The event will start on Thursday, April 2, 2020, at 8 am. Check-in will be located at the front gate. The first day will consist of competitions, zero confirmations, vendor show, and a meet and greet with a catered dinner and an open bar. There will be a mandatory safety briefing at 11 am, where will discuss the medical plan, range rules, safety rules, and event information. This is REQUIRED.
There will be multiple competitions on the various ranges and you can try your hand at the competitions as many times as you would like. There will be an RSO located at the ranges who will run the competitions and record the scores. There will be an award ceremony at 8 pm, where the top shooters will be awarded prizes ranging from rifles, pistol and everything in between.
Dinner will be served at 6 pm. There will be a complimentary bar with both beer and liquor, which will open from 5 pm until 11 pm. Be advised, the moment you begin to consume alcohol, your time on the ranges and handling firearms is done. If you are caught violating this rule, you will be asked to leave and will be removed from the event. No exceptions. This will be strictly enforced.
The event will end at 12 am.
Second Day through 4th day
You will select your classes during registration and receive confirmation. There will also be rosters posted at the lodge during the event. From this day forward, it will be your responsibility to report to your classes at the listed times and the locations. Students will receive maps for where their classes are listed. Range staff is there to assist you if you need it.
After class, feel free to stick around and socialize, but be responsible and act like an adult. Failure to do so will result in your dismissal from the event.