- Always keep your firearm pointed in a safe direction—treat all firearms as if they were loaded.
- Always keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot—sights on target.
- Ear and eye protection is mandatory prior to entering range.
- Only load firearm in range—all firearms must be unloaded and in a secure manner or holster when entering/exiting the range.
- Two people per shooting position only. Only one person may shoot at a time.
- No firearm cleaning on site.
- Leave shooting lane/booth uncluttered and free of brass prior to leaving.
- No food, drinks or tobacco of any kind is allowed on the range.
- Shooters who deliberately shoot the range baffles or support will be charged for the damage and BARRED from the range.
- Armor piercing or tracer ammunition is not allowed.
- The call of “cease fire” or sound of a buzzer means to stop shooting immediately.
- Do not walk and/or reach beyond firing line for any reason. Do not reach beyond firing line for fallen targets, brass, etc. Simply ask for assistance.
- Be certain your firearm is safe to operate.
- 14. Know how to use your firearm safely.
- 15. Use correct ammunition for your firearm.
- Anyone observed under the influence of anything impairing judgment will not be allowed to enter range and/or be asked to leave premises.
- Any negligent actions deemed unsafe by Guns & Leather employees will not be tolerated and may result in loss of membership.
- Anyone observed violating rules or engaged in any negligent action will be asked to leave range/premises.
The shooting sports are enjoyed by people of all backgrounds and genders. Some people have been taught gun safety at a young age others have discovered the sport later in life. No matter when you were introduced to the use of firearms there is one thing all shooters can agree on… the need for gun safety. Your never to young or too old to revisit the basics that continue to help everyone enjoy their day at the range.