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Guidelines for Range Officers

 

Saturday 8:00 AM to 12:30 PM

    12:30 PM too 5:00 PM

    Sunday 1:00PM to 5:00 PM

  1. Please stay the entire time. Leave the range gate open to allow members or possible new members in.

  2. Don't have someone else other then another Range Officer lock up for you.

  3. Don't loan your key to someone other than another Range Officer.Please open the range regardless of weather conditions (except dangerous conditions).

  4. Always check the power lines for damage at the start and end of each day and report any damage or misuse of the range to a club officer or board member.

  5. Pick up the green folder from the clubhouse. This contains a range log, membership forms, schedules of organized shooting, and range rules.

  • At the top of the page enter the date, AM or PM, and your name. Have users of the range write their name below yours.

  • Membership forms must be filled out by every paying member. You need to print your name and range master on the “issued by” line. If a person is paying for one visit, initial on one of the three lines each time the person pays for a single visit. After the third time he is considered a yearly member. Give the person the white copy of of the form. The yellow copy goes with the payment for the club records. Put the payment and the yellow copy in the slot on the north end of the plywood enclosure in the clubhouse.

  • Give each new member a schedule of organized events.

  • Give each new member a copy of the range rules.

  • If a member brings guests, only allow 2 guests/member. If more than 2 some guests will have to pay for a membership.

  1. Shooting from 200 yards should only be allowed if it does not interfere with other shooting. No 300 yard shooting.

  2. Silhouettes will be available during scheduled shooting events only.

  3. While acting as Range Officer you may shoot if the range is not overly busy.

  4. If you cannot work your shift try to swap with another range officer or contact Chuck Vollan or Rick Van Sambeek.