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NROI Course - Palm Springs, CA

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I'm not sure if this is the right forum for this post, so please feel free to move it!

Palm Springs Gun Club will be holding an NROI course in the near future and are are looking for approx. 20 people to attend. If you are interested and would like to get your Range Officer qualification, please send me a PM and I will put you on the list.

We are looking at holding the class in early 2010 and price will be dependent on how many people we have attending.

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Where is the PSGC ?

PSGC is located here:

GPS Coordinates: 33 51.055 N 116 24.697 W

Take the Ramon Road /Bob Hope Drive exit off of I-10 at Thousand Palms (between Palm Springs & Indio). From the exit proceed (approx. 1/4 mile) to the traffic light at the intersection of Varner Road & Ramon Road. Turn left at the light onto Varner, drive past McDonald's & Denny's. A street named Rio Del Sol will turn off of Varner on your right - just past the last buildings. Turn Right onto Rio Del Sol and drive to the T intersection with 30th Ave. At that point turn left staying on Rio Del Sol (not marked). You will be driving along an industrial area. Follow the blacktop a few hundred yards until you see a large granite boulder on the left side ‘pointing’ to the right. Turn right at the drive across from the boulder and continue straight. You will pass Pro Landscaping, Inc. on your left. Stay on the blacktop as it heads uphill going through the gate. Near the top of the hill is the gate and sign for the range. On match days all gates will be open; come on in and introduce yourself.

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Where is the PSGC ?

PSGC is located here:

GPS Coordinates: 33 51.055 N 116 24.697 W

Take the Ramon Road /Bob Hope Drive exit off of I-10 at Thousand Palms (between Palm Springs & Indio). From the exit proceed (approx. 1/4 mile) to the traffic light at the intersection of Varner Road & Ramon Road. Turn left at the light onto Varner, drive past McDonald's & Denny's. A street named Rio Del Sol will turn off of Varner on your right - just past the last buildings. Turn Right onto Rio Del Sol and drive to the T intersection with 30th Ave. At that point turn left staying on Rio Del Sol (not marked). You will be driving along an industrial area. Follow the blacktop a few hundred yards until you see a large granite boulder on the left side ‘pointing’ to the right. Turn right at the drive across from the boulder and continue straight. You will pass Pro Landscaping, Inc. on your left. Stay on the blacktop as it heads uphill going through the gate. Near the top of the hill is the gate and sign for the range. On match days all gates will be open; come on in and introduce yourself.

Good info, but what city and state is all this located in?

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Where is the PSGC ?

PSGC is located here:

GPS Coordinates: 33 51.055 N 116 24.697 W

Take the Ramon Road /Bob Hope Drive exit off of I-10 at Thousand Palms (between Palm Springs & Indio). From the exit proceed (approx. 1/4 mile) to the traffic light at the intersection of Varner Road & Ramon Road. Turn left at the light onto Varner, drive past McDonald's & Denny's. A street named Rio Del Sol will turn off of Varner on your right - just past the last buildings. Turn Right onto Rio Del Sol and drive to the T intersection with 30th Ave. At that point turn left staying on Rio Del Sol (not marked). You will be driving along an industrial area. Follow the blacktop a few hundred yards until you see a large granite boulder on the left side ‘pointing’ to the right. Turn right at the drive across from the boulder and continue straight. You will pass Pro Landscaping, Inc. on your left. Stay on the blacktop as it heads uphill going through the gate. Near the top of the hill is the gate and sign for the range. On match days all gates will be open; come on in and introduce yourself.

Good info, but what city and state is all this located in?

Sorry! PSGC is located in Thousand Palms, CA 92276

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Title updated to include location....

Excellent! Thanks for that, I should have thought about that on my OP! Cheers!

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Would it be a one day class?

Yes, it would be a 2 day class held on either a Saturday and Sunday.

Edited by ukxpat

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Depending upon the date, I'd be interested.

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Possible for me also. I have never heard of the class running only one day. You sure about that?

Later,

Chuck

PS: If it can be one day, do the class on Saturday and have a match on Sunday and we could lawyer the crap out of one another :sight:

Edited by ChuckS

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Possible for me also. I have never heard of the class running only one day. You sure about that?

Later,

Chuck

PS: If it can be one day, do the class on Saturday and have a match on Sunday and we could lawyer the crap out of one another :sight:

You are correct, it is a 2 day course!

Edited by ukxpat

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It's a two day course. The first day is spent in the classroom learning the rules and going through a workbook. The second day is spent on the range doing live fire practices running shooters. The first day is quite a bit longer, usually 6 to 8 hours. The second day is only a half day.

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Also I forgot to mention that all students must be current USPSA members.

Actually, you can join USPSA at the seminar, if you aren't already a member. The instructor will have membership forms--just write the check to USPSA, and he'll send it in with the class paperwork. You'll be listed as "pending" on the roster, but that gets corrected as soon as your membership is processed, and when the HQ staff processes your certification paperwork, you're good to go.

Troy

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Also I forgot to mention that all students must be current USPSA members.

Actually, you can join USPSA at the seminar, if you aren't already a member. The instructor will have membership forms--just write the check to USPSA, and he'll send it in with the class paperwork. You'll be listed as "pending" on the roster, but that gets corrected as soon as your membership is processed, and when the HQ staff processes your certification paperwork, you're good to go.

Troy

Excellent info, thank you!

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