Mountain Creek

Range Rules

MCR INDOOR RANGE RULES

  1. Always keep the firearm pointed in a safe direction; never point a handgun at anything you are not willing to destroy and pay for (Gun must always be pointed down RANGE).

  2. Always keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot (Indexed or registered)

  3. Treat every gun as if it were loaded (DO NOT load the gun until ready to use).

  4. Know the target, backstop, and what is beyond the backstop.

  5. Be sure the gun is safe to operate (Ask the RSO for assistance if needed).

  6. Know how to use the gun (Ask the RSO for assistance if needed).

  7. Use the correct ammunition in the firearm.

  8. Use proper, headwear, eye and ear protection. No open toe shoes allowed on the firing line.

  9. Always follow the range safety rules/instructions (Ask an RSO if you are unsure of something).

  10. Only use a handgun that you are capable of shooting safely.

  11. The firearm is NOT TO BE REMOVED FROM THE BENCH UNLESS TO PACK UP AND LEAVE THE RANGE.

  12. There is NO RAPID FIRE ON THIS RANGE… CONTROLED PAIRS OR SINGLE SHOTS ONLY.

  13. Black lines on the floor are 3 yards, 7 yards and 15 yards.

    1. Minimum distance for pistols is the 3 yards marker on the floor.

    2. Minimum distance for rifle or carabine is the 15 yards marker on the floor.

  14. DO NOT THROW YOUR LOOSE BRASS IN THE CATCH GRATES. Put your loose brass in the buckets.

  15. The is NO DRAWING FROM THE HOLSTER OR TRICK SHOOTING OF ANY KIND.

  16. If you have a malfunction that you cannot clear please contact the RSO. DO NOT remove the weapon from the bench.

  17. To use the target carrier, turn the knob in the direction you wish to move the target carrier. Please slow it down when getting close to the near and far ends of the range so not to ram the target carrier in the stop block.

  18. NO SHOTGUNS OR SHOT SHELLS ALLOWED TO BE FIRED ON THIS RANGE. THIS ALSO INCLUDES SHOT GUN SLUGS.

  19. NO BLACK POWDER FIREARMS ALLOWED.

MCR OUTDOOR RANGE RULES

  1. Always keep the firearm pointed in a safe direction; never point a handgun at anything you are not willing to destroy and pay for (Gun must always be pointed down RANGE).

  2. Treat every gun as if it were loaded (Do not load the gun until ready to use).

  3. Know the target, backstop, and what is beyond the backstop.

  4. Be sure the gun is safe to operate (Ask the RSO for assistance if needed).

  5. Know how to use the gun (Ask the RSO for assistance if needed).

  6. Use the correct ammunition in the firearms.

  7. Use proper, headwear, eye and ear protection. No open toe shoes allowed on the firing line.

  8. Always follow the range safety rules/instructions (If unsure of something ask the RSO).

  9. Only use a FIREARM that you are capable of shooting safely.

  10. The firearm is NOT TO BE REMOVED FROM THE BENCH UNLESS TO PACK UP AND LEAVE THE RANGE.

  11. There is NO AUTOMATIC / RAPID FIRE ON THIS RANGE… THREE ROUND BURSTS IS THE MAXIMUM YOU CAN SHOOT AT ONE TIME.

  12. Pick up all loose brass from the range floor and put in the designated brass collection buckets.

  13. If you have a malfunction that you cannot clear please contact the RSO. DO NOT remove the weapon from the bench or move from your shooting position.

  14. All bullets must stay inside the range (impact area).  If the RSO determines that you are firing rounds outside or over the bullet stop (berms) you will be asked to leave the range immediately.  That is a major SAFETY violation.      

  15. NO personal motor vehicles are allowed on the range floor.  All customers/students most park in front of the office.