The members own the property our range is located on, roughly situated between the railroad tracks and the creek (North to South) and from the Leichty Rd. entrance to the end of the woods (East to West). Members may use the property to target shoot, fish, camp, hike, etc. in the proper designated areas.
Your club membership badge is required at all times while on club property.
It is prohibited to use or be under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs while on club grounds.
When traffic is on the railroad tracks such as pedestrians, trains, maintenance vehicles, etc., shooting must stop in all areas until the traffic has passed the property.
Hours for firearm use begin Sundays at 12:00 noon, Monday thru Saturday at 7:30a.m. Using the O.D.N.R. Daylight tables, shooting before dawn and after dusk is strictly prohibited at all times and if you need lights of any kind… DO NOT SHOOT.
When entering the range and there is already a vehicle(s) there and you see no one around, be conscious of the fact that someone is there.
Keep the sport and club grounds clean - if you make a mess, clean it up.
NO horseplay and keep profanity limited.
NO hunting is allowed on the club grounds.
NO explosive targets are allowed.
NO tracer ammunition is allowed.
Firearms and ammunition's used at the range are both expected to be in safe working order and legal.
Any type of legal firearm is permitted except for dangerous ordinance, fully automatic, those capable of firing the .50-BMG cartridge or cannons.
NO recreational motorcycle, snowmobile or ATV riding is allowed on the club grounds, except limited ATV use during sporting clays, work vehicles or permitted sanctioned club events.
Training or instruction for a business is prohibited, as for example; gun handling or CCW classes, although training members for the benefit of club programs such as becoming NRA Instructors or RSOs will be exempt.
Rifles, pistols or shotguns are permitted on both Rifle Range and Pistol Bunker. You must abide by the rules for that particular range.
Single projectile firearms must be used either on the Rifle Range or the Pistol Bunker, shooting into the target boards. For example rifles, shotgun with slugs, handguns, muzzle loaders, air rifles, etc.
When shooting shotguns, you must be at the Rifle Range firing line, Pistol Bunker or back at the Tower.a) Using shot larger than #7 ½ must be on the Rifle Range or Pistol Bunker shooting into the earthen backstops.b) Using shot #7 ½ or smaller shoot from the firing line directing your shot down range.c) Using shot #7 ½ or smaller you may also shoot from the tower located at the back area of the clubs property directing shots towards the railroad tracks.
When posting paper targets on either range, they must be placed within the white lines of the target boards.
Glass or pottery items are not allowed to be used as targets anywhere.
Anyone found shooting in non-designated areas, directions, at buildings or unapproved targets could be subject to dismissal from the club and possible prosecution.
Other weapons permitted; Bows, Crossbows, Knives or Tomahawks with targets (foam, 3-D, etc.) being placed down range of a firing line. You may also use them back at the tower, directing shots toward the railroad tracks.
Rapid firing firearms of more than a few shots must be done in the Pistol Bunker to help prevent errant bullet strikes from missing the target boards and earthen backstop.
NO bump stocks are allowed or anything that mimics Full Auto firing, such as manually bump firing firearms.
Guests, limit of two per visit, may be invited to the range. They then have a limit of two visits, for the same person, per year after which they are obligated to apply for a membership themselves. To bring more than two guests in the same visit, an officer must be notified and permission granted prior to the visit. **Remember- your guests are your responsibility, they are expected to follow all club rules the same as any other member and their destructive or inappropriate behavior will put your membership in jeopardy.
Camping, for members and guests is permitted. Do not put your campsite down range of any firing line and be aware of days we have club sponsored shoots. Tend to any fire you start then make sure it is out and filled in before leaving camp. Camping is limited to 1 week at a time.
Be sure to follow these NRA Safety Rules while on club property.