Head Rifle Instructor
Instructor at Griffin & Howe since 2014. Formerly served as a US Navy SEAL.
Shot in several worldwide Special Forces sniper matches and attended 6 sniper schools along with the Seal Sniper Course. Well versed in several shooting styles to include multiple types of pistol and rifle disciplines ranging from combat shooting, match shooting, muzzle loader, double rifle and various hunting styles.
Eli can be reached at the Griffin & Howe Shooting School @ Hudson Farm Club
Tel: +1.973.398.2670 Email: Stuhlmacher@griffinhowe.com
Tony is a retired Marine Scout Sniper and former Scout Sniper Instructor from Camp Lejeune, NC.
Tony served as a Raleigh, NC Police Officer and re-enlisted in the Marine Corps following the attacks of 9/11. Upon re-enlisting he was assigned to 2nd Marine Division and attended Scout Sniper School. After serving two tours in Iraq, he received orders to Scout Sniper School for duty as an Instructor. During his tenure as an Instructor, he began reaching out to the Law Enforcement community and developed his own curriculum tailoring training to each agency on pistol, carbine, as well as long range precision rifle.
Tony has a vast pistol and long range precision shooting background and is well versed in multiple disciplines that include combat shooting, match shooting, double rifles, and muzzleloader.
Disciplines that will be offered are standard instruction, long range, pre-African instruction, pre-north American big game, pistol accuracy, three gun match competition and tactical instruction.
Tony can be reached at the Griffin & Howe Shooting School @ Hudson Farm Club
Tel: +1.973.398.2670 Email: email@example.com
Head Shotgun Instructor
Involved in the shooting sports lifestyle for 40 years. Instructor at Griffin & Howe since 2003. Competitive sporting clay shooter. Vast experience in a wide range of North American hunting and shooting sports, including waterfowl and upland bird hunting, always accompanied by his two well trained canines.
Instructor at Griffin & Howe since 2009. Started his love of the sport as a young 14 year old trapper on the skeet range in Staten Island for the Fort Wadsworth Rod & Gun Club. At age 23 he became the VP of that club. Bill has 20 years experience shooting sporting clays.