Monday-Saturday 8:00 A.M. to Sunset
Sunday 12:00 Noon to Sunset
- Members only. Wearing your badge is REQUIRED!
(Members may bring a guest however the Member will be responsible for the guest’s actions)
- No alcoholic beverages if you are shooting, handling firearms or ammunition.
- Absolutely no fully automatic firearms allowed on the premises.
- Rapid-fire prohibited. (Maximum firing rate of 5 shots in 10 seconds)
- Do not use cans, bottles, metal, or explosive objects for targets. Use frames so that bullets going through the targets will not hit the frames, however will stop in the backstops
- Do not shoot at targets on the ground, on top of backstops, or in the air.
- Do not leave misfired ammunition on the ground, in the trash or at the range. Dispose of it properly.
- Follow “The Ten Commandments of Gun Safety” at all times.
- Not more than 5 shooters on the range at one time. (One shooter at each bench.)
- The 25 yard backstop may be used from the left three benches only.
- Do not handle Firearms, Magazines or Ammunition while people are Downrange.
- Do not go Downrange when people are handling Firearms, Magazines, and Ammunition, or until all Firearms are cleared empty and open.
- Downrange shall be considered anywhere beyond the Range Shelter’s target side roof-line towards the backstops.
- Be courteous to others.
Ten basic Rules of Firearms Safety
- Treat every firearm as if it were loaded.
- Keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction. Keep the action open and unloaded. Keep the safety “on” and your finger off the trigger.
- Be sure the barrel of the firearm is clear of obstructions. Check the chamber and magazine every time you pick it up. Only carry and use ammunition appropriate for your firearm.
- Never point a firearm at anything you do not intend to shoot. Agree to safe fields of fire for yourself and hunting companions and never swing beyond your area.
- Positively identify your target and what lies beyond. Make sure there is an adequate backstop when hunting or target practicing
- Unload your firearm when climbing a tree, crossing a fence, jumping a ditch or traversing slippery or steep terrain. Never pull a firearm toward you by the muzzle.
- Be aware of the potential for ricochet. Never shoot at a hard, flat surface or water.
- Unload firearms when not in use, leaving the action open. Transport and carry firearms unloaded and cased when traveling to and from the field or target practice
- Store firearms and ammunition separately in locked compartments and beyond the reach of children.
- Never use alcohol or drugs that can impair your judgment before or while shooting.
Mass Hunting & Fishing Information:
Use this link to Mass Wildlife Hunting, Fishing and Trapping information including downloadable copies of the 2020 Hunting and Saltwater Guides