Letter of Instruction for Training (Burro Canyon Shoot Park) Apr 28, 2015 21:08:56 GMT -8 theokami and bkelso1960 like this
Post by Stan on Apr 28, 2015 21:08:56 GMT -8
Location: Burro Canyon Shooting Park 22100 East Fork Road, Azusa, CA 91702
From the west (like LA) take I-210 E and exit Azusa Avenue Northbound.
From the east (like the Inland Empire) take I-210 W and exit Azusa Avenue Northbound.
Take CA-39/North Azusa Avenue Northbound for approximately three miles where it eventually merges to become San Gabriel Canyon Road as you head upwards towards the mountains, the San Gabriel Dam and River will be on your right side as you head up.
Turn right onto E Fork Road (Bridge)
Right turn on the bridge
The entrance to the Burro Canyon Shooting Park will be on the left side.
Turn right when you see this sign at the top of the hill. Take the dirt road (stay on left lane) for about five minutes, you will make a gradual left turn up a small incline and you will eventually see Range E2B.
All Summer: Hot and Sunny. High of 910F in the afternoon.
Always bring a hat, jacket, sunscreen and at least ONE GALLON of water and/or sports drink for sun/heat mitigation. Bring Snacks/food. There is a burger and taco concession SOMETIMES on the weekends.
I will have a large community ice chest with ice and one EZ up for your comfort and convenience.
(BCSP E2B) Rifle 101: Saturday 12 September 2020 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm $100
* Simply go straight to the assigned range above.
First Aid, Gunshot Wound and Medical/Casualty Evacuation Plan:
1. Treat all injuries internally within our class with our own medical supplies
2. Evacuate casualties via our own privately designated vehicle.
3. Designated hospital and closest trauma center is:
Foothill Presbyterian Hospital
Citrus Valley Health Partners (Inter Community Hospital)
250 South Grand Avenue
Glendora, CA 91741
*Please add the above contact to your phone before class.*
**Steel core, armor piercing, and tracer ammunition is not allowed to be fired at the Burro Canyon Shooting Park. No part of your ammo should stick to a magnet (range rules!)**
*For any first time customers please complete the Safety/Hold Harmless Agreement attached at the bottom of the LOI page and bring it to class to save time (live fire only).
*A community ice chest will be available for your drinks.
*All California DOJ laws apply however, I do not work for the DOJ nor do I have time to inspect everyone's equipment. Use what you think is appropriate.
150 - 300 rounds for Pistol 101
150 - 300 rounds for Pistol 202
~500 rounds for the Special Omni-Skill Pistol Class
200 - 400 rounds for Rifle/Carbine 101
200 - 400 rounds for Rifle/Carbine 202
250 - 500 rounds for Rifle/Carbine 303
75 shells for Shotgun 101
75 shells for Shotgun 202
100 - 150 rounds for precision rifle
*If you are using a bullet button (BB) please have a plan on what tool or contrivance you will use to engage the BB.
*A scarf or cloth to protect your neck may be wise to guard against hot brass.
*It is a smart time saver to strip smaller boxes of ammo and dump them loose into a larger container.
Please click on this link for the safety/hold harmless agreement---------> Safety Agreement Burro.doc (391.5 KB)
Rifle/Carbine 101 Training Plan:
• 4 Weapons safety rules/safety brief
• Weapons condition of M-16/M-4/AR-15 type
• Mission of the rifle
• Nomenclature of the rifle (M-16/M-4/AR-15 type)
• Fundamentals of rifle marksmanship
• Basic firing positions (standing, sitting, kneeling, and prone,)
• Loading/unloading with practical application
• Press checks with practical application
• Misfire procedures with practical application
• Magazine change with practical application
• Weapons maintenance: cleaning and lubricating
Courses of Fire and Training Objectives:
• Engage target from the prone position (doubles as zeroing)
• Engage target from the standing position
• Engage target from the sitting position
• Engage target from the kneeling position
• Failure drills
• Engage and close with target
• Buddy reload drill
Gear Particular to Rifle 101:
* Small back pack/book bag STUFFED with clothes, towels or a blanket to use as a shooting rest. MUST BE STUFFED AND FIRM TO BE EFFECTIVE.
* Shooting mat, foam sleep roll or yoga mat (I have 10 sleep rolls available but some may be left without)
Rifle/Carbine 202 Training Plan:
*Prerequisite: Rifle 101 or equivalent from another institution with skills test (see Rifle 101).
• 4 Weapons safety rules/safety brief
• Fire and movement
• 15 degree rule
• Lateral and implicit communications
• And more…
Courses of Fire and Learning Objectives:
• Engage target from cover and concealment
• Engage target from the flanks
• Engage targets from the urban prone position
• Strong to support hand transitions
• Engaging multiple targets
• Multiple fire and movement drills
• Primary to secondary weapon transition drills
• Close with and engage target
• And more…
Gear list for Rifle/Carbine 101 & 202 Class:
• Reliable, proven magazine-fed, semi-automatic rifle or carbine. Set up per your own defensive needs. All California DOJ rules apply. Rifle rentals available, please ask.
• Sling: 1, 2, or 3 point.
• At least three (3) magazines but more recommended.
• Cleaning kit and lubricant; if on a budget bring an empty bottle and I will donate some to you.
• Load bearing equipment: simply a belt with magazine pouches will suffice for all rifle classes. A chest rig or load bearing vest or plate carrier with magazine pouches can also used and is appropriate but not essential.
• 200 - 400 rounds of quality ammunition for RC 101 and another 200 - 400 for RC 202. Tracer rounds are prohibited. Factory reloads like Blackhills, Ammoman etc. are fine. .22LR rifles and ammunition are welcome and encouraged!
• Additionally for Rifle/Carbine 202: Service-type pistol, holster, magazines, belt, pistol magazine pouches and 50 rounds of ammunition.
• Bullet button tool plan (punch, nail, ultimate BB tool, etc.)
• Factory manual for your rifle, optics, etc. highly recommended.
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**For all firearms training, the common equipment list is: **
• Positive mental attitude and open mind to learn new things.
• Eye protection: Shooting glasses or sunglasses will be mandatory
• Hearing protection: ear plugs or muffs
• Full length pants; cargo pants (BDUs or 5-11s) or jeans
• Long Sleeve shirt (recommended)
• Boots or strong shoes
• At least 1 gallon of water and/or athletic drink
• Lunch, food, snacks: power bars, trail mix, etc.
• Pen and notebook for nuggets of wisdom
• Hat with brim (recommended)
• Knee pads (recommended)
• Bag or pack to hold belongings
• Towel, rag, or shemagh for general purpose and/or neck protection
• Cold/wet weather gear when appropriate