Now open, our brand new Combat Pistol Range (CPR)!
Combat Pistol Range Rules – All Range Rules Apply
If anyone is down range while your entering the Combat Pistol Range, (CPR), EVERYTHING that your are carrying must be placed on the shelves on the right, not on the tables.
Your gear and firearms can only be placed onto the tables after ALL Shooters have returned to the canopy.
Do not handle any Firearms or touch ANYTHING on the tables if anyone is down range. Step back from the tables and do not touch anything on the tables.
Touching, loading and unloading of any Firearm or Magazine can only be done if no one is forward of your position on the range.
External strong side holsters (without a retention device) are Mandatory if you are going to use the CPR. No other holsters are allowed.
No shooting from the tables. Shoot only in your lane at the 3,7, 10, 15 + 25 yard marked positions.
If more than one shooter is at the range, there must be a prior agreement between all shooters what Yardage Line you are all going to shoot from next.
No shooter will ever place themselves in front of or behind another shooter. All Shooters must shoot from the same yardage line.
If Shooters want to shoot while in motion (walking across range or TOWARDS the Targets), only one shooter at a time is allowed on the Range.
When moving from the tables to any shooting position, your firearm must be unloaded and in your holster.
When returning from a shooting position never turn towards the tables or walk towards the tables or targets with a firearm in your hand. Holster your unloaded firearm first while facing down range.
All rounds must impact the berm between the side walls.
Do not shoot the timber protecting the turning target mechanism.
Full Metal Jacketed or Jacketed Ammo preferred. Steel, armor piercing, tracer or paint ball ammunition is prohibited. Minimum distance from the steel targets to the shooter is 15 yards.
Rifles are not allowed on the CPR.
Three basic NRA Safety Rules
A) Always keep the Gun pointed in a safe Direction.
B) Always keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.
C) Always keep the gun unloaded until ready to use.
•Know your target and what is beyond
•Know how to use the gun safely
•Be sure the gun is safe to operate
•Use only the correct ammunition for your gun
•Wear eye and ear protection as appropriate
•Never use alcohol, over the counter drugs or prescription drugs before or while shooting.
•Store guns so that they are not accessible to unauthorized persons
NEVER HAND A LOADED FIREARM TO ANYONE!
There are NO hand-to-hand transfers of Firearms. If you want to pass a firearm to another shooter, place the unloaded Firearm on the bench (or in your holster) and step back. The other shooter may then step forward and pick up (or withdraw) the weapon.
Whenever handling a firearm verify its perceived condition.
When arriving at the range with your Firearm, it must be unloaded and secured.