follow the outlined course order. Defensive Handgun 1 reemphasizes the fundamentals of safe firearm handling while re-introducing defensive skills and techniques and continuing to build a solid defensive mindset foundation throughout the course.
The skills gained in this course are extremely beneficial to any student wishing to improve shooting skills and firearm manipulation with speed and accuracy. Students who have obtained their NC Conceal Carry Handgun Permit (or those who intend to) are strongly encouraged to take this course. This course lays the foundation for defensive shooting that may be necessary for CCH permit holders. But remember, this is not a beginner course!
Topics to be Reviewed (Fundamentals):
Shooting stance, roles of the hands, shooting grip, eye dominance, sight alignment and sight picture, shot placement, trigger control and trigger reset.
Defensive Skills to be Taught:
Mastering the high compressed ready position, punching out (or driving out) to target, workspace, loading the firearm (administrative/tactical, and emergency), status (or press) check, immediate action drill, and clearing malfunctions.
Required Course Materials:
Please Note: If you are attending a course with a friend/family member, all students will need their own materials. Sharing firearms or other materials is prohibited.
Duration: 4+ Hours
Prerequisite Course(s): Successful completion of Handgun Fundamentals 2 / Intermediate Handgun.
Prerequisite Skills: Solid understanding of safe firearm handling and manipulation. Solid understanding of shooting fundamentals and marksmanship.
Age Requirements: 21+
AR 15 Fundamentals
This classroom and live-fire AR-15 Fundamentals course is designed to introduce responsible gun owners to the safe handling, proper maintenance, and effective use of AR-15-style rifles in the context of civilian home defense and defense.
Classroom topics include:
Live-range topics include:
Required Course Materials
AR-15 Cleaning and Maintenance
This course is designed to teach students how to properly field strip and clean their AR-15 Rifles. Students will be walked through the process of taking down (field striping) their firearm and shown the process of cleaning, maintenance, and re-assembly including a function check.
We ask that you please SPECIFY the firearm you are bringing to this class, including Make and Model.
Required Course Materials
Defensive Shooting Fundamentals
This seminar will introduce students to the concepts of defensive shooting. Students will be exposed to the differences between marksmanship and defensive shooting. We will also cover topics such as muscle memory, why a proper grip, solid shooting stance/platform, and trigger control are vitally important to defensive-style shooting. Students will also be exposed to what it means to align the muzzle to the target and then introduced to concepts such as point shooting, flash sight picture, and precise sight alignment. If you are thinking about taking the Defensive Handgun Series, but are not sure where to start, this is the place to be!
Developing a Personal and Home Protection Plan
Developing a personal & home protection plan is a key component of not only preparing for how we should (or might) react if confronted by a violent crime but also how we might avoid violent crime in the first place. Within this lesson, our instructor explains that developing a protection plan is about much more than becoming proficient with a firearm or writing up a home invasion plan. It’s a plan that must encompass awareness, avoidance, and preparation, so that we are less likely to find ourselves in a situation where we have no other option than to use our firearm, rather than more likely.
Fundamentals of Home Defense: The Importance of Having a Personal and Home Protection Plan
In this seminar, we will discuss the importance of having a personal and home protection plan and why it should matter to you. We will cover topics such as situational awareness and home alarm systems. We will discuss home security and how to conduct an evaluation of your home's security. We will discuss the fundamentals of home defense and how to discuss the plan with people living in your home or visiting family members. We will even discuss where to start and what to do to begin the process of creating your home defense plan, including potential scenarios.
Gear & Gadgets Seminar
In this seminar, we will discuss the multitude of gear and gadget options available to firearm owners! We will discuss holsters and the many factors to consider when purchasing the right one. Students will be introduced to the idea of flashlights (both tactical and gun-mounted), laser aiming devices, and gun safes and storage options.
Real Estate Agent Safety & Self-Defense Seminar
Real estate agents face a high risk of violent encounters in the workplace, more so than many other professions! This is why the USCCA has developed a highly specific class to address this reality.
Here's what real estate agents will learn through the Real Estate Agent Safety & Self-Defense Seminar:
If you or someone you know is a Real Estate Agent, we urge you to use this opportunity to learn how to become better protected and more prepared!
