Rules and Regulations
Firing-Line Indoor Shooting Range Rules
- All firearms brought into the building must be unloaded and encased in a gun case/bag/box/etc… NO holstered weapons allowed [Law enforcement exempt]. If firearm is not in a case or container, action must be locked open.
- All firearms and ammunition will be inspected by range officers.
- No holstered weapons are allowed on the range.
- No steel jacket or steel core ammunition – No semi-jacketed ammunition. All ammunition must be full metal jacket or lead. No Wolf, WPA or Tula ammunition allowed.
- No center fire rifles. No rifle caliber handguns. No black powder.
- Handle all weapons, magazines and ammunition in booth only, not at the viewing window.
- The muzzle must be pointed down range at all times – shooters must load and unload the firearms while keeping the muzzle down range.
- Do not bring any loaded or jammed weapons off the range for any reason. If there is a problem, lay the gun in the booth and notify range officer.
- No rapid-fire permitted. Allow at least one second between shots.
- Open one door at a time when entering or leaving the range.
- Rental guns must be used with Firing-Line copper-plated reloaded ammunition only.
- Firing-Line reloaded brass is the property of Firing-Line Ranges and will not be allowed to leave the range. Please sweep all brass forward.
- Never go beyond the firing line.
- No eating, drinking, or smoking allowed on the range.
- Always treat the firearm as if it is loaded.
- Always point the firearm in a safe direction.
- Always keep your finger of the trigger until you’re ready to shoot.
- Always keep the firearm unloaded unless actively shooting.
- Always be sure of your target and what’s behind it.
- Always wear eye/ear protection when shooting a firearm.
- Do not handle firearms while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
- No pregnant women allowed on the range for the baby’s safety.
- If you are a felon, you are not permitted on the range for any reason nor may you be in possession of a firearm under Federal Law.
No Rapid Fire, No Double Tap
Always Wear Eye/Ear Protection
Have fun and, as always, be safe!