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Range Safety Officers

  • A reminder to all club members that the board of trustees has instituted a Range Safety Officer program.
  • The Range Safety Officers will be visiting the indoor and outdoor ranges to maintain the safety polices of the club.
  • They will be carrying a red colored, clearly recognizable, Range Safety Officer badge.
  • These individuals will have the authority to ask you to present your club ID badge, ask for your name and the name of any individuals you may have with you when you are on club property. Your cooperation is appreciated


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Safety Regulations


The use of exploding targets at the indoor and outdoor ranges is  PROHIBITED DUE TO NOISE, FIRE, AND SAFETY CONCERNS. THE FOLLOWING ARGETS ARE ACCEPTABLE FOR USE AT THE OUTDOOR RANGE.ANY PAPER TARGETS, CLAYS MANUFACTURED STEEL TARGETS TIN OR ALUMINUM CANS AND PLASTIC BOTTLES. NO EXCEPTIONS.ALL TARGET DEBRIS MUST BE CLEANED UP BY THE SHOOTER The Board has approved the following changes to the club rules to further enhance safety at the club.As of June 1st, 2015, the use of Empty Chamber Indicators will be mandatory at both the indoor and outdoor ranges. These are also known as safety flags.Over-Under and other break action shotguns which can be stored in gun racks closed without a safety flag, but shall be immediately opened when removed from gun racks. They are to be closed only on the firing line.The club will be supplying safety flags at various locations at both ranges. Any firearm that is uncased or not in a holster must have the flags inserted before anyone …