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RANGE RULES
ROBB JEFFREY DISTINGUISHED RANGE (1000 PLUS LLC)
SAFETY RULES AND REGULATIONS


GENERAL RANGE RULES:

The following general rules apply to all persons who are on Robb Jeffrey Distinguished Range (1000 Plus LLC) property for any purpose, and at all times. There are additional rules specific to each of the ranges, and all persons must be familiar with and observe those range specific rules as well.

1. Treat ALL firearms as though they are loaded and ready to fire until YOU have ascertained otherwise. Never point any firearm at anything that you do NOT want to shoot.

2. All firearms in a car must be unloaded and safely cased.

3. When uncasing a firearm for moving it to the firing line ACTIONS MUST BE OPENED and the arm carried with the muzzle pointed in a safe direction, normally straight up. Some ranges or events require that a yellow or orange safety indicator be inserted into the open action. Muzzle loading arms are excepted from the actions open rule but must be unloaded.

4. Away from the firing line handguns may not be carried in holsters, except for law enforcement personnel in uniform or persons holding valid concealed carry permits. “QUICK DRAW” handgun practice or shooting IS NOT PERMITTED on Robb Jeffrey Distinguished Range (1000 Plus LLC) property.

5. All wildlife is protected on club grounds. Hunting and dog training is forbidden.

6. Dogs allowed only at owners risk.

7. Alcoholic beverages are allowed in designated areas for special events. Alcohol may only be consumed after all shooting is completed for the day, and all firearms are unloaded, cased and placed in vehicles or otherwise secured. Alcohol may not be consumed on or near to any firing lines while shooting is in progress.

8. Persons under 18 years of age may shoot only when supervised by a responsible adult.

9. Members bringing a guest are responsible for that person and must accompany them at all times on Robb Jeffrey Distinguished Range (1000 Plus LLC) property.

10. Drive only on designated roads and park only in marked parking areas.

11. Wear eye and ear protection whenever firing. Even 22 rim fire cases occasionally fail and may injure eyes. The firing line covers tend to reflect noise back toward shooters and many high powered loads can cause serious ear injury which accumulates over time.

12. Be extremely careful with fire. Do not burn trash or drive through dry grass because the heat of car exhausts may start fires.

13. The nearest emergency fire and medical responders are in Lexington and it will take at least half an hour for assistance to arrive at the range. For the Lexington fire department dial 911 and for Medical Emergency dial 911. Try to meet the responder at the road gate to lead them to the accident or fire. For Dawson County Sheriff’s dial 911.

14. Please remove your trash and wastes from the property. We have no trash pickup and there is no waste water dump station on the property. Please pick up your fired brass and place it in the barrels provided.

15. Each range is designed for certain arms. For safety reasons it is essential that only the designated arms be used. Refer to the individual range rules for each range.
• TRACER, INCENDIARY OR EXPLOSIVE BULLETS ARE NOT PERMITTED. Armor piercing bullets may not be used on the silhouette range.

16. Arrange your firing point so that you fire straight downrange (do not fire diagonally across any range) and be sure that all shots impact the backstop. Firing is permitted ONLY ON THE DESIGNATED RANGES and is forbidden elsewhere on the property.

17. It is the duty of all persons using the Robb Jeffrey Distinguished Range (1000 Plus LLC) facility to know, understand and observe these rules as well as common sense safety precautions at all times when handling firearms. Willful violation of these rules is ground for immediate expulsion from the range and the club.

PISTOL RANGE RULES

In addition to the General Range Rules which apply everywhere on the Robb Jeffrey
Distinguished Range (1000 Plus LLC) property, the following rules are specific to the pistol range area.

1. This range is restricted to HANDGUNS ONLY and only those handguns firing straight cases. Bottleneck cartridges or handguns firing rifle type cartridges may not be fired on this range but may be fired on the carbine range. RIFLES, CARBINES OR SHOTGUNS of any kind are NOT PERMITTED on this range.

2. Be sure that all shots impact the backstop. Be aware of ricochets and if ricochets are heard, change your target or position so as to eliminate them. Do not shoot across the range.

