This section is to cover some questions and help you prepare for the event so you can maximize your time. Keep in mind, the following info is general info and some classes may have more specific issues. Those specific details will be highlighted in the particular course notes. if you still have some questions, please reach out and we will give your more info
Going to the range is about learning, trying to new skills, and having fun. That said, "we're not teaching fly fishin.'" All persons coming out to Granite Tactical event are expected act with responsibility and a safe mindset. Most courses at the range are considered hot. Safe weapon handling is Critical, notably when offline in the prep area. The 4 Rules of weapon handling are paramount.
Violation of these rules can lead to dismissal from the range. If you have any doubt about any action, please ask.
Things happen and issues arise. If there is loadout change, weapon repair or maintenance needed, just let us know by getting range staff personal. We will help and make sure you get what you need. We're all out here together.
At times, space in the prep area can be tight. Be courteous and a good range mate.
If at any time, you have any doubt or a question. Please reach out and ask. We are happy to help.
At times, the range can get hot, it can get long and the physical wear can creep up. Your well being is paramount. If there is certain issue with a drill concerning fatigue or previous physical condition, we will work with you. If you need to sit out or alter something, let us know right away. Let the GT staff know and we will take care of you.
Most classes do require a certain minimum load out.
Most ranges that GFT use are remote so pack some goodies. Bring plenty of water and food as there are no locations that are close. The ranges usually don't have extra shade, chairs or tables. That said, we usually have room so bring your own chair and table and maybe a shade pop-up. Set up a good space to work out of for the day. If you are taking a night class, bring some auxiliary lighting such as a small lantern or headlamp so you can see in your area.
Please reach out to the GFT staff and can answer anything you want know and we can fill you in or work something out.