Shooting Range Park Rules & Weapon Safety
All firearms must be in a case.
No caliber restrictions are currently in effect for the range.
No fully automatic firearm fire.
Ammunition restricted: no tracer or self-igniting rounds.
General Shooting Range Rules:
- Keep all firearms pointed straight up or straight down range only.
- All firearms must be in a case or in a holster that completely covers the trigger guard when bringing the firearms from your vehicle to the shooting tables.
- Case and uncase firearms on the front shooting tables, facing straight down range.
- Do not handle firearms behind firing line.
- Treat all firearms as if they were loaded.
- Absolutely no horseplay at anytime.
- No rapid fire.
- When shooting prone or kneeling, shoot in-between tables. The muzzle has to be on the other side of the concrete, the shooter's entire body is on the concrete. Otherwise shoot in the notch in the table.
- No one can draw and fire from a holster.
- Only a sworn Police Officer may holster but, nobody can draw and fire.
- Only targets approved by the Shooting Range Staff may be used.
- If a Range Officer deems your gun, ammunition, or equipment are unsafe; you will have to remove that item from the range.
- We reserve the right to refuse service if intoxicated, disregard for rules, or not complying with Range Officer's instructions.
- If you have a "hang fire"; keep the firearm pointed down range and call for a Rangemaster.
Rules for Minors
- A minor is a person who is 15 years old or younger.
- A minor has to shoot with an adult present and the minor will shoot on the adult's lane.
- An adult will stand within arms length of the minor while handling a firearm.
- The supervising adult has to concentrate on the minor if handling the firearm and cannot be reloading magazines, looking through a spotting scope, or shooting at another table.
Rules for Cease Fires
- No gun handling.
- No standing forward of the red line or touching equipment on tables.
- You cannot bring a gun from your vehicle or to your vehicle during a cease fire.
Rules for Muzzle Loaders
- During cease fires, the muzzle loader must be empty of powder.
- During cease fires, the muzzle loader must be racked on the back tables facing straight up.
- Loading and cleaning cannot be done during cease fires.
- The caps/primers stay on the front table and the powder and equipment must stay on the back tables.
- All loading and cleaning are accomplished on the back tables.