**Please scroll down to read the entire description.** Get into the spirit of 1776 at the Colonial Williamsburg Musket Range. Fire live rounds at a target from two different reproduction 18th-century flintlock firearms commonly used during the Revolutionary War, and learn about the history of the weapons. Must be age 14 or older to participate. Guests ages 14 – 17 must be accompanied by a legally responsible adult.* All participants must sign a waiver, or have a waiver signed by a legally responsible adult. A valid photo ID required to receive a waiver. All signed waivers must be turned in upon arrival at the Musket Range. Participants must report to the front lobby of the Williamsburg Lodge 15 minutes prior to their session start time to complete paperwork. Participants will then follow the Range van out to the site IN THEIR OWN VEHICLE. Each participant is allowed one observer. All observers must be age 12 or older. Observers may also provide assistance to disabled or special needs guests. Session includes range instructions, ammunition for weapons, targets, and safety equipment.
Masks are mandatory for all. This event is WEATHER PERMITTING
* Accompanying adult must be capable of making legal and/or medical decisions for the youth participant.
Fire a Flintlock Musket
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