Frequently asked questions
Do I need my own firearm?
For the Basic Firearms Intro, and any of the NRA Courses, NO. However, if you have one you'd like to shoot, please bring it, UNLOADED and in a locked case.
For any of the CCW courses, you must bring you own firearm(s), UNLOADED, in a locked case, that you wish to have on your CCW (limit of 6) with you to the class.
Can children attend the courses and what age must they be?
Children aged 12 and above are welcome to attend the Basic Firearms Intro Course when accompanied by a parent or guardian.
What range(s) do you conduct your qualifications on?
We conduct our weekly NRA Basic Courses and CCW Modifications at;
Riverside Magnum Range
12391 Samson Ave, Suite O
Riverside, CA 92503
Our CCW Courses are conducted at our facility and the range portion is conducted at Riverside Magnum Range or
Raahauge's Shooting Sports (depending on availability)
14995 River Road
Corona, California 92880
What would prohibit me from training with you?
Prohibited persons (persons that are not otherwise legally allowed to posess or own a firearm) are prohibited from taking any type of firearms training. What makes me a prohibited person?
Federal law establishes the baseline regarding the types of persons who are ineligible to purchase firearms. The federal Gun Control Act of 1968, codified at 18 U.S.C. § 922, generally prohibits the sale of firearms to any person who:
• Has been convicted of, or is under indictment for, a crime punishable by imprisonment for more than one year;
• Is a fugitive from justice;
• Is an unlawful user of or addicted to a controlled substance;
Though certain states have legalized the use of medical and recreational marijuana, it remains illegal under federal law. Therefore, ATF considers people who use marijuana legally under state law unlawful users of a controlled substance.
• Is underage;
• Has been adjudicated as a mental defective or committed to a mental institution;
• Is unlawfully in the United States or has been admitted to the U.S. under a nonimmigrant visa;
• Has been dishonorably discharged from the military;
• Has renounced his or her U.S. citizenship;
• Is subject to a court order restraining him or her from harassing, stalking or threatening an intimate partner, his or her child or a child of a partner, or engaging in other conduct that would place an intimate partner in reasonable fear of bodily injury to the partner or child; or
Has been convicted of a misdemeanor offense of domestic violence.
Anyone that shows up for any of the courses smelling of alchohol or marijuana will be asked to leave. We have a zero tolerance policy regarding alcohol and drug use around firearms.