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    • 06/13/2020
    • 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM (PDT)
    • Cascade Shooting Facilities Club House/Indoor Range - 27036 SE Ravensdale Way, Ravensdale, WA 98051
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    Course Prerequisites

    • Cascade Shooting Facilities member, CSF wait-list, and general public.
    • Current NRA membership

    Course Instructors

    • Steve Powell
    • Jerry Bentler
    • Joe McCormick
    • Phil Maloy
    • Paula Kawal

    Course Information

    • The class will start at 7 AM and finishes about 7:00 PM (after tests graded).
    • Please bring snacks and a lunch. Some may opt drive to 4 Corners to eat lunch.
    • Test is Open Book. You will have the test to work on during breaks and lunch times.
    • Supplies each individual should bring to class:
      • Pencil and/or Pen ( a highlighter recommended)
      • Paper (for notes and exercises)

    Costs / Course Fees / Refunds

    • The RSO training materials are covered by CSF
    • NRA membership is individual responsibility (annual, life, etc.) 
    • Rating costs for NRA RSO is individual responsibility ($30 every 2 years) 
    • There is a $75 refundable fee to reserve a seat for the NRA RSO class. 
    • Registration is done online and members can pay with a check. 
    • The $75 will be refunded/returned after volunteering for 4 public shooting event shifts (only applies to CSF and wait-listed individuals).
    • If anyone does not show for their reserved spot, the payment will not be refunded.
    • Performing RSO duties must be done within 1 year of training completion (date of class) to receive the $75 refund.
    • Cancellation must be received 5 days before the event for a refund. This will allow time for others to fill vacated spot. Cancellation will be done online.
    • 06/20/2020
    • 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM (PDT)
    • Cascade Shooting Facilities Range House/Outdoor Range - 26520 292nd Ave. SE., Ravensdale, WA 98051
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    Course Prerequisites

    • Open to CSF Members and Public
    • Positive Attitude
    • Hearing Protection
    • Eye Protection
    • Semiautomatic Pistol
    • Holster covering trigger guard area (OWB or drop-leg preferred)
    • Spare Magazine(s)
      • 1 Spare Magazine if capacity 12 or greater
      • 2 Spare Magazines if capacity from 7 to 11
      • 3 Spare Magazines if capacity under 7
    • Ammunition (100 rounds minimum, 200 recommended)
    • Inert Ammunition (2 or 3 recommended - snap caps, a-zoom, etc.)
    • Register online to reserve spot

    Course Instructors

    • Jody Lewis        (CSF / Rehv Arms)
    • Devin Ditsch    (Rehv Arms)
    • Steve Powell    (CSF)

    Course Information

    • Class intended for individuals that already understand 5 fundamentals of pistol shooting and want to refine skills.
    • Classroom topics are intended to start preparing for carrying pistols with basic considerations/actions.
    • Classroom time will be 1 to 1.5 hours and will start at 09:30.
    • Topics to be covered in classroom:
    1. Safety
    2. Firearm Conditions
    3. Situational Awareness
    4. OODA-Loop
    5. Mental Preparedness
    • Range time will be from 2 to 4 hours and will start at 11:15.
    • Range shooting objectives will be:
      1. Practicing the Aiming (Sight Alignment & Sight Picture) and Follow Through portions of the 5 Fundamentals
      2. Controlling Trigger Finger (indexing vs. on trigger)
      3. Learning to use the Trigger Reset
      4. Clearing Malfunctions
      5. Proper Magazine Replacement Techniques
      6. Eliminating Tunnel Vision (checking surroundings)
    • While shooting at range expectations:
    1. An RSO (Range Safety Officer) will be overseeing all aspects to ensure a safe shooting line.
    2. Safety Briefing and Event  Procedures prior to shooting.
    3. Instructors will be on firing line to assist in the shooting experience.
    4. Hearing protection and Eye protection will be required.
    5. Two different drills to practice aiming accurately.  Each drill takes 50 rounds to complete. 
    6. If one section of a drill is desired to practice on, extra ammunition will be needed. 
    7. Recommended to bring at least 200 rounds of ammunition.
    8. Targets will be provided.
    9. Semi-automatic pistol will be needed (not provided) - revolvers cannot perform all drills.
    10. Spare Magazine(s) will be required. Number depending on capacity (refer to course prerequisites above).
    11. A holster will be needed to keep pistol safe.  OWB (Out of Waist Band) or Drop-Leg holsters recommended.  IWB (In Waist Band) permissible, but not desired. 
    12. When not firing on line, all pistols will be holstered with Magazine removed and no round in chamber.

    Cost

    • Free
    • Deposit may be required to prevent no-show's.  Deposit would be returned or dismissed (if credit card) upon attending class.


    Special thanks to Rehv Arms for suggesting this training event and helping make it possible.

    • 07/25/2020
    • 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM (PDT)
    • Cascade Shooting Facilities Range House/Outdoor Range - 26520 292nd Ave. SE., Ravensdale, WA 98051
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    Course Prerequisites

    • Open to CSF Members and Public
    • Positive Attitude
    • Hearing Protection (clear and dark recommended)
    • Eye Protection
    • Semi-automatic Pistol (no rimfire pistols)
    • Spare Magazines (2 minimum, more for reduced capacity)
    • Ammunition (100 rounds minimum)
    • Register online to reserve spot
    • OWB or Drop Leg Holster that covers trigger
    • Spare Magazine pouches (2 minimum)

    Course Instructors

    • Jody Lewis        (CSF / Rehv Arms)
    • Devin Ditsch    (Rehv Arms)
    • Steve Powell    (CSF)
    • Dennis Astell   (CSF)

    Course Information

    • Class intended for individuals that comfortable shooting pistols and want to learn different types of skills to practice.
    • No classroom.
    • Time will start at 09:00 on Range E. 
    • Please arrive at least 15 minutes early to prepare gear.
    • Range time projected is from 3 to 5 hours depending on capacity allowed.
    • Shooting at range
    1. An RSO (Range Safety Officer) will be overseeing all aspects to ensure a safe shooting line.
    2. Safety Briefing and Event Procedures.
    3. Instructors will be on firing line to assist in the shooting experience.
    4. Hearing protection and Eye protection will be required.
    5. The drills will be similar to Practical Pistol.
    6. Multiple targets will be engaged.
    7. Physical movement to simulate reaching cover and using to fire.
    8. Minimum of 100 rounds ammunition, however 150 to 200 rounds encouraged (in case time allows additional training).
    9. Recommended to bring at least 2 spare magazines,  lower capacity magazines 3 or 4 recommended.
    10. Targets will be provided.
    11. Durable Flexible clothing - no Shorts, spandex, sweats, etc.
    12. No open Toed Shoes.  Crossovers, hiking shoes, or boots recommended.

    Cost

    • Donations to help maintain targets will be accepted.  $5 is recommended. This will be used to repair/refresh steel targets used.

    Special thanks to Rehv Arms for suggesting this training event and helping make it possible.


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