Action Shooting & Grappling

Mountain Ranch Retreat

June 11 - 13 2021



Guidance Steel Target Shooting, Bay Jiu-Jitsu, and Rdojo.com are excited to present a 3-day training camp held on a private ranch near Yosemite, California. In this camp students will learn some advanced grappling skills as well as be introduced to the exciting sport of action shooting!

Camp classes taught by Reilly Bodycomb

  • Pan-Am Sambo Champion

  • BJJ Black Belt

  • Class-A SCSA Competition Shooter

  • California DOJ Firearms Instructor

To attend this camp students should have at least one year of grappling experience and be prepared for rigorous physical training. There is no skill requirement for the shooting aspect of the training as long as the student is legally allowed to possess a firearm in the USA. All ammunition and firearms are provided. If you have any questions about the camp, please email guidancesteel@gmail.com for more information.




Campers will start off by learning the fundamentals of marksmanship and firearms safety. After that we will go over the basic principles and techniques of "Action Shooting," a category of shooting sports that involves elements like shooting multiple targets quickly, fast drawing from a holster, speed reloading firearms, and safely moving between shooting positions. 

Participants will get to work with a variety of firearms, including semi-automatic handguns and rifles, cowboy era single-action firearms, and clay shooting shotguns.




Guard Retention Alternatives

Our first session will go over alternatives to shrimping and traditional guard recovery in a way that increases your potential attacks when reversing positions.

Dominant and Dynamic Top Control

Our second session will be on how to integrate all of your top control positions and introduce an alternative to back attacks that keep you near the top position.

Getting Fights To The Ground

In our third session we will explore the best footwork for entering into takedowns in a striking environment, as well as the most efficient and powerful ways of getting fights to the ground.



Our private ranch has over 100 acres of sprawling nature, a gun range, a bunk house, a grappling gym, a swimming pool, an outdoor grill, a fire pit, a mini-bike with a side car, and a coop full of lovable chickens!


  • Transportation from Fresno Airport (FAT) on Thursday, June 10th
  • Lodging in our bunk house (You have the option to camp in the wilderness if you bring your own tent!)
  • Daily grappling lessons and training session!
  • Daily shooting instruction and range practice time!
  • Competition quality firearms are provided!
  • All ammunition needed for the camp is provided!
  • Gunshot wound treatment course taught by a licensed EMT, where you can earn a "Stop The Bleed" certificate.
  • Complimentary fireside welcome dinner on first night of camp.
  • Daily pool parties!
  • Trip to local lake for a BBQ and swimming!




(In the event of a personal emergency,

your registration can be transferred to a new party or saved for a future camp)



Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need any shooting experience?
Not at all! This camp is well suited to new shooters.
Do I need any grappling experience?
Yes. Students should have at least one year of submission grappling experience to attend this camp.
Do I need any equipment?
No Gi grappling gear for 3 days of training would be a must. Your own towel and flip flops for showering would also be a good idea. You do not need to have any firearm equipment.
Can I bring my own guns and ammo?
Yes! Students can use their own firearms in the camp provided they are California legal. If students bring their own ammo they can get extra training time to work on the more advanced stuff you don't normally get to do on a public gun range.
Be sure to closely follow the TSA laws on flying with a firearm as seen HERE. Furthermore, be sure your handgun follows California laws. Check HERE for details.
Where do I fly into?
Fresno FAT on Thursday, June 10th. Transportation will be provided from the airport to our ranch.
Can I bring my family?
Yes, as long as you also bring a tent and camping supplies, as the bunk house will not be able to sustain anyone beyond the 10 camp attendees.
Who do I ask if I have any other questions?
email guidancesteel@gmail.com for more information.