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Before shooting on any of these ranges you must read the Safety Rules, the Shotgun Sports Rules and Rifle & Pistol Rules pages. People who violate range rules may be subject to immediate ejection and forfeiture of all range fees. Range masters and management reserve the right to revoke memberships for serious violations.

Range Matrix

There are 8 rifle/pistol ranges. A, B and D are rifle ranges. F and G are pistol ranges. C (right side only), E and H are combined rifle/pistol/shotgun ranges. All rounds must impact the back berm on each range without striking the ground.

The Range Master’s written permission is required to shoot any binary-type triggers. These are triggers which shoot one round when the trigger is pulled, and another round when the trigger is released.

The graph below shows the types of firearms allowed on each range, and the minimum and maximum target distances.

Range Matrix October 2016

 

Special Target Types

N = Not Allowed
P = Only Allowed With Range Safety Officer Permission
*P = Only Allowed With Range Safety Officer Permission and with additional restrictions (listed below table)

Range
A B C (left) C (right) D E F G H
Tannerite P P *P N N N N N N
Metal P P *P *P *P *P *P *P *P

*All targets on C (left), all targets on C (right), metal targets on D:
The target must be at least 100 yards down range.

* Metal targets on E:
Only for pistols or rimfire rifles.

* Metal targets on F, metal targets on G, metal targets on H:
The target must be at least 15 yards down range.

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