Burbank Rifle and Revolver Club
A sports club specializing in Highpower rifle training and competition. A California Non-Profit Corporation. Affiliated with CMP, NRA, CRPA. Established in 1926..
Is the BRRC range open to the public?
Yes and No. BRRC's facilities are for the use of members and their guests. We are not a commercial business and --unlike commercial ranges -- are without the resources to host a general public shooting facility.
The club does host training clinics and competitions that are open to non-member and member participants. Our competitions, such as our program of the monthly NRA Approved matches and CMP Sanctioned clinics and matches, are open to non-members. We also offer other training opportunities that are open to the public. Check the Events page for details.
Can the BRRC range be used for a member's personal commercial for-profit activities?
No. The use of the range by members is limited to recreational activities only. It is against club policy for a member to use the range for personal for-profit purposes.
What are the responsibilities of a member bringing guests?
In all cases when bringing a guest, the sponsoring member must ensure that all the guests have read the Range Rules, signed the Waiver of Liability, pay the guest fee, and adhere to range rules during their visit. A member may bring a maximum of two guests without prior approval (email firstname.lastname@example.org).
The sponsoring member is also to be the Range Safety Officer supervising their guests. This includes responsibility to ensure,
What are the guest fees and what is my responsibility?
Guest fees at $10.00 per guest per day. The sponsoring member is financially responsible for collecting the guest fees and leaving the fee and waiver in the drop box at the range. The fees must be accompanied by a signed Waiver for each guest for that visit.
Can my group have exclusive occupation of a portion of the range?
No. It is club policy that casual visits by members with or without guests to the range is a shared use recreational activity where all members share common use of the range. It is against club policy for a member to preclude another member from making use of those parts of the facility open for recreational use on given day.
Only official club events as designated through the BRRC Activities Chairman may be given sole use of a portion of the club's faciities. These will generally be club related competitions, training, or other special events. To the extent possible, BRRC's official events are choreographed and de-conflicted so as to minimize impact on recreational use by club members. Notices of club events are published on the www.brrc.org website.