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Everyone must follow the Four Basic Firearm Safety Rules:


* Treat all firearms as if they are loaded.


This means don't point your firearm at anything you don't want to destroy, including your own body.


* Keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.                                                    


* Be sure of your target/threat foreground and background.


* Always secure your firearm in a safe manner. 


Range Safety Officers have the right to inspect all firearms, ammunition and equipment at any time.   

  1. All targets must be approved by the Range Safety Officer.

  2. Range Safety Officers can remove anyone being unsafe or careless and void membership should such conduct warrant.

  3. If you have questions or concerns ask your Range Safety Officer.

  4. All local, state and federal laws must be obeyed.

  5. "Cease Fire" means freeze in place. If shooting, place firearm on tray pointed down range.

  6. Casing and uncasing of firearms only in shooting booth.

  7. Load and unload firearms only on the firing line while standing in your shooting booth.

  8. All firearms must be pointed down range except when holstering.

  9. Use of holster has to be approved by Range Safety Officer only after assessment of your skill level. If any problems occur with your firearm, leave the firearm pointed down range on tray in your shooting booth and contact a Range Safety Officer.

  10. Hearing and eye protection must be worn at all times on the range.

  11. No one is allowed forward of the firing line.

  12. No shoulder holsters, cross draw or appendix holsters allowed on range.

  13. Cross lane firing is prohibited. Shoot at your own target and do not change lanes.

  14. Brass can be picked up only if it lands in your shooting booth inside the marked designated area and as long as you don't disrupt other shooters.

  15. No food or drink allowed on the range.

  16. Wash hands as soon as possible once you leave the range area.

  17. No one is allowed on the range if under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

  18. Shooters under 18 years old must be accompanied by parent or legal guardian.

  19. No firearm handling behind the red line out of holster or case.

  20. Be courteous and aware of other shooters around you.

  21. Notify Range Safety Officer of any unsafe practices on the range.

  22. All Class III firearms must be checked in at the range desk.

  23. No black powder firearms allowed.

  24. Any person firing at lights, ceiling baffles, walls, carriers or any other range property or equipment will have their membership suspended or revoked.

  25. All shooters will be held accountable and will pay for any damages caused including replacement and installation charges for intentional damage.

  26. Full automatic firearms are allowed at the discretion of the Range Safety Officer after an assessment of skill level. Proper paperwork must be presented.

  27. Standard commercial and reloaded ammunition is permitted. No tracers, steel core, incendiary, armor piercing, gas or explosive ammunition permitted. No tannerite.

  28. Maximum of two persons in a shooting booth. Only one person shooting at a time. Only one firearm out at a time.

  29. Membership ID or Range Pass must be displayed at all times when on the range.

  30. Please follow these rules while using the range. Violations will be enforced. Violators may be asked to leave the facility, and subject to criminal and/or civil sanctions.

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