Requirements to Shoot on the Range

  • Valid Government Issued Identification – driver’s license, passport, etc. are all acceptable forms of I.D.
  • Minimum Age – without adult supervision is18 – years old.
    Specifically, children must be under adult supervision at all times while on the range.
  • Clean Background – by federal law, prohibited persons will not be allowed on the range.
    Examples include anyone not legally permitted to own or possess a firearm (i.e. felons, crimes of domestic violence, dishonorable discharge, etc.).
  • Must Be Capable of Exercising Sound Judgment – with the safe operation of a firearm.
  • Those suffering from a psychiatric or mental condition, which render this person incapable of exercising sound judgment with respect to the safe operation of a firearm — may not enter the range.
  • Only Traditional Handgun Calibers- may be fired on the range.
    • For safety reasons, the following are not allowed:
      • Traditional rifles calibers — even when fired from a handgun
      • Shotguns
      • Air rifles
      • Lead round nose ammunition
      • Armor piercing ammunition
      • Incendiary ammunition
      • The Highest Pressure Handgun Round Allowed – is .357 Magnum.
        • Acceptable calibers include 9mm, 40S/W, 45ACP, .38SPL, .45 Long Colt, etc.
        • However, calibers such as .44 Rem Magnum, .454 Casull, .460 S&W Magnum, .500 S&W Magnum, .50AE, etc. may not be fired on the range.
  • Our mission is to make sure everyone has a fun, enjoyable and safe experience.
  • Food, Beverages – and tobacco products are not allowed on the range.
  • Please – do not attempt to adjust the air-flow, vents or fans in the range.