What are the range rules

  1. Ensure you are wearing proper eye and ear protection at all times on the range.
  2. Always keep the gun pointed in a safe direction.
  3. Always keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.
  4. Always keep the gun unloaded until ready to shoot.
  5. No Reloaded or Handloaded Ammunition allowed on the Range. All ammunition must be store-bought and in its original packaging.
  6. All guns not currently being held by students on the firing line will remain on the work bench at all times.
  7. Firing Line: No one but the Range Safety Officer (RSO) or Instructors may go forward of the firing line unless instructed by the RSO or Instructor.
  8. When the command “Cease Fire” is given:
    1. Stop Shooting IMMEDIATELY
    1. Remove your finger from the trigger
    1. Keep the gun pointed in a safe direction
    1. Wait for further instructions from the Range Officer
  9. When the line is declared “CLEAR”
    1. All Firearms must be holstered, or unloaded with the action locked in the open position with the muzzle pointed at the ground, and any magazines removed.
    1. Everyone must step back from the firing line.
  10. Holsters: Only belt holsters, placed on the same hip as the shooting hand, may be used on the NRA Range. Shoulder holsters and cross-draw holsters may not be used unless authorized by the Range Officer during designated training courses.
  11. NRA Range Officers reserve the right to inspect any firearms or ammunition for safety considerations.

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