RIFLE AND PISTOL RANGE RULES

 

KEEP YOUR WEAPON POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION AT ALL TIMES 

Your Safety is NO Accident

OBEY ALL POSTED RULES - ANY VIOLATION IS CAUSE FOR REMOVAL

No Horseplay is Allowed on the Range

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  1. SIGN IN BEFORE YOU SHOOT

  2. DO NOT, UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES, SHOOT BEYOND THE POSTED NO SHOOTING TIME.

  3. Eye & ear protection required for everyone on range and immediate vicinity, including spectators.

  4. ALWAYS point your gun in a safe direction. Keep all firearms pointed down range at all times.

  5. Always keep guns unloaded until ready to fire, unless otherwise directed by firearms instructor.

  6. Always keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.

  7. When shooting adjacent to other, coordinate going down range.

  8. Stand behind benches unless going forward to check a target.

  9. When anyone is down range checking a target STEP AWAY FROM & DO NOT HANDLE FIREARMS.

  10. Armor piercing and tracer ammunition prohibited.

  11. ABSOLUTELY no machine gun or full auto firing, or anything that sounds like it.

  12. No shooting of less than 75 yards on rifle range, except for scheduled training.

  13. No steel targets, except at supervised shoots.

  14. Use PAPER TARGETS ONLY mounted on backer.

  15. Barrels, veggies, fruits, cans, bottles, expended cases and hulls, or other trash are not targets.

  16. Shoot only perpendicular to target.

  17. Do not shoot above backstop, shoot only into east berm.

  18. Position targets at back of range, move shooters up to close distance.

  19. Gun empty & action open when people are down range, unless holstered, slung or grounded.

  20. Load only when prepared to fire, or on instructor/Range Officer’s order.

  21. Pick up your expended cases and hulls, remove used targets and trash from range.

  22. When two or more shooters are on the range designate a leader to enforce posted range rules.

  23.  Require safe handling of firearms, check that all used targets, cartridges and trash is picked up.

  24. Know your target and what is beyond.

 

If you have any questions, ask first. Safety is of the greatest importance. Shooters are responsible for their own safety and the safety of others. Think safety first, be aware of safety and firearms etiquette at all times. Safe and enjoyable shooting is a matter of good judgment, care and courtesy.