*MUST BE 15 YEARS OLD OR OLDER TO ATTEND.
Shoot, Don’t Shoot Scenarios
Shooting and Moving
Moving in Pairs or Groups
Low Light Shooting (Bring your flashlights)
*We customize each shoot night based on immediate feedback from the students in attendance. Drills listed above are examples only and may not be run at each shoot night.
Safety is ALWAYS number 1 while on the range. We do not tolerate unsafe shooters.
Unsafe behavior, including but not limited to, flagging others, range damage, refusal to follow commands, holster violations, basic handgun safety rule violation, and/or any other activity deemed unsafe by OCFA Instructors or Range Staff, will lead to a verbal warning, or dismissal from Shoot Night and from the range.
Your Own Firearms. (CA Legal Handguns Only.)
Eye and Ear Protection is Required!
Firearms available for rent at the range for an additional fee.
*If renting, ask if they have extra magazines. Additional magazines are recommended.
200+ Rounds of ammunition.
*No Steel Core, Wolf, Steel Case, Aluminum Case ammo permitted
Extra Magazines *Minimum 2 Magazines. 4 Magazines is recommended.
Holster (Concealed or Exposed) A holster is Required!
***Instructors and RSOs reserve the right to refuse any firearm or holster that we deem unsafe for range use.
During Shoot Night, we are down range, doing a lot of movement, both with the lights on and the lights off. Make sure you are dressing appropriately for range activity.
Sandals, flip-flops or high-heels shoes are not recommended
You are moving across a lot of loose brass. Boots with ankle support is a good idea
Shorts are not recommended
Avoid low-cut or v-neck shirts
Hot brass down your shirt is not fun!
Keeps flying brass off your face
Range ventilation does not allow for effective A/C or Heat. Inside the range can be hot in the summer and cold in the winter. Make sure you are dressing for the weather to stay comfortable. Long sleeves and/or jackets are recommended during the cold months.
We operate on a safety first program. Please review and understand these basic NRA Firearm Safety Rules.
Trigger Finger Safety
Your finger does not touch the trigger until you have made the conscious decision to fire your weapon. During movement drills, practice trigger finger safety while moving and until you have obtained a proper sight picture.
Never allow your muzzle to cover something or someone you are not willing to destroy. In a range setting, the safest place to point your firearms is down range, towards to rubber backstop.
Treat every firearm as though it is loaded
If a firearm is in your control, treat it as if it were loaded, regardless of the actual condition. Obey rules #1 and #2 even if you know the weapon is unloaded.
Identify your target and what is beyond your target.
At the range, know which target you are shooting at and know what is beyond your target. Make sure there is rubber backstop behind your target before you shoot. Do not shoot into walls or the ceiling.
CCW Holders must identify your target, identify the threat and what is beyond your target. If firing your weapon in a self defense situation, you are responsible for every round that leaves your firearm. Know what is beyond your target before you shoot.
Obey these 4 safety rules at all times while handling your firearms, whether at the range, at home or in a self defense situation.