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10/12 [Pilot] Introduction to Fighting Rifle – Lytle Creek, CA – 8am

When:

Saturday, October 12, 2019 — 8:10AM to 4:00PM PST

Where:

Lytle Creek Firing Line
Lytle Creek Rd, Lytle Creek, CA 92358

What:

Welcome to the continuation of our new pilot program, Introduction to Fighting Rifle! As with all of our pilot programs, you are looking at an exciting and very limited opportunity for innovative and high quality training at a great price, with small class sizes and high instructor to student ratio.

In exchange for these perks, you understand you’re buying a program which is in the pre-production/ beta testing/ prototyping/ experimental/ developmental stages, and as such, things may be presented out of sequence, the curriculum will be imperfect, we might forget some gear, or run overtime, etc. Cool? Cool.

Register Early. Cost for the event will normally be $155, but for the sake of the pilot program, we’re going to try something new here. We’ll open 15 spots max, with a target of 10 students, and have a tiered discount for those who jump on this opportunity sooner rather than later, as follows:

“PILOT 55” ticket type will have 3 ticket at $100 discount.

“PILOT 75” ticket type will have 3 tickets at $80 discount.

“PILOT 95” ticket type will have 3 tickets at $60 discount.

“PILOT 125” ticket type will have 3 tickets at $30 discount.

“Standard Registration” will have 3 tickets at full price, $155.

Know a beginner who would love a good starter class at a great price? Share this page with him/her right now. As tickets sell out, the price goes up!

The goal of this program is to create a beginner friendly, all-answers-in-one-place primer for folks who may have just bought their first rifle, are interested in purchasing a first rifle, or are interested in starting their journey in formal tactical firearm training, but don’t know where to start.

As with all of our intro series classes, we will address gun safety in great detail, and discuss questions such as:

Why own a rifle?

What is the second amendment and what does it mean to me?

How does someone purchase a rifle in California

How to navigate California guns laws

What can a modern rifle do and not do?

How to load, unload, and clear malfunctions with common rifles.`

How to choose sights, optics, slings and accessories

How to stand, hold, breathe, aim and fire a rifle effectively.

How to zero, or calibrate the sights and scopes

How to disassemble and clean a rifle

We may then wrap up the class with some fun races and friendly competitions in marksmanship, and in all the skills you learned! Before we go, as usual, we’ll take a group photo and clean up the range and then we would love to hear your feedback and suggestions for how we can improve the program in the next go-around.

You will need:

1 gallon of water

Rifle of any kind. It does not need to have a sling. You can borrow one if you don’t have your own.

100 rounds of practice ammo

At least 2 spare magazines, if applicable

Gun cleaning kit with oil, barrel cleaning rod, and tools for mounting and adjusting your optics and accessories

Eye and ear protection

Closed-toe shoes

Sunscreen, bug spray, hat, weather appropriate clothing; We shoot rain or shine

Optional: Leather gloves, folding table, chair, and shade canopy, snack

Brian Wang is the event organizer. He can be reached at 408-892-5460 or info@monarchdefense.org

Course fees are not refundable. Credit can be applied toward future classes or events with 7 days advanced notice.