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Range Rules

Range Rules - rev. 03/12/2019

GREEN VALLEY RIFLE AND PISTOL CLUB, INC
RANGE SAFETY AND OPERATING RULES
(Revised March 12, 2019)

Policy:

It is the policy of The Green Valley Rifle and Pistol Club (GV) to be committed to the safety and wellbeing of its members, guests, employees, volunteers, and neighbors. To insure the long term viability of our facilities and to support lawful and responsible firearms ownership and usage, safety must be the number one priority in all activities occurring on the properties.

Purpose:

This policy sets forth guidelines and procedures regulating the use of the GV ranges by all present. This policy is not intended to be a contract or to be construed to constitute contractual obligations of any kind between GV and anyone. GV retains the absolute right to modify range rules and/or procedures, temporarily or permanently, as needs arise.

This document should not be construed as creating a legal duty or a standard of safety or care. This policy is for internal use only and is not intended for use in any criminal or civil proceeding. Violations of this policy may form the basis for internal decisions. Only violations of the law may form the basis for civil or criminal sanctions in a recognized court.

Scope:

This policy applies to all GV range users, members, guests, volunteers, and employees seeking to utilize the Club’s facilities. All range users must familiarize themselves with this policy and sign the Agreement of Release and Liability verifying they have read, understand, and agree to abide by the letter and intent of its contents.

This policy and the accompanying general and specific range rules apply in general to all activities on GV property. The ONLY exceptions to these Rules may occur where the conditions of an ORGANIZED event, competition, or training program, conducted under the supervision of competent range staff, require. Variations from these rules are NOT PERMITTED when the shooting is not an organized event conducted under competent supervision and approved by the Board of Directors. Individual shooting, regardless of who is involved, does not qualify.

Access to the facilities requires safe, legal, and sportsmanlike behavior from everyone present. Offenders are subject to immediate suspension by any Board Member, range officer, employee, or discipline head. Such a suspension will be temporary, pending review by the Board of Directors.

You’re Bullet:

Every bullet you fire on Green Valley ranges or any location is “YOUR” personal responsibility. You and your family’s future require that “YOUR Bullet” be fired into a safe backstop. The Green Valley range rules require your bullet to be fired into a berm. The range rules require that no bullet leave this range. It only takes one bullet fired irresponsibly to affect your life and this club’s future forever.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section 1. General Safety

    1. Four Rules of Firearm Safety

    2. Alcohol and Drugs Prohibited.

    3. Impacting of Rounds

    4. Eye & Ear Protection Required

    5. Rules Governing Hosted Events

    6. Firearms/Ammunition That May Be Used

    7. Approved Targets

    8. Littering

    9. Vehicles Driven on Ranges

    10. Portable Range Equipment

    11. Entrance Gates

    12. Rule Enforcement

Section 2 Violation of Club Rules

2.1 Violation Categories

2.2 Property Violations

2.3 Safety Violations

2.4 Violation Enforcement

Section 3 Member Access and Use

3.1 Member Access and Renewal

3.2 Range Scheduling

3.3 Security of Club & Equipment

3.4 Range Availability & Shooting Times

Section 4 Guest Access and Use

4.1 Family Membership Rules

4.2 Guest of Members

Section 5 Definitions

5.1 Small Bore

5.2 Magnum Loads

5.3 Center fire Rifle

5.4 Pistol Caliber Carbine Rifle

5.5 Shotgun Slugs

5.6 Buckshot

5.7 Muzzle Loader Handgun, Rifle, & Shotgun

5.8 Definition Summary

Section 6 Range Specific Rules (Columbia Facility)

6.1 50-Yard Practical Range #1

6.2 35-Yard Falling Plate Range #2

6.3 35-Yard Barricade Range #3

6.4 25-Yard Timed & Rapid Fire Range #4 (Covered Firing Point)

6.5 25-Yard Target Range #5

6.6 50-Foot Indoor Range #6

6.7 50-Yard Slow Fire Range #7

6.8 100-Yard Vermillion Rim Fire Range #8

Section 7 Range Specific Rules (Hallsville Facility)

