Range I – Rifle – 50 & 100 Yards

1.     Before shooting, make absolutely certain that nobody is downrange.

2.     No shooting before 8:00 AM or after sunset.

3.     Keep muzzle pointed downrange at all times.

4.     Shoot at the main 100yd and 50yd berms only. Be sure of your backstop at all times.

5.     Targets are to be placed directly in front of the berms at all times. Targets shall be placed in the target rail so that bullets will impact into the impact area of the berm. Do not place targets on top of the berm or between the berm and firing line. Targets should not be placed directly on the rail, as this will damage the rail. Anyone caught setting targets in a manner that causes bullets to ricochet will be brought before the BOD for disciplinary action and risk loss of membership with no refund. NOTE: Refer to the definition of the “Bullet Impact Zone” in the general rules range rules section above.

6.     Shooting from the covered firing line offers only two choices of shooting distance: 50yds or 100yds. Anyone looking to shoot a different distance should place target in the target rail of berm and walk back to the desired distance and establish a new firing line.

7.     There is no shooting from behind the covered shooting area of rifle range.

8.     The firing line MUST be safe before anyone goes downrange. Actions open, magazine removed, gun cleared and stored, placed on bench, Empty Chamber Indicators (ECI) should placed in chamber, holstered, or placed into shooting bag or slung muzzle down). Do not handle or touch any firearms when someone else is downrange!

9.     All shooters must shoot from the same firing line. Shooters must share the range. While it is permissible to shoot from forward of the established firing line, if others wish to use the same range then you must move back to the established firing line within a reasonable time frame. (30 minutes)

10.  Do not move tables from the 100-yard firing line.

11.  Rifles, pistols, and shotgun (slugs only) permitted. Use of 50 BMG or rifles with similar ballistics are prohibited. No exceptions.

12.  Clean up the range when you are done. Pick up your targets and any other trash on the ranges. This is every member's responsibility.

13.  During winter this range will be closed; date of closure shall be determined by The CSRO and will be posted on the bulletin board in the clubhouse and on the web site.

14.  These rules will be posted on the rifle range. Members are expected to know and obey all range rules, including the general rules, which will be posted in the clubhouse.