Facility Outline

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Competition Ranges 1, 2 and 3 Action Ranges

-Handguns, Shotguns, and Rifles permitted.

-Left side of range is approved to be used as a backstop for a distance of 35 meters which is marked by a sign.

-Right side of berm is not permitted to shoot into. A sign is posted.

-Minimum engagement distance of 10 meters for all hard targets, which is marked.

-Target boards must be placed no further than 4 feet from the berm and no higher than 5 feet at the top of the target.

-Rapid fire is permitted on this range at a distance no further than 10 meter and with appropriate qualifications

-This range is for courses, competitions, and RSO use ONLY.

-CRSO(s) may allow members to pattern shotguns on this range if necessary

-Detachable magazines may be loaded while people are downrange

-Competition Range 3 will be available as of January 1, 2014 to members on Saturday and Sunday (when available) ONLY those with qualifications such as IPSC or TDSA will be permitted to use this range.

Range 1 – Action Range

1  Handguns, Shotguns, and Rifles permitted on this range

2  Shotgun shot only is to be used on steel targets placed properly in the bunker

3  No center fire rounds or shotgun slugs are to be used on steel targets

4  Target stands are to be placed as close as possible to the backstop berms and to be a height of no higher than 5 feet at the top of the target

5  Only 3 guns out at any time to allow room for other shooters

6  Holsters are to be used by qualified shooters only on this range, TDSA, IPSC, etc

7  Holsters must meet IPSC standards. Working duty holsters are accepted.

8  Shooters must not leave the action range with a holster firearm.

9  Firearms must be holstered unloaded until the shooter is at the firing line and ready to engage targets or as directed by a range officer.

10 Shooters must be no closer than 10m/yd and no further away than 35m/yd as posted from the targets unless competing in a sanctioned match.

11  Unqualified shooters are not permitted to rapid fire.

12  A safety table must be in place at all times when shooting is in progress (the picnic table can act as on).

13  No ammunition at the safety table at any time.

14  Reloading of mags is permitted while shooters are changing targets.

15  The only approved backstop will be the back berm (no sides).

16  No moving props or targets unless the CFO is notified in writing 15 days prior to a competition.

17  No open toed footwear permitted on the action range at anytime, full shoes or boots are mandatory.

18  There should be no targets placed on the floor or berm.  Target stands are supplied for your use.

Range 2  -  25/50 Yard Range

-Handguns and Rim fire rifles only

-No shot-shells or rifle cartridges allowed

Range 3 – 50 Yard Range

-Shotguns and Rifles permitted

Range 4 – 100/200 Yard Range

-Shotguns and Rifles only

-Rim fire permitted on the first 8 benches (from the left facing downrange). Absolutely NO rimfire is to be shot at the steel gong or bunker

-Benches to the right of the yellow sign are for shooting at the gong ONLY.

-No shooting at the gong from the benches to the left of the yellow sign

Range 5 – Metric Range 40/60/100 Meter

-Shotguns and Rifles only

-Left side benches (facing downrange) may only use the 40/100m targets.- right side benches may only use 60/100m targets

Range 6 & 7 -Trap Fields

-Shotgun only

-#7 ½, #8, and #9 sized shot only

-No hunting loads (i.e. turkey loads)

-Shooters must pick up all spent shells.

-Cost for 25 clays (1 round) $5.00 – must be paid for in advance in the office

-Shooters are permitted to load only one shell at a time when they are prepared to shoot unless shooting doubles, in which case two shells may be loaded

-No trap shooters are permitted to handle the trap machine in any manner.

-Loading and setup of the trap range is to be done by designated RSO’s ONLY.

Training Range

-This range is closed to members and guests

-Use of range is for our new shooter program ONLY