AllSafe Urban Rifle

AllSafe Urban Rifle 2017-01-31T14:42:11+00:00

NRA Rifle

AllSafe Urban Rifle

The AllSafe Urban Rifle is designed to demonstrate the full potential of a centerfire rifle in neutralizing a hostile environment. Of all the small arms, the rifle is the premiere implement to apply significant stopping power at great distances. When properly employed, it is also very effective at close ranges.
Rifle marksmanship is an exercise in stillness and absolute control of position, breathing, and trigger. Applying these basic fundamentals to rapid-fire situations creates an interesting and fun challenge. Targets include IPSC silhouettes shot for score and reactive steel, shot for fun!

The AllSafe Urban Rifle course goes beyond the basics and includes differing styles of carry, sling use, and unique positions not found in normal high-power rifle matches.

The course of fire includes snap shooting, analysis of target selection to eliminate hits on friendly targets due to over-penetration, use of cover and concealment while moving, and rapid-fire, multiple target engagements.

This course is best accomplished using a semi-auto, magazine-fed centerfire rifle. This is an “urban” course, so the distance to targets is generally close. Carbines (and pistol caliber rifles) will be sufficient.

The drills and course of fire will require a minimum of 300 rounds of ammunition. All ammo must be military ball (FMJ) or hollowpoint or soft-point. No steel-core, armor piercing, tracer or incendiary ammunition will be allowed. Your ammo WILL BE INSPECTED AND CHECKED WITH A MAGNET!

The purpose of the AllSafe Urban Rifle course is to bring out your “black rifles” and enjoy their excellent features (beware of Dunderheads). You will be impressed by their capability to “reach out and touch” selected targets with a lot of horsepower at considerable distances.

UPCOMING ALLSAFE URBAN RIFE EVENTS

Jun
18
Sun
AllSafe Urban Rifle @ Burro Canyon Shooting Park
Jun 18 @ 9:30 am – 4:00 pm

This is not a beginning course. It challenges the use of a high-power rifle to quickly and reliably hit a close-range target. Includes rapid-fire, speed-loading and understanding your rifle’s ballistics as well. Focus on all-around rifle skills, especially snap-shooting techniques, plus use of natural and artificial support for stability and accuracy.

No one will be checking for magazine capacity or firearms registration. The only concern is no bi-metal ammunition.

The cost for this class is $120.