Indoor Range Rules
Please read and understand the Range Rules and Regulations before you proceed to any of the ranges. Please ask any of the Range Officers for clarification if you have any questions.
- Handgun shooters under 21 years old and long gun shooters under 18 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times while on the range.
- Be sure that your firearm is safe to operate and know how to operate it safely.
- Always keep your firearm unloaded, your finger off of the trigger and pointed in a safe direction until ready to fire.
- Never hand a loaded firearm to another person.
- Children must not be left unattended.
- Individuals displaying the effects of, or thought to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol will be prohibited from using any of the ranges.
- Food and beverages are prohibited on the indoor ranges.
- If you observe an unsafe condition, report it to a range officer immediately.
- Use only the correct ammunition for your firearm. If you have any questions, please consult a Range Officer.
- No inexperienced shooters are allowed on any of the ranges without prior instruction, coaching, and approval of the Range Officer.
- No pregnant women are allowed on the range for health reasons.
- Eye and ear protection must be worn at all times while on the range.
Only a maximum of three people are allowed per shooting position, with only two allowed in the range at the same time.
- Steel, armor piercing, tracer, military surplus, and unjacketed ammunition are prohibited. Ammunition will be inspected and tested by the Range Officers. Repeated violation of this rule will result in permanent barring from the range.
- Only regulation paper targets are allowed to be used on the range. The Range Officers reserve the right to prohibit targets that are deemed to be offensive or unsafe. Use the appropriately sized target that is placed at eye level to ensure that the bullets will enter the bullet trap. Rifle and shotgun shooters must use a large silhouette targets.
- Uncased firearms must be kept at the firing line, at all times. Case and uncase them at the firing line only.
- Only load your firearm when you are on the firing line, keeping the muzzle pointed downrange at all times. Keep actions open when not shooting.
No handgun drawing from a holster is allowed, without the prior approval of the Range Officer.
- If you have a malfunction or a jam that you cannot clear, lay the firearm on the bench while keeping the muzzle pointed downrange, and ask the Range Officer for assistance. Never remove a jammed or malfunctioning firearm from the range without prior approval from the Range Officer.
- When you finish shooting, unload and re-case your firearm before leaving the shooting position. Pick up only your own brass that is behind the firing line, and please place your trash in the receptacle.
- Never extend any part of your body forward of the firing line for any reason.
- Range officers are authorized to remove any shooter whose behavior is detrimental to the safe operations of any of the ranges. Commands issued by any Range Officer must be followed immediately.