Thursday, March 24, 2011

Burbank Rifle and Revolver Club - A Unique Place to Shoot in Southern California

The BRRC range sits in a box canyon just beyond the end of Paradise Ranch Road in Castaic, California. BRRC's ranges sit within a canyon protected by two ridges to either side. The property contains a stand of old growth oaks along a creek bed that runs through the canyon. The area makes for excellent primitive camping. The property is full of wildlife and the club is careful to steward the land to maintain a healthy balance between habitat and fire protection. Wildlife is plentiful in the area. As of 2004, rodent and fowl populations are up supporting a healthy population of predators such as rattlesnakes that often exceed 2 1/2 feet in length. Larger predators also patrol the property including birds of prey, cats up to and including mountain lion, coyotes and black bears. Yup, it's the wilderness! The range is unique in the fact that there is only one firing line that utilizes multiple pits. Targets are located at 200, 300 600 and new this year, 1000 yardlines. For more information about this great rifle range click here
To view a slideshow of a recent match I attended click here

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