Range Use Regulations
DAYLIGHT USE ONLY
NO RIFLES OF ANY KIND
NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AT ANY TIME ON THE RANGE
DO NOT ENGAGE STEEL TARGETS CLOSER THAN 10 YARDS.
<![if !supportLists]>1 <![endif]>The SPSA range is designed for shooting of handguns and shotguns only.†† All rounds fired must impact into the berm.
<![if !supportLists]>2 <![endif]>No rifles of any kind may be fired on the SPSA range at any time.†† This includes .22LR rifles and also handguns that shoot rifle cartridges (TC in 308 etc).†† This is a safety issue and there will be no exceptions.
<![if !supportLists]>3 <![endif]>Shooting of aerial targets or shooting targets placed on the ground where bullets may ricochet over the berm is STRICTLY FORBIDDEN.†† If you want to shoot cans or the like make sure they are at the base of the berm or on the berm and not out in the middle of a bay where ricochets can occur.†† Do not shoot glass of any kind.
<![if !supportLists]>4 <![endif]>This range facility will be used so as not to endanger the residences located on adjacent property.
<![if !supportLists]>5 <![endif]>Members will have unlimited DAYLIGHT only range access but no shooting is allowed before 9:00AM Monday thru Saturday or before 1:00PM on Sundays.††† No firing after dark will be allowed.
<![if !supportLists]>6 <![endif]>NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES will be allowed on the range at any time for any purpose.
<![if !supportLists]>7 <![endif]>On our scheduled match days the range will be operated as a cold range.†† All guns on the range will be kept UNLOADED in a bag or holster.††† Revolvers, chambers empty and cylinder closed.††† Automatics, chamber empty, slide closed, magazine out, hammer down.††† The only place you can handle a gun is at the safe area or on a match stage when it is your turn to shoot.††† No ammo may be handled at the safe area.†† When participating in a match stage, the range officer on the stage will instruct you when to load and make ready.††† CWP holders who come to participate in the match, or just to watch, are asked to leave their carry weapon in their vehicle while at the range.
<![if !supportLists]>8 <![endif]>Members may bring target materials to the range for practice.†† The member will be responsible for cleaning up and removing all materials from the range after each use.††† Target stands are available on the range.†† DO NOT STAPLE TARGETS TO THE RANGE PROPS OR BARRICADES PLEASE, OR PLACE TARGETS IN FRONT OF THEM.
<![if !supportLists]>9 <![endif]>The steel plate rack is available for use as a practice target.†† Care must be taken when shooting any steel target.†† DO NOT ENGAGE STEEL TARGETS OF ANY TYPE CLOSER THAN 10 YARDS.
<![if !supportLists]>10 <![endif]>Members in good standing may bring guests to the range.†† The accompanying member is responsible for the guest while on the range.
<![if !supportLists]>11 <![endif]>All members and their guests must wear safety or shooting glasses and hearing protection while on the range.
Sponsorship by a current member of SPSA is required to be considered for membership.†† Maintaining an NRA Membership is required of all members of SPSA.††† The new member approval process requires that the new memberís name must be run in two monthly newsletters membership approval before the new member receives range privileges.
If you have any questions please contact Eddie Wagner (Click name to e-mail)