7.1 25-Yard Lower Mover Range #1

7.2 25-Yard Falling Plate Range #2

7.3 35-Yard Barricade Range #3

7.4 50-Yard Practical Range #4

7.5 250-Yard & 100-Yard Rifle Range #5

7.6 Upper 25-Yard Range #6

7.7 Upper 25-Yard Mover Range #7

7.8 Upper 25-Yard Mover Range #8

7.9 Upper 25-Yard Parking Lot Range #9

7.10 35-Yard Range #10

7.11 35-Yard Range #11

Section 1: General Range Safety and Operating Rules

1.1 The following Four Rules of Firearms Safety must form the basis of all shooting and firearms handling at GV. All persons engaging in such activity must be intimately familiar with these rules and abide by them at all times.

  • Treat all firearms as if they are loaded at all times.

  • Never allow the muzzle of a firearm to point at anything you are not willing to destroy.

  • Keep your finger outside of the trigger guard until you have made the decision to fire.

  • Be positive of the target and the backstop.

1.2 No person handling firearms in any manner on GV property can be under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

1.3 Each and every round fired MUST impact an established berm and remain on the GV property. All firing must be done from the established firing lines, never from behind or in front of them. All shooters on a range at the same time must fire from the same firing line. When multiple shooters are using the same range, one should assume the role of Acting Range Officer and be responsible for declaring the range “safe” or “hot.” When a range has been declared SAFE, all firearms must be unloaded, actions locked open, magazines removed, and safeties engaged. There shall be no handling of firearms when a range has been declared SAFE. Only when the range has been declared HOT may there be any handling or shooting of firearms.

1.4 All persons engaging in or observing shooting activity must wear appropriate eye and hearing protection. Offensive language, disruptive behavior, and horseplay are prohibited.

1.5 During scheduled activities the rules governing that event shall be the rules enforced. The GV authorized range officer associated with that event will enforce its rules and standards. In certain cases these activities will allow for some deviation from the range specific rules. These deviations will never violate the four basic safety rules described above.

1.6 Only firearms that are legally possessed under current State and Federal Law are permitted on GV property. Tracer, incendiary, and explosive projectiles are prohibited. Armor piercing projectiles may not be fired at any steel targets.

1.7 Only paper, cardboard, and club approved steel targets may be used. Under no circumstances should other items be used as targets. This means glass, appliances, electronics, rocks, concrete blocks, or any other item that might produce a ricochet or leave debris on the range may not be used as targets. Targets may never be placed so that proper hits on the target cause damage to club property. All targets must be placed at a height that insures all rounds fired impact the appropriate berm and cannot strike the ground in front of the berm.

1.8 All persons must clean up their trash. Brass and shotgun hulls are considered trash. Do not place live ammo in the trash barrels.

1.9 Only service vehicles (ATVs or Golf Carts) may be driven on the ranges. Personal vehicles are not to be driven on any range. Vehicle parking is only allowed in designated parking areas. Parking in front of the Hallsville facility action pistol ranges #1, 2, 3, 4, is prohibited.

1.10 Portable range equipment (target stands, barricades, etc) must be moved to the side of the range or behind the firing line after use. Nothing is to be left on the range.

1.11 Except during scheduled events requiring free access, gates should remain closed and locked during general recreational shooting.

1.12 All members are responsible for obeying the rules and reporting observed violations to a GV Board Member or Officer. All members using the range shall have their Range Pass visible or available for inspection. Except for organized activities allowing non-member participation, it is the duty of members to contact persons on the range without a visible pass and verify their membership. If they are not members, they should be asked to leave and the incident should be reported to a Board Member. Club members should not attempt to force anyone to leave or become involved in a hostile confrontation. Do not be offended if another club member asks to see your range pass! It is, in fact, their duty to do so. Be thankful they are diligent and caring about the well-being of the facility.

