The following are some of the rules intended to make the range a safe and enjoyable place for our customers. The Line Range Officers operating the lines are responsible for the safe operation of that line and are the arbiters of what is and is not safe on the line. If you have any concerns; please address them to the Range Officer running the check-in desk who will either address your concerns or give you the contact information for the Range Master.

  • Shooters must sign in at the check-in desk. The Check-in Desk Range Officer will check all firearms to insure that they are unloaded and that all shooters have eye and ear protection.
  • Eye and ear protection is required on the range.
  • No alcoholic beverage or drug usage will be allowed on the range. Persons suspected of being under the influence will be required to leave the range.
  • Before allowing shooters to proceed to the firing line the Check-in Desk Range Officer will receive permission from the Line Range Officer.
  • Holstered pistols may be worn ONLY when transiting between the Check-in Desk and the firing lines, and when transiting between firing lines. Holstered pistols MAY NOT be worn while on the firing line.
  • All posted and non-posted rules will be enforced.
  • When the shooters reach the firing line; the Line Range Officer will greet them, inform them of any special conditions that exist, and assign them a position on the line.
  • All firearms must be unloaded with the actions open until the shooter is at the firing point and the firing line is hot.
  • Only paper targets, clay birds (placed midway up on the berm), or those targets specifically approved by the Range Master may be used.
  • Forbidden targets include (but are not limited to)
    • Animals and birds
    • Cans, bottles, glass, ice, and balloons.
    • Fruits and vegetables.
    • Pictures or cartoons representing a certain person or a certain group of people.
  • Cross lane firing is not allowed.
  • Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction (down range or pointed up).
  • No one is allowed down range until the Line Range Officer has declared that “THE LINE IS COLD”.
  • Handling firearms or ammunition is NOT ALLOWED while the range is COLD.
  • The falling plate racks at the right end of the pistol line are for conventional hand gun rounds fired from conventional hand guns.The dueling trees and metal squirrel targets at the left end of the pistol range are for 22 Long Rifle ammunition fired from either hand guns or rifles.
  • The use of incendiary ammunition and targets such as (but not limited to) armor piercing ammunition, tracer ammunition, and Tannerite targets is not allowed.
  • Drawing and firing handguns from holsters is not allowed.
  • Adults are TOTALLY RESPONSIBLE for their children. No one under sixteen is permitted on the range unless supervised by an adult.
  • ANYONE can issue the “CEASE FIRE” command. On the command “CEASE FIRE”; cease fire immediately NO EXCEPTIONS
  • The Range Master or the Line Range Officer may make rules to insure safety. The Range Master or Line Range Officer are the final arbiters of what is or is not safe on the range.