INDOOR RANGE RULES 2020

COVID -19 Protocols

  1. Compliance with the COVID-19 protocols as issued and updated by the Yukon Medical Officer of Health is required before entering the building. (If you are sick- stay home).
  2. Maximum capacity in the building is 10, which includes 2 range safety officers and 8 participants.
  3. Maximum of 5 shooters on the firing line to maintain required 6 foot/2-meter distance.
  4. Club equipment will be disinfected before and after each use.
  5. Sanitize or wash your hands when entering and leaving the building.
  6. Face masks required when the necessary distance cannot be achieved.

Range Safety

  1. Range Safety Officer has absolute authority at all times. Anyone disobeying his or her commands will be asked to leave.
  2. Eye and hearing protection is required.
  3. Range status – Active or Cease Fire – will be indicated by RED/GREEN lights above the access door.
  4. Firearms brought into the clubhouse and indoor range will be cased and carried in a safe manner following the Canadian Firearms Safety Course standards.
  5. Firearms to be removed from the case only at the firing line.
  6. Firearms will be loaded on the firing line and only on the Range Safety Officer’s command.
  7. Handling or dry firing of firearms is permitted only at the firing line.
  8. Consumption of alcohol or drugs before or during shooting is prohibited

General Conduct

  1. All Members and visitors must sign in the Log Book.
  2. No food or drink permitted in the indoor range area.
  3. Time on the firing line will be limited when there are a large number of participants.
  4. Deposit waste brass in collection buckets, used targets and other waste items in the garbage cans
  5. Youth shooters (18 years of age and younger) must be supervised by parent or guardian
  6. Keep conversation to a minimum while others are shooting.
  7. Shooters must declare inexperience to Range Officer in order to arrange supervision.
  8. Holstered handguns permitted only during pre-approved special events.

Ammunition & Targets

  1. Maximum loaded magazine capacity 5 rounds.
  2. Club guns will use designated club ammunition.
  3. Brass catchers will be used when firing semi-automatic firearms.
  4. Non-reactive (paper) targets only. No hard surface (metal) or reactive targets or bowling pins.
  5. Purchase of club ammunition requires presentation of valid PAL.

Permitted firearms in the indoor range

Air guns – rifle and pistol – .177 caliber lead pellets

Rim fire – rifle and pistol – .22 LR caliber lead bullets