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Red Bluff April 17 & 18, 2010
« on: March 19, 2010, 05:34:14 PM »
The Tehama Shooters Association in Red Bluff, CA will host the April 17 & 18 2010 Appleseed event. The range is located at: 26950 Manton Road, Red Bluff, CA   96080.  http://www.tehamashooters.com/

Come join us for a weekend of superb rifle marksmanship training and rediscover some forgotten (or never known) American History....our Heritage!!!!

Find out what happened when on April 19, 1775, Marksmanship met history, and heritage began......

Just bought a rifle or never fired a shot before?  That's ok!! We'll show you how to safely, efficiently and correctly operate your rifle, as well as how to become accurate with it.

Been a while since you did more than just dust off your rifle....?  Come on out and knock the rest of the dust off it and the rust off you and become a better rifleman in the process.

NEW THIS YEAR...FULL DISTANCE SHOOTING.  Take what you learned at 25 Meters and apply it at 100, 200, 300 and 400 yards.

Bring the FAMILY!!   Bring your FRIENDS, CO-WORKERS, YOUR NEIGHBORS....!!!

Shooters under 21, Women, Active Duty Military are FREE!! Pre-register and save!!!

Registration Link: March 6 & 7 http:   shhttp://www.eventbrite.com/event/561414205

State Laws to be aware of:  Check State Laws: http://www.ag.ca.gov/firearms/
*No detachable box magazines may be brought into state with capacity exceeding ten rounds.  Unless you owned them prior to Jan1, 2000; then it's OK. All Tubular-magazine 22s are OK.
 
*"Assault weapons" ban- If you're registered with CA DOJ already, you're fine and can shoot your AK, AR15, G3 etc. with no problem.  Might want to Xerox the DOJ document and keep it in the rifle case.  Do not bring an unregistered "assault weapon" into the state.  Do not bring an unregistered "assault weapon" to the range.  Similarly, unregistered 50 BMG is not legal.
 
Out of state shooters, don't bring military-pattern semiautomatics as they're almost sure to fall under the "assault weapon" ban.  M1 Garand and most 10-shot fixed-magazine SKS are OK, however.  There is one SKS exception: Zastava SKS Carbines 59/66 are considered destructive devices in California and therefore may not be purchased, possessed, imported, or kept for sale without a permit.  (Having said all that about "assault rifles", there is provision in state law for out-of-state shooters to bring "assault rifles" to CA shooting events; anybody wants to try that out might want to read the statute for themselves and consult a lawyer, welcome to California.)
Transporting firearms -Transport rifles unloaded.   "Assault rifles" go in padlocked containers.  Car trunk is considered a locked container, but glove compartment, even if it locks, is not OK.  (I go the extra mile and padlock everything: firearms in one padlocked container, ammunition in another padlocked container.  More than law requires, though.) No tracer, incindiary, or armor piercing ammo allowed.

Misc:  It is 25 meter shooting on Saturday and full distance on Sunday, so bring your Centerfire rifles or 22's , or both, and gain valuable marksmanship skills.

For More Information Contact:   Joe (530) 243-3247 or AppleseedCalifornia@gmail.com.