CHECK IN PROCEDURES AT THE RIFLE AND PISTOL RANGES!
1.  You will no longer be allowed to handle firearms behind the firing line.  No unloading in the parking lot, no checking your action in the parking lot prior to going to the check in table.
2.  The check in table is a safety/briefing table.
3.  Upon arrival at the range you will leave your firearm secured in your vehicle.
4.  Contact the RSO, sign in, pay any fees required and receive a safety brief from the RSO related to range procedures and firearm training.
5.  If you have extra gear, chronograph, spotting scope, sandbags or rests, etc. these items will be taken to your firing table separate from your firearms.  If you can't hold in 2 hands, it is too much.
6.  Anything going to the firing table only happens during a firing session.  Nothing goes to the table during a ceasefire.  You could however take your target and frame out during the ceasefire depending on how your arrival time coincides with the range status.
7.  You will retrieve your cased or holstered firearm and be directed to an appropriate shooting position when shooting is active on that range, not during a cease fire.  Once there, you will clear the action, receive a chamber flag to insert and leave the firearm there with chamber flag in place.
8.  Loaner cases will be provided if you don't have one.  They will get dusty and dirty quickly, so if you care for your guns, it would be in your interest to obtain your own.
9.  Holsters, scabbards, original plastic cases that came with the firearm, soft cases, pelican cases are all acceptable.  The import part is that the trigger and action are covered and not accessible.
10. What is not acceptable is a case with multiple firearms where the muzzles don't point in the same direction.  A case that does not securely close.  A pistol in your pocket without a holster.
11. Holsters can be on your belt or held in your hand, but must have a retention mechanism or the whole thing will go in a case.
Denny Morris
Rifle/Pistol Director


RIFLE & PISTOL RANGE POLICY
Our Range Safety Officers are provided to maintain a safe, clean and professional shooting facility.  Members and non-members who use or are planning on using the Rifle & Pistol range are encouraged to review our Rifle and Pistol Range Policy and General Gun Safety and General Range Rules.  If you have any questions or concerns with any of the content, please contact anyone on the Executive Board for assistance. 

Rifle and Pistol is open  Wednesday and Friday from 9:00 a.m. til 5:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday from 9:00 a.m. til 5:00 p.m.

Discipline Director
Denny Morris
denny@bendbroadband.com

Protocols for Training Ranges and Instructors
Gun Safety & Range Rules


RANGE SAFETY OFFICER SCHEDULES

  July 2019 RSO Schedule PDF Format



 

NOTICE

Rifle & Pistol has new hours!  Effective July 1st, we will no longer be open during the day on Tuesday.  In it's place Action Pistol will be open in concurrence with Ladies Night the second and fourth Tuesday evenings.  We are hoping to get a family oriented competition going on the first and third Tuesday evenings, Rimfire Challenge in the Action Pistol bays.

We have been very busy on many weekend days lately, so busy one RSO is not enough.  We will have 2 RSO's on duty in the morning and 2 in the afternoon, one for each range.  We are also changing the hours to 9:00 a.m. til 5:00 p.m. on the weekend, same hours as on Wednesday and Friday.

We need volunteers as RSO's and to work in the range office also.  Those who work in the office do not need to be RSO's.  This position would primarily be midday, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.  With more volunteers we could staff it full time.

RSO's normally work  4 hour shifts.  Ladies Night is only 2 hours and Action Pistol anticipates 3 hours.

 



NOTICE FROM RIFLE & PISTOL!

COMING IN JULY, 2019

RR&GC'S ACTION PISTOL PRACTICE RANGE!

Open to the Public
(Completion of Range Orientation and Shooting Assessment Required)

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