RANGE SAFETY RULES
ANY UNSAFE PRACTICES OR FAILURE TO FOLLOW RANGE RULES CAN AND WILL RESULT IN BEING ASKED TO LEAVE DUE TO INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS
ALL BAGS AND CASES ARE SUBJECT TO INSPECTION
For safety, all firearms must be cased and unloaded or holstered – holstered firearms must be on person. If you do not have a case, please come into the facility without the firearm and we will allow you to borrow a case. After that, please ensure to have your own, or you can purchase one in store.
Firearms should NOT be unholstered or uncased unless at the shooting stall or with the permission of a staff member.
All rifle ammunition will be inspected for steel projectiles, tracers, or anything that sticks to a magnet, as such ammunition is PROHIBITED in the range to prevent damage to our steel traps or create sparks that can cause a fire.
To make the inspection process faster, please bring in all rifle magazines unloaded.
ABSOLUTELY no uncased firearms outside of the stall, and firearms must be always pointed down range. For the safety of the staff and other patrons using the range, you will be asked to leave for the day if this rule is broken. We will provide audio and video of the incident.
No firearms, cases, bags, or personal items outside of stall red line.
No transferring firearms between stalls unless it’s cased and uncased in the next stall.
Eye and ear protection must be always worn.
No low cut shirts.
Shoes must not have open tops, sides, or backs.
Only one person inside the stall with a loaded firearm at a time.
No hand-to-hand transfers of firearms.
No drawing from the holster
Minors must be able to safely handle and operate the firearm without assistance, and must be accompanied by a legal guardian and not left unattended with a firearm
No loose powder for muzzleloaders, only Pyrodex pellets
No head shots or game targets under 10 yards.
Acoustical tile baffle strikes will result in the charge of a $1 per strike damage fee.
In the event of a MALFUNCTION, place your firearm down, muzzle facing downrange, and contact the nearest Range Safety Officer
In an EMERGENCY, a cease-fire will be called and lights will flash on and off. At this time, immediately stop and place firearm on the stall bench, muzzle facing downrange, and take a step back, remaining in your stall.