San Bernardino County Sheriff CCW Re-Qualification
Third Friday of each month – 5:00 pm | Fourth Sunday of each month – 3:00 pm
We may schedule additional dates. Check Eventbrite for current schedule.
What to Bring
- Your CCW.
- Up to 3 guns that you are putting on your permit
- A minimum of 30 rounds of ammunition for each gun (must be factory new, no re-loads or steel core)
- Eye & Ear Protection
Transport and arrive with your firearms in a LOCKED CASE (soft or hard sided). DO NOT uncase your firearm(s) until instructed to do so. This includes your carry gun. Do not come on AVGC property with a loaded gun or loaded magazines.
If you have questions or concerns, PLEASE EMAIL them to firstname.lastname@example.org. You will receive a response within 24 hours. PLEASE DO NOT CALL.
You must preregister through Eventbrite. Walk-ins are not allowed.
If you have general questions regarding CCW permits/re-qualifications, please visit the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department Website: https://wp.sbcounty.gov/sheriff/ccw-faq/ For CCW permits in other counties, please see your respective law enforcement website.
You will be signing the following when you arrive:
CCW Range Safety Rules
- DO NOT BRING A LOADED FIREARM ONTO OUR RANGE! THIS INCLUDES YOUR CARRY GUN!
- ALWAYS keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction. (Down range)
- ALWAYS keep your finger off the trigger until you’re ready to shoot. (Master Grip)
- ALWAYS keep your gun unloaded until you’re ready to shoot.
- No guests/spectators are allowed.
- Hearing and eye protection are mandatory!
Anyone can call for a cease fire if they see anything unsafe. If you have a malfunction, keep your muzzle pointed at your target and work through your issue, then continue firing. Do Not raise your hand and ask an instructor to fix your firearm. You need to know how to clear any malfunctions you might encounter. There is wildlife on our range. If you see anything on the range or beyond the targets, let an instructor know immediately.
Instructors have 1st Aid/Trauma kits and there is an AED located in the pistol shack. In the event someone suffers a gunshot wound or other major injury, the Training Cadre will make the necessary calls and handle the situation. Clear your firearm and step back off the range.
When you are on the firing line there will be no talking to other shooters. If you have a question, raise your hand and an instructor will respond. Once you’re on the firing line, you will NEVER step off the firing line until instructed to do so, and you will NEVER bend over on the firing line until instructed to do so.
If an Instructor sees anything unsafe, we will correct you. If you continue to display unsafe behavior you will be removed from the firing line and escorted off the property.
OUR NUMBER ONE PRIORITY IS THE SAFETY OF EVERYONE ON THE RANGE!