Starting Friday, August 26th, the 50 and 100-yard rifle ranges will be shut down for a contracted 130 days for Construction via States contract. The 200 will remain open and we are trying to make some small arraignments for deer rifle sight-ins at 50 yards and 100yrds.
All shooters will observe the following safety rules:
ALWAYS KEEP THE GUN POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION.
ALWAYS KEEP YOUR FINGER OFF THE TRIGGER UNTIL READY TO SHOOT.
ALWAYS KEEP THE GUN UNLOADED UNTIL READY TO USE.
Fire only authorized firearms and ammunition.
Only load firearms on the firing line and after the RSO (if present) has given the command to load or that The Line is HOT.
No shooting across firing lanes.
Any shooter should give the command “Cease Fire” if an unsafe condition occurs. On a “Cease Fire” command firearms must be benched, actions open, and facing up with chambers empty and muzzles pointed in a safe direction.
Firearms must be benched (actions open and facing up, chambers empty, and muzzles pointing in a safe direction) when the flashig lights are on, indicating people may be down range. If you are not changing targets when the flashing light is on STAY behind the Yellow line.
Shoot only from the designated firing line.
Fire at authorized paper targets held in the provided stands only. No glass, metal, box, or other targets are allowed.
Insure all projectiles impact within the established range safety limits.
Appropriate ear protection is required.
Appropriate eye protection is required.
Notify RSO (Range Safety Officer) or CRSO (Chief Range Safety Officer) of any safety infraction or unsafe equipment.
Firearms that are out of the case and not being fired must be benched, holstered, or in the provided racks.
All shooters are responsible for their guns, ammunition, and other personal property while at the range.
Police all brass, paper, and other debris after shooting.
Shooters may not consume alcoholic beverages or illegal drugs, or any prescription or over the counter drugs that would impair shooting ability while on range property.
Wash hands with cold water before eating, drinking, or smoking to avoid lead contamination.