1. Only ONE shooter at a time may fire from the shooting lane.
  2. All firearms must be unloaded and cased upon entry and exit of the range.  All loading and unloading will be conducted while in the shooting booth with the firearm safely pointed downrange.  All guns that are "benched" should be unloaded, action open, and magazine removed.  No firearm handling will be allowed OUTSIDE  of the shooting booth.
  3. Shooters are to fire only ONE firearm at a time.  When finished, unload and case the firearm before uncasing the next firearm.  Under NO circumstances may a loaded firearm be passed to another person.  A firearm will be considered loaded if a magazine is inserted and/or firearm is in a closed, locked condition.
  4. Should the Range Safety Officer feel the need to inspect any shooter's firearm for safety considerations, they have the authority to do so at any time.  All ammunition may be inspected and will be subject to approval by Range Safety Officer.  Make sure your ammunition is correct for the firearm you will be shooting.  Know and understand how your firearm works and understand operation of all safety features.  If you have questions about your firearm, please ask the Range Safety Officer.  NO loaded magazines or clips OUTSIDE of the range.
  5. Eye and ear protection is MANDATORY at all times.
  6. Shirt and shoes MUST be worn at all times.  Sandals, flip flops, open toed shoes, low cut shirts or tank tops are NOT allowed on the range.  Ejected brass can burn the skin.
  7. Food, beverage, smoking, gum or tobacco is NOT permitted inside the range.  Cell phone usage (including texting, tweeting and taking photos) is strictly PROHIBITED on the range.
  8. Handgun and rifle ammunition may not exceed 3,600 fps.  Black power firearms, birdshot, tracer, armor piercing, steel core ammunition, or reloads are PROHIBITED on the range.  Since quality and standards of reloaded ammunition cannot be readily assessed or evaluated, only commercial ammunition will be allowed on the range.
  9. Shooters are PROHIBITED to go beyond the firing line at any time.  Ammo, brass or casings MAY NOT be retrieved from in front of the firing line.  If you want to save your brass for reloading, we recommend the use of a brass catcher attached to the firearm.
  10. A cease fire command may be called by anyone and must be obeyed immediately.  When the cease fire is called, the shooter MUST:  Stop Shooting Immediately -- Remove your finger from the trigger -- Keep firearm pointed downrange, place it on the shooting bench and step away -- Wait for further instructions from the Range Safety Officer.
  11. Shooters are to obey the instructions of the Range Safety Officer at ALL times.  The Range Safety Officer will provide guidance and adhere to all safety protocol.  If a shooter refuses to abide by the instructions, the Range Safety Officer will have the authority to remove the shooter from the premises IMMEDIATELY.  If the violation on the shooter's part is more severe (i.e. disrespecting or confrontational behavior towards the Range Safety Officer or any other range staff, firearm safety violation, or violation of range safety rules), the Range Safety Officer will have the authority to impose other sanctions which could result in the cancellation of the shooters membership or loss of range privileges.  Range fees and memberships are non-transferable and non-refundable if shooter violates range and safety rules.
  12. Use only paper or cardboard targets.  We do not allow metal or steel targets on the range.
  13. Rapid firing, cross lane firing on targets or drawing from a holster is NOT permitted.  Uncontrolled shooting resulting in damage to target system, equipment or backstop is strictly PROHIBITED.  Violators will have range privileges revoked and shooter will be liable for ALL damages.
  14. Report all accidental discharges, misfires or malfunctions to a staff member or the Range Safety Officer.  If your firearms malfunctions, signal the Range Safety Officer to assist you.  You should NOT leave the firing line with a jammed or loaded firearm without the supervision of the Range Safety Officer.  If you experience a negligent discharge behind the firing line and the incident causes property damage, you will be immediately removed from the range.  Upon review of the incident, the Range Safety Officer will have the option to revoke your membership.
  15. Individuals under the influence of alcohol, illegal drugs, or impairing legal drugs; or if that individual's presence or handling of firearms violates any Federal, State or Local law or court order are strictly PROHIBITED on the range.
  16. Report any unsafe practices/conditions or range injuries to the Range Safety Officer immediately.  Advise range personnel of any medical condition which could create a "safety issue" for you or others.  Failure to abide by these rules may result in a reprimand and/or removal from the range.
  17. Children must be at least 6 years old to shoot.  Minors ages 6-17 MUST be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian who can sign the range waiver and stay with them at ALL times.