Rules of the Range
Always treat every firearm as if it is loaded.
Never point a firearm at anything you do not intend to shoot
Keep your finger off the trigger and outside the trigger guard until ready to fire
Keep muzzles of all unholstered and/or uncased firearms pointed at the backstop at all times
All Federal, State, and Local firearms laws must be obeyed.
Minimum age to shoot at the Range is 10 years old. Persons under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
Pregnant women are not allowed in the Range.
Firearms brought into the building must be unloaded and cased.
The use of drugs or alcohol prior to, or while at the range, will result in immediate removal from the Range.
No food, drinks, gum, or tobacco is permitted inside the shooting lanes.
Eye and ear protection is mandatory before entering the range and must be worn at all times.
Open one door at a time when entering or leaving the range.
All firearms must be cased and uncased on the shooting tray only. No firearms outside of cases outside of the shooting stall.
When switching lanes, you must unload and case your firearm.
Up to two (2) people may share one (1) lane.
Fire from within the booth only.
Range Officers are permitted to bar anyone from the range for handling a gun in an unsafe manner.
If you observe an unsafe condition, report it to a Range Officer immediately.
Do not bring any loaded or jammed firearms off the range for any reason. If there is a problem, lay the firearm on the shooting tray and notify a Gunfighter Canyon employee.
Only ammunition sold by Gunfighter Canyon will be allowed in the Range. Usage of the range will be revoked for anyone using outside ammunition.
Brass must be left on the range.
Cross firing of targets is prohibited. All firing should be aimed fire.
Owners of Class III firearms must be in possession of any special permits or paperwork required by law.
No one other than range personnel may go forward of the firing line.
Only approved paper targets may be used.
Use the appropriate size target, placed at eye level, to ensure that your shots strike the backstop and not the floor, ceiling or target holder. Firing a shot on the range that results in the bullet striking anything other than the target and/or backstop resulting in damage may result in a repair fine and/or your removal from the Range.
When you are completely finished shooting and wish to leave, all of your firearms must be unloaded and securely encased before leaving the shooting position.
Failure to abide by all of these rules while on the range may result in you and/or your party being dismissed from the range.