Before a key to the indoor range can
be issued, it is necessary to
complete an annual orientation
covering the information on this
form. Keys are numbered and
assigned to a member and shall not
be loaned or duplicated.
2. No guest
shooters are allowed at the Indoor
Range. Only Club members, spouse and
member’s children 18 years
old and younger are allowed to shoot
at the Indoor
Exceptions: Youth programs run by
the Club, Junior Rifle,
Shooting, Boy Scouts Shooting Merit
Badges, Jr. Archery and Club
sanctioned shooting events for
adults: Bulls Eye, .22 Rifle.
shooting is allowed earlier than
8:00 AM or later than 9:00 PM except
for matches started before 9:00 PM
may be completed. Your pin
number will only work during these
Before entering the range members
and guests must log in. Upon
entering the range all shooters,
including guests, must deposit the
required range fee in the range fee
box.* Before any shooting
commences, check walls, ceilings and
metal baffles in target area for
damage and not the location of any
damage found in the log book.
Guns shall be cased when brought
into the building and removed from
the case, action opened, pointed
down range and left on the bench
unloaded, action open while people
are down range. No touching of
the gun, including sight
adjustments, is permitted while
people are down range.
and ear protection must be worn by
all people during any periods of
firing while within the range area.
shooters must be 18 years or older,
unless accompanied by an adult
member of the PVF&GA.
alcohol or mind altering drugs are
allowed on the premises.
People under the influence of
alcohol or drugs are not permitted
on the range facilities.
list of acceptable calibers is
posted in the range. No other
calibers are permitted. No
rifles except .22 rim fire long
rifle, or short are permitted.
No .22 magnums. No shotguns
shall be paper type (provided),
maximum of 12 X 12 inches and hung
from the provided hangers.
firearm shooting is permitted closer
than 50 feet from the targets.
Does not apply to archery and air
must be kept in the backstop area
behind the targets, not on the steel
above, the floor, ceiling or
walls. If you are unable to
keep shots on target from
a standing position, shoot from a
seated position using a rest.
You are responsible for the
placement of all your shots.
Intentional damage to our equipment
including wooden target supports and
clothes pins is grounds for
suspension of range privileges.
13. No fast
draw, hip shooting or other unaimed
shooting is permitted. All
shooting is to be done in a
After shooting please clean up any
brass and sweep any areas clean of
dust and debris. Remove your
targets, turn the thermostat down to
55 degrees and shut off all
lights. Secure both locks on
your way out.
15. If you
damage something, report it to an
officer or director and log the
damage and location (lane#, etc.) in
the log book.
Check the posted rules at the range
as they are subject to change.
Any member abusing any club
facilities shall be subject to
action under our by-laws.
fee exceptions *
of the Junior rifle club
participating in scheduled JRC
program, students in Vermont hunter
education courses, participants in
4-H shooting sports programs, or
youth participating in other junior
activities sponsored by the club,
members from other clubs here to
compete in a regular match, members
who have prepaid the annual fee.