Only paper targets and the metal targets provided by the club are authorized on the outdoor ranges.
Using the club ranges
You must sign in before using the ranges and sign out when you are done. Please print your name and card # with your time in and time out. If you bring a guest be sure they sign in with you. Put your card # on the guest's sign-in line as well as the guest's waiver number. See range sign in areas at the club for guest waiver forms and information.
The range is being monitored by the range officers and they have a great concern about how the target area is being destroyed. They have taken the time to patch the backboard to see how members shoot. If you can’t hit your target and you’re hitting wood, you might want to move forward until you zero your firearm in. Range rules are posted.
Outside Range Hours
Open from 10:00 a.m. till sunset. Please don't stay longer. This will be enforced.
The number of guests one member can bring to the rifle range is limited to one person. This rule was initiated because of safety concerns as well as insuring our members have access to our facilities. Thanks for your cooperation – Board of Directors
Guest fees are $5 each per visit. There is a box in the front hall and a box downstairs. Immediate family (under 18 yrs.) will not be charged.
There is new a waiver of liability form that ALL GUESTS must read and sign before using any of our ranges. These forms are numbered and only need to be filled out once per person in their lifetime. Please use the Waiver Form number on the form when singing a guest in. If they are a frequent guest, write their Waiver Form number on the back of your membership card for future reference.
Please Help Clean Up
Please take your pizza boxes and large cardboard home with you, or place then in our dumpster. There is way too much garbage for us to keep the ranges clean. If you see someone else leaving a mess, please let us know.
Please pick up your brass
There has been way too much brass left on the ground at the ranges, especially at the 25 and 50 yard ranges. Often you will see members picking up brass left by other members. It doesn’t take much, only a few minutes to pick up the empty brass that you have used. Help keep our ranges clean and pick up your brass when done shooting.