DEFCON SHOOT REGISTRATION
REGISTRATION AND LANE RENTAL
The DEFCON Shoot has a pretty significant degree of planning and logistics. Staff members (RSOs and Security folk) have identifying vests, hopefully radios, etc. Shooting lanes have canopies overhead to shield us from the sun and tables so that firearms aren't down in the dirt while not in use. A hangout tent will have first aid supplies, extra eyes and ears, and plenty of free water for all in attendance.
This does mean that there are registration and lane rental fees. I need some way of estimating and then regulating how many people will be in attendance and keeping the lines safe.
PRE-REGISTRATION FOR THE DEFCON SHOOT HAS ENDED.
WE WILL STILL ACCEPT CASH ON-SITE FOR ALL WHO SHOW UP.
ALL ON-SITE CASH REGISTRATIONS ARE $25
(I'll STILL DISCOUNT MILITARY FOLK... $20 FOR YOU ALL, THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE.)
EXACT CHANGE, PLEASE, OR ELSE WE'LL ROUND UP TO THE NEAREST BILL THAT YOU HAVE. ;-)
PICKING UP YOUR BADGES
The plan in place for authenticating who is who when people pick up their attendee badges and lane passes will be the email address tied to your PayPal account and the PayPal Transaction ID string that is generated when you process your registration online. I will have a list with your email address (the one used when you did your PayPal checkout) and these Transaction ID strings. If you do not have this code with you at the DC Shoot then it will be a LOT harder to get you badged-in. I'll do my best to accomodate people if they lose or forget this code, but it won't be easy without internet access out in the wilderness.
Also, if you are registering using one of the discounted rates, you will need to bring your Military ID or your foreign passport to the DEFCON Shoot in order to pick up your discounted badge. If you fail to do so, you'll need to have someone whom i personally know that can vouch for you.
Please note that i am certainly not expecting each participant to pay for a badge AND a lane. All you need to be part of the event is to register and have your badge. Anyone can use any lane, as long as it's an active lane. Whomever rents the lane is in charge there, and multiple people can share... as long as there aren't simultaneous shooters firing at the exact same time.
The people who are signing up as RSOs and Security volunteers do NOT need to register for a standard participant badge and they will also be able to make use of a few staff lanes that i'm setting aside. Those people are more than welcome, however, to reserve a private lane for their own use if they wish when they're not on-shift.