Memberships and daily passes require new member orientation prior to use of the range. Elite or extended access memberships may also require completion of our Range Safety Officer (RSO) course.
Family memberships include spouse and children up to the age of 21. Family members may be required to share a lane when the range is busy.
Only our ammunition can be used on our range. Lead exposure can be a problem on indoor ranges, especially for people who train regularly. We have a very sophisticated (and expensive) ventilation system to protect shooters. Controlling ammo quality, though, provides an added layer of protection. It also protects our bullet traps, which helps us keep prices as reasonable as possible.
Background checks are required. The law says that if you have felony convictions or a history of domestic violence, you can't have a gun. For that reason, a background check will be required for members. We also have a responsibility, which we take seriously, to do everything we can to avoid training the bad guys.
Scheduled classes have precedence over open range time. The range will not be available for individual shooting when scheduled classes are using the range. Our schedule will be readily available to members.