Self-Defense Firearm Basics
Are you considering a pistol/handgun for personal protection, but don't really know where to start? Whether you decide to own and carry a firearm for self-defense, you should also know and consider other available options. In this seminar, we will cover basic handgun nomenclature, discuss ammunition (both for personal protection and for range use), and talk about other self-defense (less-than-lethal) options. We will also introduce you to the concepts of home defense planning and preparation. And, if you are not sure which gun is the right one for you, we will discuss the pros and cons of multiple options.
Should I Shoot? (When I Can and Cannot Legally Shoot)
One of the most critical questions of self-defense is, "Should I Shoot?". Learn how to answer this question with confidence by learning what to do in real-life scenarios. During this session, we will contemplate real-life scenarios that will force you to think about whether you would be justified in defending yourself using deadly force. This event provides a comprehensive discussion about how to survive the legal system as a responsible gun owner. Learn what threats await after a self-defense incident (emotional/mental, legal, financial).
Optional Course Materials
Notebook and Pen
This course is designed to teach students about situational awareness. Situational awareness is about what is happening around you every moment of every day. This course teaches and demonstrates how to be more aware of your surroundings and how to use all your senses to be aware of possible dangers lurking around. We will cover actions that one can take that will make them less of a target or victim of a crime. After this seminar, students will feel confident and more in control of what happens in their day-to-day lives. In a world where people tend to live in their own "bubble", let's take the responsibility to "see" the environment around us and use our intuition to avoid becoming a potential victim.
▪ Developing a Personal and Home Protection Plan
▪ Personal Safety
▪ The Legal use of Force
▪ Violent Encounters and the Aftermath
▪ Physiological Reactions to Violent Encounters
Required Course Materials:
No materials are required for this course, but feel free to bring a notebook/notepad and pen/pencil.
Use of Force Seminar
This seminar will introduce students to the concepts of reasonable and deadly force and what North Carolina law says about each as a justification for self-defense. Students will also learn about the Use-of-Force Continuum and how a Prosecutor evaluates a case of self-defense. Can you use reasonable or deadly force in defense of your home? What about in defense of your property? And how about in defense of your life or the life of a loved one? If you don't know the answers to these questions, join us to obtain vitally important information about what you can and cannot do in terms of using force!
Violent Encounters and Their Aftermath
After surviving a violent attack, dealing with the aftermath can be a daunting journey, both physically and mentally. This course is designed to help individuals understand the potential physical and psychological reactions that may arise during and after such a critical incident involving deadly force. It aims to prepare them to face the tough reality of post-traumatic stress and provide guidance on how to cope with the emotional challenges that follow. Additionally, the course will cover important steps to take immediately after using force in self-defense, including how to communicate with a 911 operator and how to interact with law enforcement when they arrive on the scene. Participants will also gain insights into the legal implications of their actions and the rights and responsibilities associated with self-defense.
Developing a Defensive Mindset
Details and Description Coming Soon!
Our league is a dynamic community where women from all walks of life come together to engage in the thrilling sport of shooting. Whether you're a seasoned marksman or a curious beginner, our league offers a supportive and inclusive environment for women to hone their shooting skills and build lasting connections.
I hereby apply for membership in the Youngsville Gun Club & Range (the “Club”). I certify that I have never been convicted of any felony and have no other disqualifying condition that would make it unlawful for me to possess a firearm. I have read, signed, and fully understand the Terms and Conditions included in this application. I understand that this application is conditional and will be reviewed by the YGC Membership team for approval prior to the issuance of credentials. If I am admitted to membership, I will fulfill the obligations of good citizenship and good sportsmanship. I understand that failure to comply with any of the policies, by-laws, and/or rules of the Club may result in the termination of my membership.
Terms and Conditions
The following Terms and Conditions shall apply to all Memberships issued by Youngsville Gun Club & Range (the “Club”). Any reference to “you” or “your” shall refer to the Primary Member identified on the Membership Application and Agreement (the “Application”) for such Membership. Any reference to “family members” shall mean the Primary Member’s immediate family members entitled to membership benefits under a Family Membership, as set forth herein. Any reference to “Members” shall mean the Primary Member and any of his or her family members (up to 23 years of age) entitled to membership benefits under the Family Membership.
