RANGE ORIENTATION

Understanding and applying the range safety¬† rules is critical to everyone’s safety therefore new and returning members are required to participate in a range orientation prior to using the facility.

Upon completion of a range orientation the designated Range Safety Officer may issue a gate key to a member in good standing who is committed to accepting the responsibility that goes with the privilege of access.

  • Orientation takes approximately an hour and a half and is conducted during daylight hours.
  • Bring your membership card. If that is not available your PAL will be required to confirm identity.
  • You will be asked to sign in when entering the clubhouse.
  • Dress for the weather and bring your hearing protection with you.
  • In addition to time in the clubhouse there is a walk about the entire outdoor range area to reinforce application of the range rules.
  • Associate members in a dual or family membership are encouraged to attend a range orientation with the primary member.¬†
  • Individuals whose membership has lapsed for a year or more, will be required to complete a range orientation in order to again acquire a gate key.
  • Gate keys are issued to the primary member.

Scheduling range orientation sessions is based on availability of the designated range officer. An email invitation to participate in a range orientation is sent when membership has been processed.