safety of every member and our neighbors all rules must be strictly adhered to.
Any infraction of these rules will be
subject to disciplinary action by the Board of Directors as specified in the
must have their membership card on their person and in open view while on club
property and must upon request by an
officer or board member present the membership card for review.
The officer or board member has the right to hold the member’s card and
suspend the membership until the member appears at a board of directors meeting
for review and if necessitated disciplinary action.
Indoor range hours are from 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM, seven days a week.
Shooting outside of these hours is strictly prohibited.
Shooting on the indoor range is
2. No person under the influence of alcohol or drugs shall use the indoor range.
alcohol or illegal drugs are allowed on the indoor range.
member (Life, Senior, Junior, or
Honorary) shall shoot on
the indoor range before being checked out by a Range Instructor after a general
meeting or at a time prearranged by the two. If one fails to qualify the
first time they must practice for at least two weeks on the outdoor range.
That member must then qualify with the
same Range Instructor that they started with, if available. Upon
qualifying, the member's membership card will be stamped, signed and dated, and
their identification record will be updated in the membership database.
Range Qualification is
defined as 10 shots taken using a
handgun with open sights at a standard 50 foot target, with
10 hits anywhere on the paper at a
distance of 50 feet, in conjunction with demonstrating safe firearm handling
techniques the entire time on the range.
Any shot that hits the target carrier will result in failure to qualify.
A Life or senior member may have a single guest on the indoor range for only one
occasion. This guest is not allowed to shoot on the indoor range.
A junior member is not allowed a guest.
junior member may shoot on the indoor range unless qualified and accompanied by
and has constant supervision by a qualified member, parent, or legal guardian.
junior member, 10 years of age or older, may shoot a handgun on the indoor range
with constant supervision by
a qualified member, parent, or legal guardian.
Only one handgun may be fired between the junior member and the parent or
guardian. The junior member and the parent or guardian may not shoot
must be positioned all the way to the backstop when shooting.
hollow point, magnum, incendiary, tracer, or handgun ammunition greater than 45
caliber, center fire rifle ammunition, black powder, or shotguns
are allowed on the indoor range.
smoking on the indoor range at any time.
combat shooting on the indoor range.
Combat shooting is defined as follows:
A simulated encounter, drawing from a
holster, action shooting, or
fight between two parties (or more) usually a person and a foe represented by
various target types and positions utilizing firearms for defensive purposes.
Shooting must not exceed a Timed Fire rate of 5 fairly spaced rounds in 20
must be confined to the firing position you are standing in.
There is no cross lane shooting.
Range shall be kept locked and only qualified members will have the push button
button combination shall be used only by those to whom it was assigned.
The push button combination shall not be divulged to anyone not qualified
to use the Indoor Range. Violation
is immediate loss of membership to the person who is not qualified and the
person who divulged the combination.
17. All shooters are required to pick up their brass and targets.
All misfires are to be placed in the unfired ammunition container located in
19. Eye and Ear protection is required for every person on the range.