No Application for membership shall be effective until: (a) the Application is completed and signed by the Primary Member and submitted to the Club, (b) the required Membership Fee has been paid, (c) a Payment Authorization is signed and delivered to the Club for payment of the Monthly or the Dues have been paid in full, (d) the Primary Member (and each family member 10 years of age or older desiring Range privileges, in the case of a Family Membership) provides evidence that they are qualified to shoot at the Club (e) the Application is approved and accepted by the Club. Access to the Range will only be available to persons who have completed the YGC Range Orientation.
You may cancel a Monthly or Annual Membership at any time following the first anniversary of the Commencement Date of the Membership by sending written notice to Membership@YGunRange.com. Written notice of termination must be provided 30 days prior to the expiration of the then-current Term. All membership fees and monthly dues are paid in advance, are earned in full upon receipt and shall not be refundable in the event of your cancellation of the Membership or termination of the Membership by the Club for any reason.
The Club may terminate your Membership at any time for failure to keep an active credit card or debit card on file for payment of the applicable Membership dues on the due date or following any breach or violation of these Terms and Conditions or other Rules of the Range by you or any of your family members or guests, or for any conduct which, in the opinion of management of the Club, in its sole discretion, is prejudicial to the welfare, good order, and character of the Range, by sending written notice to you.
The Club reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to discontinue operation of the Range/Club or to modify these Terms and Conditions of Membership, to sell, lease or otherwise dispose of the Range facilities in any manner whatsoever and to any person whomsoever, to add, issue, modify, or terminate any category of Membership, to discontinue operation of the Range facilities, to limit use of the Range facilities, to convert the Range into a member-owned club, and to make any changes to the Membership benefits at any time. Such changes shall be effective on the date such revised Terms and Conditions of Membership are posted to the Club’s website or as otherwise communicated to the Members.
CHANGES IN THE MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS.
The Club reserves the right to add, eliminate, or change any published Membership benefit or amenity at any time and from time to time, in its sole discretion. The Membership benefits at any time shall be as posted on the Club’s website or as otherwise communicated to the Members. Such changes shall be effective on the date such revised Membership benefits are posted to the website or communicated to the Members.
A Family Membership shall grant
membership privileges to the Primary Member identified on the Application and his or her spouse and unmarried children under the age of 23 living in the Primary Member’s home or attending school on a full-time basis, subject to the limitations set forth herein, including limitations on access and limitations on the privileges of any family members under 21 years of age. To qualify for membership, each family member must meet all conditions of membership, and a Parent/Guardian Release of Liability must be signed and on file with the Club for children under 18 years of age prior to their use of the Range. Any child under 18 years of age that is brought to the Range, either as a family member or as a guest, shall be allowed to accompany the Primary Member or his or her spouse in the Range, provided they remain under their direct supervision at all times. Any child between the ages of 10 and 12 may shoot in the Range, provided that the Primary Member or his or her spouse stays in the shooting booth with the child at all times. Any child between the ages of 10 and 12 may only shoot a .22 caliber firearm, without the prior consent of the Club Range Safety Officer on duty. The club reserves the right, from time to time, to limit the use of the Range by children under the age of 18 during peak periods of Range use.
PAYMENT OF DUES; OTHER CHARGES.
The Monthly or Annual Membership Dues shall initially be in the amount set forth on the Application and may be increased or decreased at any time by the Club in their sole discretion. Any Membership renewals shall be at the then applicable rates. The Club may also change any other charges applicable to services provided to Members at any time. The Annual Membership Dues are payable, in advance, on the Commencement Date of the membership. The Monthly Membership payment option are payable by a recurring charge to your credit card or an ACH debit on your bank account, beginning on the date of enrollment following the Commencement Date of the Annual Membership and continuing on the 1st day of each month thereafter until the membership is cancelled or terminated pursuant to the terms hereof, as provided in the Payment Authorization executed by you and delivered to the Club with this Application. You may change the terms of the Payment Authorization by submitting a new Payment Authorization to the Club at least 15 days before the effective date of the change. It is the Member’s responsibility to make sure a valid Payment Authorization is on file at all times, and that a new Payment Authorization is submitted any time the applicable bank account or credit card account information is changed. If Annual Membership Dues are paid at any time in this manner, the Annual Membership may be renewed, at your option, prior to the anniversary date of the expiring Membership, by paying 12 months of Membership dues or by submitting a completed Payment Authorization to commence monthly credit card or ACH debit payments. If the Annual Membership is not renewed in this manner, it shall terminate and may only be started again upon payment of the applicable Initial Membership Fee.
