What are your days/hours?
Normal hours of operation are Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Summer hours (July 5 – Sept 30) are 7:00AM to 3:00 PM.
We are closed for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Lightning and extreme/inclement weather can result in range closure.
Do I need to be a member to shoot here?
The range is open to both members and the general public.
What firearms are allowed?
Shotguns, pistols, and rifles are all allowed on the range. All firearms must be encased when brought to the line. DO NOT bring firearms into the clubhouse.
What types of ammo are not allowed?
NO Armor Piercing – steel core penetrator (green tip M855 5.56 or black tip .308 or .50 cal) ammunition. No tracers, incendiary, or any other other explosive or fire-based ammo. If you are unsure of whether you can use a particular firearm or ammo, ask a Range Safety Officer.
What will I need to bring to the range?
- Your firearm(s)
- Eye protection
- Ear protection
- Open bolt indicators (chamber flags) – one for each uncased gun
- Plastic clamps to secure your target (NO METAL CLAMPS)
If I don’t have something, can I buy it?
Yes, we sell (at reasonable cost) eye protection, ear protection, chamber flags and target clamps if you need them. All are yours to keep at the end of the day.
What kind of targets can I shoot?
We shoot only paper targets TAPED (no staples) to coroplast backers that we provide. One target is included with your range fee, and more may be purchased. you can bring your own paper or “Shoot N See” type. You will need plastic clamps to hold the backers to our wooden uprights, see “What will I need to bring?” above for more information on clamps. No Tannerite or reactive targets allowed on the ranges.
Do you have rental firearms?
We do not have firearms available for rent.
I read that there is a competition today, is the range still open for public/member use?
Our main line (100, 200 and 300 yds) always remains open during normal range hours (unless inclement weather forces closure). We have separate ranges specifically for competitions and special events.
Can anyone shoot long distance?
We allow shooters to work up to longer ranges as they demonstrate their accuracy at increasing distances. Safety protocols do not allow moving onto the 300 and 600-yd ranges before qualifying. Please plan ammo supply accordingly.