3. “QUICK DRAW’ shooting is NOT PERMITTED except for authorized events and organized training sessions.

4. Targets and target frames are available. Shoot only at paper targets mounted on a proper frame. Steel plate targets or “gongs” may cause dangerous ricochets to the firing line and are not permitted. Cans, bottles and other informal targets are NOT PERMITTED.

5. All arms must be carried unloaded with the actions open and magazines out.
Handguns may not be carried in holsters except for law enforcement personnel in uniform and persons with valid concealed carry permits.

6. During cease fire periods all arms must be benched with magazines out, cylinders open, and slides locked open. If cylinders cannot be opened or slides cannot be locked back, a dowel, safety indicator or some other positive device must be inserted in the action to prevent firing. All shooters must step away from the firing line and guns may not be handled.

7. Wear eye and ear protection at all times.

8. Pick up your brass and dispose of it properly. Remove fired targets and take them away with you. Remove all your trash and wastes.

CARBINE RANGE RULES

In addition to the General Range Rules which apply everywhere on the Robb Jeffrey
Distinguished Range (1000 Plus LLC) property, the following rules are specific to the carbine range area.

1. This range is designed for carbine, short range rifle and handgun use. 75-300 yards

2. This is the only range acceptable to fully automatic firearms.

3. Be sure all shots impact the backstop. Rifles must be pointed at the backstop before closing the action. Beware of ricochets and if ricochets occur change your position or target to eliminate them.

4. Actions or bolts must be open at all times except when firing. During cease fire periods, rifles should be in racks or cases or laid flat on the ground. Step away from the firing line. Do not handle rifles for any purpose while persons are downrange.

5. Wear eye and ear protection at all times.

6. Pick up your brass and dispose of it in the containers in the target shed or on the line.
Remove fired targets and take them away with you. Remove all your trash and wastes.

LONG RANGE RULES

In addition to the General Range Rules which apply everywhere on the Robb Jeffrey Distinguished Range (1000 Plus LLC) property, the following rules are specific to the high power range area.

1. Must be pre-qualified for tower use.

2. Any safe rifle may be used on this range. “Range in Use” RED SAFETY PENNANTS MUST BE RAISED BEFORE any firing begins regardless of the distance in use.

3. Range Use Preference:

• On even numbered dates shooters firing short ranges, i.e., 200, 300 or 600 yards, have preference for use of the range.
• On odd numbered dates shooters firing long ranges, i.e., 600 to 1000 yards have preference for use of the range.
• Shooters wishing to fire on non preference dates, for example 300 yard shooting on an odd number date, may do so if no long range shooters are present. On arrival, a preference date shooter must give the other a reasonable time to finish his string and clear the line.
• On any preference day, shooters wishing to fire at different ranges, for example 200 and 300 yards, must work it out among themselves.

4. If both bench rest and prone shooters are present at the 1000 yard firing line, the groups must segregate themselves at opposite ends of the firing line, preferably bench rest shooters to the right (south) and prone shooters to the left (north).

5. During cease fire periods all rifles must be grounded or racked with the actions open and magazines removed. Very heavy bench rest rifles may be left on the benches with the bolts removed. Yellow or orange safety indicators should be put into the open actions. Do not handle any arms for any reason during cease fires.

6. Due to the heavy loads used by some shooters, EYE AND EAR PROTECTION IS ESSENTIAL at all times on or near this range.

SHOTGUN/TRAP LINE RULES

In addition to the General Range Rules which apply everywhere on the Robb Jeffrey Distinguished Range (1000 Plus LLC) property, the following rules are specific to the shotgun/trap line.

1. Any safe shotgun may be used on this range.

2. Wear eye and ear protection at all times on the line.

3. Action must be open, barrel pointed up or broke open until at the firing line.

4. Unused guns must be racked open and unloaded.

5. Be aware of trap house wall. This is not a target, avoid shooting it.

6. Pick up your shells and dispose of it in the containers in the target shed or on the line.
Remove all your trash and wastes.

 

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