It is your responsibility to ensure that the method of payment set forth in the most recent Payment Authorization provided to the Club remains a valid method of payment. In the event of a cancellation or change in the account information associated with any credit card or bank account, you must provide a new Payment Authorization no less than 15 days prior to the next payment due date. In the event any ACH or credit card charge is declined or returned, you will be responsible for a processing fee of $25.00 in addition to payment of the unpaid dues. In addition to charging the processing fee, the Club reserves the right to immediately limit or terminate any delinquent Memberships.
RANGE/CLUB AND RANGE RULES.
The Club may establish rules, regulations and policies concerning the operation of the Range (the “Rules”) from time to time. The Rules and all changes thereto shall be posted on the Club’s website. You acknowledge and agree to follow the Rules at all times, and to ensure that your guests and family members follow such rules. Any violation of the Rules by you or your guests or family members shall be grounds for immediate suspension or termination of your Membership privileges.
An Individual Membership shall only cover Membership privileges for the Primary Member. A Family Membership shall only cover Membership privileges for the Primary Member and the qualifying family members as set forth herein who are approved by the Club. Any other persons accompanying a Member in the Range shall be considered a guest. You may bring guests to the Range provided they complete the Range Orientation, sign the Range Waiver Form and pay any applicable fees. Each Annual Member may be grant
ed one or more Guest Passes as a benefit of Membership, as set forth from time to time on the Club’s website. Other than guest visits under a Guest Pass, each guest will be required to pay the daily rate then in effect. You are responsible for supervising your guests at all times while they are on Club premises, and for any damages to the premises or Range caused by your guests.
USE OF FACILITIES.
The Club agrees to provide access to the Range during the normal business hours of the Range. You acknowledge and agree that the Range is not provided for the exclusive use of the Range Members and their guests. From time to time, the Club may host events, manufacturer promotions, private rentals, marketing and other events in the Range. All such events and any scheduled maintenance requiring closure of the Range may limit availability of the Range.
USE OF CLUB FACILITIES.
The Club agrees to provide access to the VIP Lounge during the normal business hours of the Range and after normal business hours if identified as a benefit under the Club’s Membership programs, subject to the provisions hereof and any Rules now in force or hereafter transmitted by the Club’s management. You acknowledge and agree that the VIP Lounge and Range are not provided for the exclusive use of the Club Members and their guests. From time to time, the Club may host events, manufacturer promotions, private rentals, marketing and other events in the VIP Lounge and Range during and after normal business hours of the Range. All such events and any scheduled maintenance requiring closure of the VIP Lounge may limit availability of the VIP Lounge.
LIABILITY AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY.
Each person, whether a Member, guest, or otherwise, who enters the Range must complete the Club’s Assumption of Risk, Waiver, and Release Agreement. In addition, the Primary Member shall be financially responsible and liable for any property damage resulting from the acts or omissions of such Member, their family or guests on the Club’s premises, including damage resulting from shooting the target carrier (intentionally or unintentionally) or damage to any furniture or furnishings on premises. The Primary Member is fully responsible for the loss or theft of, or damage to, any firearms, vehicles, or any personal property brought onto the Club’s by the Primary Member, their family or guests. The Primary Member hereby releases and holds harmless the Club, its affiliate/s Tar River Sports WF LLC, YGC Range LLC, or Triple G Great Products, Great Price, Great Service LLC, and each of their respective members, managers, officers, employees, and agents (the “Affiliates”), from and against any claim arising out of or relating to the loss or theft of, or damage to, any such property and any claim for bodily injury arising out of the use of the Premises. In no event will any Affiliate have liability for any indirect, incidental, special, consequential, or punitive damage, even if advised of the possibility of such damages.
COMMUNICATION AND NOTICES.
All communications between you and the Club shall be by e-mail or personal delivery. Accordingly, as a condition to your Membership, you are required to maintain a valid e-mail account at all times. Failure to maintain a valid e-mail account shall be grounds for termination of your Membership. The e-mail address of the Primary Member as set forth on the Application or the e-mail address registered with the Club for purposes of the Club’s mailing list subscription shall be used by the Club to communicate with members. Any correspondence or notices required hereunder shall be sent to Membership@YGunRange.com Either party may change the e-mail address for communication purposes hereunder by sending a change of address notice to the other party in accordance with the terms of this paragraph.
