Although our requirements are many, they’re in place to help protect and make sure that everyone has a fun time and feels safe on the range. For questions, feel free to call or visit us!

Loaded guns are not allowed on Club property except on the firing line or at the patterning board. No closed actions are allowed except on the firing line, at patterning board or when in gun racks.


Guns must be unloaded before changing stations or shooter movement of any kind.


Guns shall be pointed downrange at all times when shooters are on the firing line.


No alcoholic beverages allowed.


Proper eye and ear protection shall be worn on the fields when anyone is shooting.


Shot size larger than 7½ or shells with a dram equivalent greater than 3¼ are not to be used on Club property.


All ammunition used on Club grounds is to be made available for inspection upon request by an officer or director. The use of any ammunition not conforming to Club rules or deemed to be a safety hazard must be discontinued immediately


No unauthorized members or personnel are allowed in trap or skeet houses at any time. Authorized members shall include officers, directors or their designees and skeet, trap and sporting clay committee members.


Shooters and authorized individuals only are allowed on the firing line. All others shall remain behind the firing line or as posted.


All firearms are to be unloaded and opened or racked during the repair and servicing of trap houses.


Any firearm which malfunctions must be unloaded on the firing line and serviced prior to being returned to use.


Any dud shell shall be kept in the possession of the member or their guest(s) and shall be disposed of properly. Duds shall not be left on the ground or thrown in the waste receptacles.


All PITA, ATA and NSSA rules relating to safety issues shall be observed, particularly those pertaining to squadding for handicap shooting. A 3 yard maximum differential shall be enforced; 2 yards for adjacent stations.