Safety on the range is our top priority. Therefore, admission to the range is not guaranteed to every individual. Each individual will be evaluated for safety knowledge and experience level before being admitted to the range. We reserve the right, in our sole discretion, to deny access to any individual, for any reason. We appreciate your cooperation in helping us ensure a safe range experience.
All new shooters must bring someone with them who is very experienced in the use of handguns. This individual will need to train the new shooter and accompany him or her on their first visit to the range.
If no such individual is available, the new shooter or inexperienced individual may enroll in a beginner shooter's class taught by an NRA-certified instructor; please call Robert at the number on the top of this page for details.
NOTE: Due to the NRA making ongoing changes to their course offerings and editing and restructuring class content, we are unable to offer classes until this process is completed. We do not know when the NRA will finalize their class re-structuring. Last edited on May 4, 2017.
Any individual who has never shot a handgun, or who has very little experience with handguns. This also includes any individuals who have many years of experience with rifles and shotguns but none or very little with handguns. Experience with rifles and shotguns will not be accepted as a substitute for experience with handguns.
This is a new policy effective immediately as of March 2, 2017. This policy will help us to ensure a safer range experience for everyone.
Children may be allowed on the range provided certain conditions are sufficiently met. The child must be mature, well-behaved, and be accompanied by an adult who is very experienced in the use of firearms. There is no age requirement, but each child will be evaluated before being allowed on the range. We reserve the right, in our sole discretion, to disallow any child from shooting on the range.
This page last updated on March 2, 2017.