The types of memberships available, applicable fees, suspension or expulsion of Members and all other matters affecting or relating to the Members or the Membership shall be at the sole discretion and control of the Club. It is the Club’s policy to accept applications for Membership from any individual, couple, facility, or business that meets the requirements established from time to time by the Club, without regard to race, color, creed, gender, religion, or national origin, nor shall such matters ever be made a condition of Membership.
**The Membership is personal to the Primary Member and may not be transferred or assigned at any time to any other person. In the event of the death of the Primary Member, the surviving spouse of such Member, if any, may continue as the Primary Member for the Membership without paying any additional Membership Fee. In the event the deceased Member is not survived by a spouse, or the spouse does not desire to continue the Membership, it shall be terminated. In the event the Primary Member becomes legally separated or divorced, ownership of the Membership shall continue with the Primary Member unless and until the Membership is awarded to the spouse by written agreement or final divorce decree, and the Club is given written notice thereof.
You acknowledge that there have been no promises, warranties, or representations, express or implied, pertaining directly or indirectly to the Membership which are not contained herein, in the Application or on the Club’s website.
In any dispute relating to non-payment of dues or charges for damage to Club premises or personal property by you, your family or guests, you shall be responsible for any attorneys’ fees and/or costs incurred by the Club in enforcing its rights under these Terms and Conditions.
Any waiver by the Club of any right or obligation hereunder shall be deemed a continuing waiver and no failure by the Club to exercise, in whole or in part, any rights provided to the Club hereunder shall prevent the later exercise of such right or any other right. No waiver by the club shall be effective unless such waiver is in writing and signed by the Club.
The invalidity or unenforceability of any term or provision of this Agreement shall not affect the validity or enforceability of the remaining terms or provisions hereof, which remaining terms and provisions shall remain unmodified and in full force and effect.
The rights and obligations of the parties arising out of the Membership, including the terms and conditions set forth herein, as amended from time to time, shall be governed by the laws of the State of North Carolina.
I agree to all conditions of membership listed in this application. I understand that violation of any item may lead to an investigation by YGC, resulting in a warning or the possibility of expulsion from the range and/or termination of membership.
YOUNGSVILLE GUN CLUB + RANGE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REFUSE SERVICE TO ANYONE AND RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REFUSE ADMISSION OR REMOVE ANYONE WHOSE CONDUCT IS DEEMED BY MANAGEMENT TO BE DISORDERLY, OR WHO FAILS TO COMPLY WITH ANY SAFETY REGULATION. I UNDERSTAND THAT PROVIDING FALSE OR MISLEADING INFORMATION TO ANY AGENT OF YOUNGSVILLE GUN CLUB + RANGE MAY BE CAUSE FOR TERMINATION OF MEMBERSHIP.
I HAVE READ, UNDERSTOOD, AND AGREE TO THE TERMS SET FORTH HEREIN AND AGREE TO BE BOUND THEREBY
As you navigate through our website and application you will find several interactive tools and services which we use to collect information some of which may be Personal Information that you voluntarily provide when searching for Providers and appointments.
Some services within our Website may require you to download and install software on your computer. The Installed Tools may collect and transmit information from your computer system solely related to the use of the specific tool downloaded and for the purpose of providing you the relevant services such as alerts and notices.
Cookies are small removable files installed by web sites to track information such as User ID, preferences, pages visited and activities while browsing the site. We collect Non-Personal Information about your use of our Web site and your use of the Web sites of selected sponsors and advertisers through the use of such Cookies. Every computer that accesses a Bizzflo Web site is assigned a different Cookie by Bizzflo. The information collected by Cookies may be used for (i) dynamically generate advertising and content on Web pages (ii) to track how many people are using our Web site and selected sponsors' and advertisers' sites, (iii) how many people open our emails, and (iv) purposes these actions are being taken. With respect to advertising we may allow third parties to place a cookie on your browser in order to enable advertisers to recognize your browser and deliver advertisement based on non-personally identifiable information. We may also acquire Non-Personal Information about our users that these third parties have access to and we may use that information for the purpose of content development and for marketing purposes. Cookies are also used to facilitate a user's log-in, as navigation aids and as session timers.
