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Sat, Jul 16


Rifle Ranch

Night Hike & Shoot

Hike your way in and stretch out the legs on your DMR and pistol setup!

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Night Hike & Shoot
Night Hike & Shoot

Time & Location

Jul 16, 2022, 4:00 PM EDT – Jul 17, 2022, 12:00 AM EDT

Rifle Ranch, Co Rd 526, Alabama 36263, USA

About the event

GA Firing Line's Night Hike and Shoot event is a chance to test all your gear working together engaging pistol targets while using your night vision or white light from 2-25yds and rifle targets from 50-300yds. Participants will be seperated into 2 groups; those with night vision, and those with white light.

(Suppressors are prefered but not required) 

 Participants will hike everything they need for the day with them (ammo, food, water, etc). Total hike distance will be 1.8 miles over hilly terrain shooting both pistol and rifle at every stage. Each leg of the hike ranges from .2-.4 of a mile. Once you arrive at each stage you will engage close targets with your pistol then engage rifle targets out to 750yds from improvised positions with your rifle. Participants are encouraged to bring 100 rifle rounds and 100 pistol rounds. That being said the round count will be at the shooters discretion. Both of the safety officers are long range instructors so we will be there to help you gets your hits if you have never shot your DMR gun that far. Spots are limited so make sure you sign-up quick.

Required equipment:

-Nightvision + compatible aiming device (optic or IR laser)

- Head lamp or handheld light


-Rifle with minimum 3x magnified optic

-100rds of quality (especially the rifle) ammunition for each firearm

-Quality backpack to hike all your gear

-Food and water

No steel core or armor piercing ammo (if it has a green tip don’t bring it). No rear facing holsters/cross draw chest rig, or Blackhawk Serpa holsters. Rifle must have an optic

We strongly recommend to following:

-Maks sure you can manipulate your guns in the dark (loading, unloading

-Make sure all of your ammo is the same. Changing ammo mid day doesn’t go well.

-Make sure your rifle is zeroed at 50yds or 100yds prior to the day of the shoot.

-Rifles must have a sling.

-Practice transitioning for pistol to rifle and rifle to pistol.

-Practice moving around obstacles without pointing your firearm behind you (we do a lot of multi-directional movement)

-While you can shoot the event with a red dot on your rifle we strongly recommend a magnified optic.

-We recommend a magazine fed rifle that holds at least 10 rounds.

-Put all your gear on. Walk around with it. Make sure nothing is terrible.

-We are hiking over diverse terrain so you will want appropriate footwear.

-You will get in the dirt and brush so be ready to get your stuff dirty.

If you have any questions email Peter Renwick at


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