Come out Friday afternoon of February 24th, 2017 to shoot over 250 rounds from an AR-15 assault rifle!
You’ll receive instruction from Tom Rovetuso, retired police officer and nationally known gun instructor from Angel One Training Group on how to properly handle, load, fire and unload assault rifles and pistols. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to fire some of the best AR-15 assault rifles available thanks to our partnership with D.R. Guns and in an environment that few get the pleasure to enjoy thanks to Alpha Range’s generosity in letting us use their private gun range for the event. After the event, we will wind down with beer, wine, cocktails and maybe a few shots at a location downtown.
Bonus: You’ll have the opportunity to shoot the personal firearms of the House Akros founders; this includes a Kimber .45, Glock 43 and Remington 870
As with all events, safety is a concern…the following rules must be followed for this event.
Universal Firearm Safety Rules:
- Assume all weapons are always loaded.
- Never let the muzzle of your weapon cover anything you are not willing to destroy.
- Keep your finger off the trigger and out of the trigger guard, until you have made the decision to fire.
- Be certain of your target, foreground and background.
- Weapons will be loaded and unloaded on the firing line by direction of the instructor.
- Weapons will remain oriented “downrange” at all times.
- DO NOT go forward of the firing line, until the instructor advises it is safe to do so.
- DO NOT handle any weapon if anyone is forward of the firing line.
- DO NOT bend over or attempt to pick up anything from the deck, until the instructor advises it is safe to do so.
- When not in use, weapons will be placed on the floor or table in the following condition:
- Safety on
- The bolt locked to the rear
- Chamber block inserted in the chamber of the weapon.
- The muzzle of the weapon pointed downrange
- The ejection port facing up.
- This is considered a “completely safe weapon”.
- Failure to follow any of the safety rules will be considered grounds for immediate dismissal from the event.