Action Shooting provides an opportunity for participants to draw from holster, go through multiple shooting drills, barrier shooting, and moving while shooting. Taking the Introduction to Handgun and the Conceal Carry Courses is recommended, but not required, before participation in one of the shooting leagues. Participants are scored using IPSC standards safety rules and scoring. Learn more about IPSC Scoring: (http://www.travistomasie.com/hit-factors-and-uspsa-ipsc-scoring.html). Scores are posted at https://practiscore.com/ (keep this in mind when entering the name you wish to appear on the website). NOTE: Participants are required to arrive on time to hear the safety briefing. If you arrive after the safety briefing you will not be able to participate in Action that evening. If you are interested in observing before participation please call our staff at The Range at (509) 571-1449.
Action 2: This co-ed group is your chance to get past the static firing line, and experience moving and shooting in a dynamic environment designed to push your shooting skills! Designed for shooters of all levels and abilities who have completed the action level 1 qualifier. Shooters can expect three stages. Holsters are required. Eye and ear protection are required, but can be rented of you do not possess your own. You can also rent a handgun and purchase ammunition. Action 2 participants are required to pass the Action 1 qualifier test with an IPSC Hit Factor score of 3.5 or better to participate in Action 2. In addition, Action 2 participants must have demonstrated good safety, sportsmanship, and gun handling skills.
Action Level 2 presents more technical stages with higher round counts than Action Level 1. Action level 2 will be run following USPSA guidelines.
*** IMPORTANT DISCLOSURE ***
In order to participate in Action Shooting, you must be present for the Mandatory Safety Briefing. The Safety Briefing begins promptly at 6pm. Please arrive early in order to allow yourself time to be geared up, signed in, and ready to go at 6pm.
If your waiver has expired, please come early enough to allow time to watch the required safety video and complete the required waiver. We suggest 20 minutes.
If you are unable to attend the Safety Briefing in its entirety, you will not be allowed to participate but you are welcome to stay and observe.
Be sure to pre-register for Action Shooting on our website at www.therangellc.com in order to reserve your spot. Space is limited and preference will be given to those who are pre-registered. This is a popular event and spots fill up fast. If you have not pre-registered, we cannot guarantee you will be able to participate.
This class (along with your current Washington State Concealed Pistol License) will enable you to receive a Concealed Permit from the State of Utah, which is recognized in 37 states! This class also fulfills the requirement for training required if you apply for an Oregon or Arizona CPP. This class also provides (at no extra cost) the required fingerprint card and photo for Utah; all the documentation needed to submit the application in one stop and is valid for one year. You must have a valid Washington State Concealed Pistol License and valid Washington State Driver's License at the time you apply. **NEW AS OF OCT 2019- This class will also include the required I-1639 Semi-Auto Rifle Training certificate.
- Safe loading and unloading
- Carrying concealed
- Laws defining lawful self-defense
- Use of force by private citizens (including deadly force)
- Transportation and concealment
This is a 4 hour course.
Cost is $75- Fingerprinting and photo included.
Instructor: Sean Snyder
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