General Club Policies


  • 1. GUN ACTIONS/BREACHES WILL REMAIN OPEN AT ALL TIMES WHEN HANDLED.
  • 2. ALWAYS KEEP YOUR FINGER OFF THE TRIGGER UNTIL READY TO SHOOT.
  • 3. DO NOT LOAD UNTIL YOU ARE IN/ON YOU'RE SHOOTING STATION.
  • 4. RE-OPEN ACTIONS IMMEDIATELY BEFORE LEAVING A STATION.
  • 5. NEVER GO ONTO THE FIELDS; NEVER PASS THE SKEET OR TRAP HOUSES.
  • 6. NEVER SHOOT UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS OR ALCOHOL.
  • 7. SHOOTERS MUST WEAR EYE AND EAR PROTECTION.
  • 8. USE TARGET LOADS ONLY WITH NO SHOTSIZE LARGER THAN 7-1/2; NO SLUG'S OR SABOTS.
  • 9. CONFIRM YOUR GUN IS SAFE TO OPERATE.
  • 10. ALL SHOTGUN STOCKS MUST BE FIXED AND PERMANENT.
  • 11. SHOTGUN BARRELS, OTHER THAN YOUTH MODELS, SHALL BE A MINIMUM LENGTH OF 22 INCHES.
  • 12. NEVER LEAVE YOUR GUN(S) UNATTENTED; GUNS ON RACKS SHOULD BE REMOVED WHEN YOU LEAVE THAT AREA.
  • 13. EMPTY CASINGS AND HULLS ARE CLUB PROPERTY. NO ONE IS ALLOWED TO KEEP THEM WITHOUT PERMISSION ONCE THEY HIT THE GROUND.
  • 14. MISFIRED/DUD SHELL(S) ARE TO BE KEPT IN THE SHOOTER'S POSSESION OR TURNED IN TO THE RANGE SAFETY OFFICER (RSO) FOR DISPOSAL; AT NO TIME SHOULD AN UNFIRED SHELL BE PLACED IN WASTE BINS.
  • 15. ALWAYS CHECK THE BARREL WITH A RAM-ROD AFTER ANY ABNORMAL DISCHARGE.
  • 16. SHOOTERS MUST LOAD FROM A STANDING POSTURE (NO LOADING FROM THE GROUND) POUCHES ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST.
  • 17. UPON THE CALL OF A "CEASE FIRE", STOP SHOOTING AND UNLOAD UNTIL YOU ARE INSTRUCTED TO RESUME SHOOTING.
  • 18. ONLY SHOOTERS. STAFF, OFFICIALS, AND RSO'S ARE ALLOWED BEYOND THE ROPE LINE. OBSERVERS/NON SHOOTERS MUST REMAIN BEHIND THE ROPE LINE AT ALL TIMES.
  • 19. INDIVIDUALS THAT HAVE NEVER SHOT TRAP BEFORE WILL BE REQUIRED TO SHOOT THEIR FIRST ROUND ON A SQUAD WITH OTHER EXPERIENCED SHOOTERS OR UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF AN EXPERIENCED INDIVIDUAL AUTHORIZED BY THE RANGE OFFICER.
  • 20. USE OF THE PATTERN BOARD IS AT THE DISCRETION OF THE CENTER MANAGER.
  • 21. ALL YOUTH SHOOTERS MUST GAVE THEIR FIREARM SAFETY CERTIFICATE WITH THEM TO SHOOT.
  • 22. NO ONE UNDER THE AGE OF SIXTEEN (16) YEARS OLD SHALL SHOOT OR HANDLE FIREARMS WITHOUT ADULT SUPERVISION.
  • 23. SCHEDULED PATRON SHOOTING GROUPS SHALL BE ASSIGNED AN RSO, TO SUPERVISE SHOOTING ACTIVITIES, UNLESS THAT GROUP PROVIDES SANCTIONED OR AN AUTHORIZED SAFETY OBSERVER(S).
  • 24. SPECIAL SHOOTING COMPETITIONS OR "GAMES" WHICH ALTER THE SHOOTING STATIONS OR TYPICAL FIRING LINE, SHALL NOT COMMENCED WITHOUT THE PERMISSION OF THE CENTER'S MANAGER ON DUTY, OR A THEN PRESENT RANGE SAFETY OFFICER.

Pistol/Rifle Range Policies


  • 1. .50 CALIBER RIFLES ARE NOT ALLOWED.
  • 2. NO STEEL OR TRACER AMMUNITION ALLOWED.
  • 3. FOR PISTOL/RIFLE RANGE YOUTH POLICIES, PLEASE SEE BELOW.

Youth Policies


General Youth Policy
  • 1. ALL YOUTH SHOOTERS MUST HAVE A FIREARMS SAFETY CERTIFICATE WITH THEM IN ORDER TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY SHOOTING ACTIVITIES.
  • 2. ALL YOUTH SHOOTERS UNDER 16 MUST HAVE ADULT SUPERVISION.
Youth Policy - Indoor Range
  • 1. SHOOTERS 12 - 15 YRS OLD CAN ONLY SHOOT .22 RIFLES WITH ADULT SUPERVISION.
  • 2. SHOOTERS 16 - 17 YRS OLD CAN SHOOT ANY CALIBER RIFLE IN THE INDOOR RANGE WITH ADULT SUPERVISION.
  • 3. SHOOTERS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 ARE NOT ALLOWED TO SHOOT HANDGUN