Understanding and applying the range safety rules is critical to everyone’s safety therefore members are required to participate in a range orientation prior to using the facility.
- 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.
- Scheduling the range orientation sessions is based on availability of the designated range officer.
ISSUING GATE KEYS
- A club member is not obligated to receive a gate key.
- The gate key is issued only to the primary member named on the membership and who is in possession of a valid PAL/RPAL.
- Gate keys will not be copied or loaned.
- Possession of a gate key requires the member to participate in a range orientation, commit to following the range rules and assume responsibility for the security of the property.
- At the end of the membership year the locks on the gates are changed.
- Members are required to return their old key at the end of the membership year.
- A new year gate key will be issued to a member who maintains their membership in good standing through continuous annual renewal.
- If a membership lapses for one year or more, participation in a range orientation is required before a new year gate key is issued.
- A fee may be charged for replacement of lost keys or if not returned at the end of the membership year.