Florida Businessman Joe Charles Builds New Outdoor Shooting Facility

Florida Businessman Joe Charles Builds New Outdoor Shooting Facility

Florida Businessman Joe Charles Builds New Outdoor Shooting Facility

Florida Businessman Joe Charles Builds New Outdoor Shooting Facility

Joe Charles, founder of the industries of Charles in Rolling Meadows, Illinois and owner of the centres of Florida River forest Yachting Stuart and LaBelle, announced the opening of the main State outside shooting in Okeechobee, Florida. OK Corral Gun Club, with the famous Wild West gun fight 30 seconds in 1881, the name is a unique facility dedicated to offering the athlete in Florida the last shot of experience. “There is no place like this in Florida,” explained Joe Charles, owner. “Our goal was to create an experiential club where shot lovers with their safety can pursue sports,” said Charles. The club offers a wide range of sports including sporting clays, cowboy action, pistol, rifle and archery 3D.

Florida Businessman Joe Charles Builds New Outdoor Shooting Facility

Charles reports as a permanent Hydra and owner of several marine companies, there is a great cross between water sportsmen and enthusiasts of the sport of shooting. “I am a member of the Marshall of Okeechobee, a Club of Cowboy action shooting, is in the past few years,” said Charles. Charles “In our quest for a new building of the club, I saw was the best way to do what we wanted to build in a club myself,” added. After a year of development open the gates of the OK Corral Gun Club for a wide range of guests of people inexperienced in tyre for the competitive shooter in search of an option test their skills. The club offers individual membership, junior, annual and seasonal packages but is also open to the public for visitors to “pay and shoot”.