Weekends: 9 a.m. to 9:00 pm
a. Keep your finger off the trigger until your firearm is aimed at the target.
b. Never let the muzzle cover (point at) anything you are not willing to destroy.
Know your target and what is beyond it.
a. Cans, bottles, etc., are NOT to be used as targets.
b. Firing into target frames, rails, or any fixtures of the Range will NOT be tolerated.
c. Absolutely NO birds, animals, or reptiles may be shot on Range property.
a. Use the portion of the Range that has been developed and structured for specific firearm use. (i.e. only
shotguns are allowed on the trap/skeet Range).
b. Rifles, pistols, and muzzleloaders can be fired on any portion of the rifle Range.
c. Rim fire pistols and rifles can be used on all steel pistol targets.
d. Center fire pistols can only be fired on large steel targets, or paper targets.
a. No shot larger than 7 ½ or slugs are permitted at the shotgun Ranges.
b. No AP (armor piercing) rounds may be fired at steel gongs. 50 BMG rounds may be fired at designated 50
BMG targets only.
a. This rule includes spotters and score keepers during matches.
a. Notify a Club Officer immediately of any safety infractions.
b. Always call a “cease fire” when going down range beyond 25 yards.
a. If a “No Burn” ban is in effect, place all trash in the dumpster or take it home with you.
a. If the gate is open when you arrive, you may leave it open unless you see that no one else is at the Range.
By applying or renewing online for RSC membership, I hereby certify that I have read and fully understand the above Rifle Sportsmen’s Club Membership & Range Safety Rules. I further certify that I am legally able to own and operate a firearm and am not a “Prohibited Person” as defined by the federal and state laws. I agree to abide by said Rules at all times. I understand that failure to do so will be cause for immediate membership revocation.