Section 2: Violations of Club Rules

2.1 In general, violations are to be divided into safety related and property misuse related.

2.2 For property misuse violations (which include abuse, damage, loss or other misuse of club property) the Board may require repairs, replacement, or payment for the property at the offender’s expense.

2.3 For safety related violations, the Board may revoke or suspend the membership privileges of the offender for a single serious violation. All cases, actions and decisions of the board in regard to safety and property violations are governed by the GV Bylaws.

2.4 Any violation of safety and/or property rules may result in anyone, member or guest, to be removed and/or banned from the property.

Section 3: Member Access and Use

3.1 All members in good standing will be provided the combination to the locks on the gates at both ranges and the indoor range at the Columbia Range. Annual membership renewal information is mailed about the first of December each year. Gate codes are changed on February 1st.

3.2 Access to, and the reserving of, facilities by members for specific events or purposes is on a first come, first served basis. Any scheduled activity shall have priority on range usage. However, members may use ranges not in use providing such activity does not interfere with the scheduled activity. The reserving of facilities is to be done through the club website (www.gvshoot.com) and emailing the “Range Scheduler” under contacts.

3.3 The security of the club and availability of equipment to members depends on controlling unauthorized use. Therefore, all keys and combinations beyond those provided to all members will be issued only with Board approval. Members requesting additional access should make their request to the Board at the monthly meeting.

3.4 Other than conflicts with scheduled activities, the ranges are open 365 days a year. Shooting hours are 8:00 am to 10:00 pm. There shall be no discharge of firearms prior to 8:00 am or after 10:00 pm.

Section 4: Guest Access and Use

4.1 Members must accompany their guests at all times. A member’s spouse and those persons under the age of 18 living in the member’s household may accompany the member to the range any time and for an unlimited number of times. Any other person may only be brought to the range as a guest three times per calendar year.

4.2 Guests are held to the same standards of safety and behavior as members and the accompanying member will be held responsible for the actions of their guests.

Section 5: Definitions:

5.1 Small bore - .22 short, long, or long rifle rim fire cartridges. For the purposes of range specific cartridge limitations, all other rim fire cartridges are considered center fire. On a range allowing “small bore” cartridges only, .22 magnum, .17 HMR, .17 Mach 2, and similar cartridges shall not be used.

5.2 Magnum Loads – Given today’s proliferations of cartridges, one must exercise good judgment as it is impossible to list all chambering’s available. For example, lead bullets, loaded to traditional .44 Special velocities in a .44 Magnum case would be permissible in the indoor range. .45 Colt lead bullets, loaded to .44 magnum velocities in firearms that can handle it, are not permissible on the indoor range.

5.3 Center fire Rifle – While this seems self-explanatory, it should also include high velocity cartridges fired from handguns. For example, a handgun chambered in what is traditionally considered a rifle cartridge, shall not be used where the rules prohibit center fire rifles (.223, .221 Fireball, .243, .308, etc)

5.4 Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC) Rifle – A lightweight rifle with a short barrel. Many carbines are shortened versions of full-length rifles shooting 9mm, .357 Sig, .40 S&W, 10mm and .45 ACP caliber ammunition designed for pistols. Some PCC calibers are prohibited on action pistol ranges because of their impact on the falling plates and turning target mechanisms.

5.5 Shotgun Slugs – Shotgun ammunition firing a single projectile.

5.6 Buckshot – any shot shell loaded with pellets larger than #2’s.

5.7 Muzzleloader Handgun (MLH), Rifle (MLR), & Shotgun (MLS) - A muzzleloader is any firearm into which the projectile and usually the propellant charge is loaded from the muzzle of the gun. This is distinct from the more popular modern designs of breech-loading firearms.

5.8 In summary, all persons using GV ranges are expected to conform to the intent of these rules, even if the letter of the rules does not specifically prohibit such activity. The intent of these rules is safety and the preservation of club property. When in doubt about a specific firearm or cartridge, do not use it until you have received clarification from a Board Member. The rules for each range will show firearms and/or cartridges that are allowed or prohibited, target type and location specifications, and what firing lines may be used. Certain ranges such as the Action Pistol ranges #1, 2, 3, 4 have additional limitations that are specified for pistol ammunition only.

