Effective July 25, 2020
Minors on the Range
- Minors must always be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
- All minors must have parent/guardian sign waiver with written confirmation of minors age. (signed waiver with minor’s DOB)
- All minors are only allowed to shoot under parent/guardian’s supervision. Parent or Guardian must be within arm’s reach of the minor any time they are operating a firearm.
- Minors are required to wear the appropriate wrist band for proper age bracket identification.
- No minors under the age of 6 are allowed on any firing line or shooting area.
- Minors ages 6-7 are allowed as observers only on the firing line; and only when they are accompanied by their non-shooting parent or guardian.
- RSO’s always have the right to stop a shooter for any reason.
Minors Ages 8-11
- Allowed to shoot 22 caliber rimfire, air, and BB rifles only.
- Pistols are not allowed.
- No rapid fire.
- Maximum distance is 100 yards.
Minors Ages 12-17
- Not limited by distance or firearm configuration. (i.e. rifle or pistol)
- Shooters ages 12-17 are prohibited from shooting magnum pistol loads. Shooters must be able to safely operate, sight, and shoot firearms.
Inexperienced & First Time Shooters
- Always learn proper grip, sight alignment, and safety practices with an unloaded firearm.
- Shooters should always dry fire before the first shot.
- For the first shot only load one round into the magazine or firearm. (if proficient they may continue)
- For the next shots only load two rounds into the magazine or firearm. (if proficient they may continue)
- For the next group of shots load three rounds into the magazine or firearm. (if proficient they may continue)
- After the shooter has successful fired the sequence of rounds, they may proceed with fully loaded magazines.