We have had somebody firing unauthorized rounds in the Indoor Range. This has to top now. The ONLY rifles that are allowed on the Indoor Range are rifles that shoot rimfire .22 caliber for rifles that shoot a pistol caliber 9mm cartridge, commonly called Pistol Caliber Carbine.
AR-15 PLATFORMS that shoot .223 or 5.56 or any other caliber other than .22 rimfire or 9mm Pistol cartridge are NOT ALLOWED.
Bullets that have steel cores are NOT ALLOWED. If you see anyone shooting unauthorized rounds in the Indoor Range, please ask them to stop and report it to the Office and/or to Warren Pratt.
Here are a list of some specific PISTOL calibers that are not allowed: 10mm, .357 S&W, .357 Sig, 5.7×28 FN or any bottleneck cartridge. The picture shows that someone has been doing to our indoor range.
The Outdoor Range has signs posted everywhere, but yet people still do not follow the rules. The most common violation is the “Single Load Only” rule on the uncovered stations. This means: you may only put ONE BULLET in your gun to shoot at a time. If this is still unclear, please call anyone on the Range Safety Committee for further clarification.
NO PISTOLS on the 50 and 100yd uncovered ranges. Shoot only at the properly placed paper targets and do not shoot the signs or wooden target holders.
Please be mindful of your muzzle and keep your finger on the slide and off the trigger until you are on target.
Take a moment to reread all range rules. You may get a current copy from the mail office or CLICK HERE.
Please keep our ranges safe.
Range Safety Committee