Most browser software can be set to reject all Cookies. Most browsers offer instructions on how to reset the browser to reject Cookies in the "Help" section of the toolbar. If you reject our Cookies, certain of the functions and conveniences of our Web site may not work properly but you do not have to accept our Cookies in order to productively use our site. Additionally Bizzflo may geographically target advertising based on your IP address. We use local shared objects, also known as Flash cookies, to enable you to use certain interactive tools on our site. Flash cookies are different from browser cookies because of the amount and type of data they collect, and how the data is stored. Bizzflo does not share information stored in flash cookies with third parties and the data in them is not used by or on behalf of Bizzflo for delivery of advertisements.
"Web Beacons" are small graphic image files embedded in a web page or email that indicates a presence on the web page or email and send back information from the user’s browser. We may use “Web Beacons” to collect Non-Personal Information about your use of our Web site and the Web sites of selected sponsors and advertisers, and your use of special promotions or newsletters. The information collected by Web Beacons allows us to statistically monitor how many people are using our website and selected sponsors' and advertisers' sites, how many open our emails, and for what purposes. We may use web beacons and Cookies to deliver advertisements on any of the Web sites owned or operated by Bizzflo based on areas of our Web sites that you have visited during the same session.
We store all Traffic Data and review postings indefinitely, even after “deletion,” and may archive such information elsewhere. All Personal information’s are stored until you request that we modify or delete it, in which case we may still wind up retaining some of that information for the reasons described later in this document.
COPPA severely restricts what information can be collected from children under the age of 13. For this reason, children under the age of 13 in the United States are prohibited from using the Website. The Website is not directed at children, and Bizzflo does not knowingly collect any information from individuals under the age of 13. If we learn that we have received any information from an individual under the age of 13, we will use that information only to respond directly to that child (or a parent or legal guardian) to inform him or her that he or she cannot use the Services and subsequently we will delete that information from our own servers.
Bizzflo from time to time will make use of your Contact Data to send you information on our website, products and the services, , including to remind you of upcoming or follow-up appointments, and in conjunction with your use of certain Interactive Tools. We may use your Demographic Data, your Traffic Data to customize and tailor your experience on the Website, in emails and in other communications, displaying content that we think you might be interested in and according to your preferences.
You may choose not to provide us with any Personal Information. In such an event, you can still access and use much of the Website; however you will not be able to access and use those portions of the Website that require your Personal Information.
The Site may have in the future certain areas like discussion forum which would be intentionally open to the public and is not in any way private. Therefore care should be taken in disclosing any personally identifiable information in any of these public forums.
Bizzflo understands the security of your personal information and therefore follows generally accepted industry standards to manage them. For example, when you enter sensitive information on our Website, we encrypt that information using secure socket layer technology (SSL).Though in events such as (1) to comply with a court order or other legal process; (2) protect the rights, property or safety of Bizzflo or another party; (3) enforce our Terms and Conditions; or (4) respond to claims that any posting or other content violates the rights of third-parties, we may disclose your personal information.
However you should understand that Bizzflo does not guarantee the complete security of your information and that there will be no unintended disclosures of your Personal Information
Bizzflo appreciates prompt notifications from you in case the contact data is lost, stolen or used without permission. In such a scenario, we will remove that Contact Data from your account and update our records accordingly.
We may change these Privacy policies at any time, as we reasonably deem appropriate. Upon any change, we will post the amended agreement on the Site with notice of the changes. Your continued use of the Site and/or the Services following such notification shall constitute your affirmative acknowledgement of the Privacy policies, the modification and agreement to abide and be bound by the same, as amended. If at any time you choose not to accept these Policies, including following receipt of notification of any modifications hereto, then please do not use the Site.
Bizzflo provides its registered users the access to modify some of the personal information you have included in your profile or change your username by logging in and accessing your account. However, upon a request to delete your account and the personal information, Bizzflo will use commercially reasonable efforts, but it may be impossible to close your account without some information retained by us. For questions regarding closing an account please contact us at privacy@Bizzflo.com.
For any of your concerns, questions or comments, please feel free to contact us at privacy@Bizzflo.com and we would be more than willing to help you.