1. No fully automatic firearms are allowed.
2. If you are an inexperienced shooter, please contact a range officer or a member of the Board of Directors for further assistance.
3. Shooting glasses and ear protectors are MANDATORY for all shooters, referees and trap personnel.
4. Never use alcohol or drugs before or while shooting. This applies equally to medicinal drugs which might impair your reflexes or judgment. If in doubt seek medical advice.
1. Keep the muzzle pointed below the top of the berms (earthern embankment). Dewey is north of the ranges and within range of most rifles.
2. Pistols may be fired on the rifle range.
3. No shotguns on the range unless specified permission granted for slugs near deer season.
4. DO NOT fire high powered rifles or high powered pistols at the metal pistol targets.
5. Any pistol firing rifle shells may ONLY be fired on the rifle range.
6. Pickup and clean the target frames used on the rifle and pistol ranges when finished shooting.
7. Pickup ejected brass and clean your shooting bench area when you are done. There is a trash container next to the target building.
8. Use the target frames as they are designed....one target per frame and do not lean things against the legs as targets.
9. When needing to go down range:
i. Unload their firearm and open the action
ii. Lay firearm on the shooting bench
iii. Step away from the bench or be prepared to go down range
1. Keep the action of your gun open at all times except when standing on the shooting station "ready to shoot". This includes when you are bringing a gun from your vehicle
2. Trap shooters may not load more shells than targets thrown during their turn (1 for singles or 2 for doubles).
3. No shot size larger than 8 may be used on the skeet fields or 7.5 for trap or 5-stand.
4. Never load your gun except when standing on the shooting station ready to shoot.
5. Always unload your gun completely of both live and fired shells before turning around and walking off of the shooting station. Step off with the action open.
6. Never walk directly in front of the low house openings on the skeet fields. You could be struck if a target is released.
7. If an over/under shotgun is carried over the shoulder it must be with the barrels forward.
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