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.
Guests may use the indoor or outdoor range
facilities when accompanied by a
member. A guest may use the indoor
or outdoor range only twice in a calendar
year. After that, he or she must
become a club member to continue using the
club facilities. This does not apply
to club events that are open to the
public. Members are responsible for
the conduct of their guests while any club
facilities are being used.
No 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 hours.
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
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.
Eye and ear protection must be worn by all
people during any periods of firing while
within the range area.
All shooters must be 18 years or older,
unless accompanied by an adult member of
No 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.
A 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 are permitted.
Targets 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 guns.
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.
fast draw, hip shooting or other unaimed
shooting is permitted. All shooting
is to be done in a controlled manner.
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.
you damage something, report it to an
officer or director and log the damage and
location (lane#, etc.) in the log book.
the posted rules at the range as they are
subject to change.
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.