All shooters are to read and adhere to the following Range Rules.

 

1. Shooting hours are from 8:00 in the morning until sunset, as documented in the PA Game Commissionís Hunting and Trapping Rules.

2. All firearms must be unloaded and either be cased or have the actions open when not in actual use.

3. Firearms are not to be handled while any persons are down range. Actions must be opened and box magazines removed.

4. Muzzles must be pointed down range when on firing line and during loading.

5. Absolutely no intoxicants or intoxicated persons are permitted on any range.

6. There is to be no shooting at any explosive targets, cans, bottles, jugs, shotgun shells, rifle casings, balloons, plastic toys, buckets, chairs, clay pigeons or any range equipment. Paper targets must be used, of proper size, and posted on a single, club-erected backer board.

7. All metallic silhouette targets and bowling pins are for handgun gun use only on the pistol range, and not to be fired upon with rifles of any caliber. There are metal targets for rifle shooting at 200 yards (disks) and 300 yards ("Groundhog"). Absolutely no Armor Piercing (AP) ammunition is to be used.

8. Shot shells must not be fired on the target ranges. This includes shot shells from rifles and pistols, due to the amount of damage to the target support materials on the range. Shotgun patterning may be done using the palette (skid) at the left side of trap range number 1, to the right of the rifle range.

9. When shooting is completed, brass is to be policed, and targets removed from frames and disposed of in appropriate trash containers.

10. There is to be no cross-range firing.