South County Rod and Gun Club Range Rules

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                                             Range Rules for High Powered Ranges.

1) You must sign in to the book in the club.

2) Eyes and ear protection must be worn, no alcohol before and during shooting on all ranges.

3) When going down range, make sure all guns are safe, and empty, bolts opened and no one shall handle their weapon while the line is safe. Use range flag when going down range. The last person coming back from the range must take down the flag and return it to its proper holder.

4) When everyone is back safely, you must announce the line is no longer safe, you may handle your weapon and/or you may continue firing.

5) No automatic weapons are to be used on any range.

6) Only paper targets should be used on ranges, no cans or bottles; be sure all bullets hit the berm, do not use staples on targets.

7) Make sure muzzles are pointed down range at all times.

8) During hunting season observe shooting hours. All outdoor ranges are closed during shotgun deer season and only members can hunt during deer season on the club property.

9) You are responsible for your guest and be with them at all times.

10) If you are shooting 100 yards and someone wants to shoot 300 yards you have a half-hour to shoot and you will have to move to the 300 yards.

11) Do not argue with another shooter, if he does not identify himself as a member get his license plate use your phone or a camera and take a picture of him and his vehicle.

12) No Tracer Ammo or exploding Targets allowed.

13) Police your brass and cleanup after yourself.

Rev. 01/2012


                                    Range Rules for Outdoor 25 and 50 Yard Range.

1) You must sign in to the book in the club.

2) Eyes and ear protection must be worn, no alcohol before and during shooting on all ranges.

3) This range is for hand guns, rifles, black powder and shotguns there is no restrictions except for automatic weapons.

4) No Tracer Ammo or exploding Targets allowed. Only paper targets should be used on ranges, no cans, no bottles, be sure all bullets hit the berm/Impact Area.

5) No shooter can shoot from a different firing line.

6) When going down range, make sure all guns are safe, and empty, bolts opened and no one shall handle their weapon while the line is safe. Use range flag when going down range. The last person coming back from the range must take down the flag and return it to its proper holder.

7) When everyone is back safely, you must announce the line is no longer safe, you may handle your weapon and or you may continue firing.

8) Do not argue with another shooter, if he does not identify himself as a member get his license plate use your phone or a camera and take a picture of him and his vehicle.

9) No Tracer Ammo or exploding Targets allowed.

10) Police your brass and cleanup after yourself.

Rev. 01/2012

 
                                            Range Rules for Indoor Pistol Range
 
1) You must sign in the log book inside the club.

2) No one can use the indoor range if anyone is present upstairs.

3) Eyes and ear protection must be worn, no alcohol before or during shooting on all ranges.

4) All pistols and rifles must be pointed down range at all times.

5) Use paper targets only and your firing point must be positioned behind the red line.

6) No steel core ammo can be used on the indoor range.

7) No ammo with speeds greater than 1150fps can be used in the indoor range.

8) If a guest is shooting, you must be present in the range.

9) Combat shooting QuickDraw are not allowed on range.

10) The first person at the range becomes the range officer if another member shows up to shoot.

11) If shooting with other members, approximately every 15 min., ask if someone wants to go down range.

12) When changing targets all rifles and pistols must be empty magazines out, cylinder and slides open, weapons on the table facing down range.

13) When the firearms are safe, you must say (clear), when everyone is safe, say (the line is safe) -you may go down range to change targets. Do not handle firearms, clips or magazines when the line is safe.

14) When everyone is back behind the red line say (the line is no longer safe you may handle your firearms).

15) After you are done shooting you must police your brass and clean up after yourself.

16) Do not argue with another shooter if he does not identify himself as a member get his license plate number use your phone or a camera and take a picture of him and his vehicle.

Rev . 01/2012


                                            Range Rules for Trap and Skeet Ranges

1) Club machines cannot be operated without Authorized Personnel.

2) Eyes and ear protection must be worn, no alcohol before or during shooting on all ranges.

3) No slugs or buckshot can be used on the skeet or trap range.

4) When the shooter is on the line, the muzzle must be pointed in a safe direction, the action must be opened and empty until the Range Officer says the line is (set or hot).

5) When the shooter is indexing to the next firing position, after being authorized by the Range Officer to do so. His shotgun must be empty, open and pointed in a safe upright position.

6) When shooter # 1 completes his move to the next firing position, he must acknowledge when he is set to the range officer.

7) After Last round has been called and the shooter completes his last shot, the shooter must remain on the line with his action opened, gun empty and pointed in a safe direction. He may only leave his position at the command of the Range Officer.

8) Unless shooter is on the firing line all shotguns must be kept in the gun rack.

Rev . 01/2012