WHAT TO WEAR
We always recommend layers, regardless of the location. Inevitably, the temperatures fluctuate 15-20 degrees.
Closed-toe shoes are a must. Think along the lines of tennis shoes or light hiking boots. Many outdoor ranges are dirt or gravel, and there are lots of loose casings.
Jeans or light hiking pants are best, but wear anything comfortable that you don’t mind getting dirty.
These are optional, but recommended. It’s possible for hot, flying casings to slip down into and behind sunglasses.
No scoop necks or low-cut collars. They catch hot flying casings much easier. Whatever you wear, it will have to be tucked into your waistband, so as not to get caught up in your gun (and trigger guard) while reholstering.
06 Final Tip
Watch out for those little paracords on the zipper tabs on your vest, sweater or jacket. They also get caught on triggers if your top is unzipped. You can cut them, or I can show you a trick when you come to class as to how to get them out of the way.