RANGE 6 Shotgun Range

RANGE 6 Shotgun Range

RANGE 6 Shotgun Range

The Shotgun Range (Range 6) is adequately equipped with birds and throwers for anyone who wishes to make prior arrangements to access them.  Simply send an email and a volunteer will be happy to operate this equipment for you and your party at a mutually convenient time.

Consumption of alcohol or drugs on range premises is prohibited

Consumption of alcohol or drugs on range premises is prohibited

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  • All range users MUST be LF&G range members or possess valid day passes and carry same when on the range.
  • The normal equipment used at this range and the normal operation of this range is indicated in the following descriptions.
  • On an exception basis (pre-approved matches or range bookings) the use of other equipment may be allowed
  • At all other times these rules are in force.

Range Details

Location:    Southern end of range facility

Description: Skeet, Trap, Sporting Clays and 5 Stand range

Advance warning system: RED light on office building

Active firing line: RED light on

Firing has ceased: RED light off

No. Firing Points:  N/A

Firing Distances:  N/A

Approved Firearms:  Shotguns only

Approved Targets:  Frangible clay pigeons

Approved Ammunition: Shot shells – #6 or less (the number must be 6 or higher) – No single projectiles (slugs) allowed.

Range Rules

  1. No firing before 8 AM and no firing after sunset or 9 PM (whichever is earlier).
  2. No firing if target visibility is reduced as determined by the Range Officer.
  3. Turn ON the RED light while the range is active.
  4. Use approved firearms and ammunition only.
  5. Use only frangible clay targets that are launched into the air.
  6. When using personal throwers set up between the skeet and trap range only.
  7. When firing the muzzle direction must always be down range
  8. Loaded firearms are allowed only at an active firing line. Loaded firearms shall never be left unattended.
  9. Do not move or transport loaded firearms between ranges, vehicles or firearm safety areas.
  10. Unattended firearms shall be unloaded with the action left open.
  11. Shooters not actively on a firing point will have their gun’s actions open, with the muzzle pointed in a safe direction and the gun will be empty.
  12. Guns will only be loaded after the shooter takes a position on one of the firing points.
  13. Only one (1) shell will normally be in the firearm unless the rules of play require more than one shell. Rule Eliminated August 20, 2013
  14. Hearing protection for shooters and range staff in near proximity to an active firing line is mandatory.
  15. Eye protection for shooters and range staff in near proximity to an active firing point is mandatory.
  16. All spent hulls must be collected and disposed of in containers provided or removed from range.
  17. At the conclusion of each and every use of the range, all firing points are to be cleared of hulls and debris, and RED light turned off.
  18. At no time are glass, pop cans or similar items allowed to be targets on the range facility.
  19. The detonation of explosive devices is prohibited on the range property.
  20. Burning of garbage is prohibited. All garbage is to be collected, bagged and taken to the garbage bin located at the main gate or otherwise removed from the range property.
  21. The post with the arrow indicates the west most target area on the southern berm.

 

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