COLUMBIA RANGE FACILITIES

4900 N. Wyatt Lane

Columbia, MO

Section 6: Range Specific Rules for Columbia Ranges

Each range at the two GV properties has specific capabilities and limitations. These limitations are based on safety and property preservation issues. Deviations from these range specific rules will be treated as safety and/or property violations.

Fully automatic fire is NOT ALLOWED on any of the Columbia ranges.

.50 caliber BMG rounds are prohibited from all Columbia ranges.

Armor piercing rounds are prohibited on all steel targets.

    1. 50-Yard Practical Range #1:

  1. Firearms Approved: Small bore rifles, small bore handguns, pistol caliber carbines (PCC), center fire handguns, center fire rifles, shotguns, and muzzleloading rifles, pistols and shotguns.

  1. Firearms Prohibited: .50 Caliber BMG Rifle and full automatic fire.

  1. Targets Approved: Paper or cardboard only. No clay disc shooting. All targets on this range must be placed on the established 50 yard target line.

  1. Firing Line: Shooters may move forward and fire from shorter ranges when all present agree on the distance.

    1. 25-Yard Falling Plate Range #2:

  1. Firearms Approved: Small bore rifles, small bore handguns, pistol caliber carbine rifles (9mm and .45 caliber only), center fire handguns, shotguns with #7 shot or smaller.

  1. Firearms Prohibited: Magnum handgun loads are likely to cause target damage and are prohibited. Shotguns may be used but slugs and buckshot are specifically prohibited.

  1. Targets Approved: Only the permanent falling steel plates are to be used as targets.

  1. Firing Line: Firing may be from the various established firing lines, defined by the ropes laid on the ground. No firing shall be done from any distance closer than the closest rope (10 yds), or farther than the farthest rope at 25 yds.

    1. 35-Yard Barricade Range #3:

  1. Firearms Approved: Small bore rifles, small bore handguns, pistol caliber carbine rifles (9mm and .45 caliber only), and center fire handguns.

  1. Firearms Prohibited: Center fire rifles, shotguns, and muzzleloading firearms are specifically prohibited.

  1. Targets Approved: Cardboard and paper targets only. All targets must be placed at the established target line.

  1. Firing Line: All firing must be from the various established firing lines defined by the permanent barricades.

    1. 25-Yard Timed & Rapid Fire Range #4 (Covered Firing Point):

  1. Firearms Approved: Small bore rifles, small bore handguns, pistol caliber carbine rifles, center fire handguns, muzzleloading pistols.


  1. Firearms Prohibited: Center fire rifles, shotguns, and muzzleloading rifles and shotguns are specifically prohibited.

  1. Targets Approved: Cardboard and paper targets only. All targets must be placed at the established target line.

  1. Firing Line: All firing must be from the established firing line.

6.5 25-Yard Target Range #5:

  1. Firearms Approved: Small bore rifles, small bore handguns, pistol caliber carbine rifles, center fire handguns, and muzzleloading pistols.


  1. Firearms Prohibited: Center fire rifles, shotguns, and muzzleloading rifles and shotguns are specifically prohibited.

  1. Targets Approved: Cardboard and paper targets only. All targets must be placed at the established target line.

  1. Firing Line: Firing may be done from the various established distances on the range.

    1. 50-Foot Indoor Range #6:

The indoor range has special requirements in regard to the exhaust fan and furnace. Only members that have received orientation on these systems from a Board member or discipline head may use this range.

  1. Firearms Approved: “Conventional” center fire handguns with lead bullets and all small bore handguns and small bore rifles.


  1. Firearms Prohibited: Under no circumstances are center fire jacketed bullets to be used. No magnum handgun loads, regardless of bullet construction may be used. Center fire rifles and shotguns are prohibited. All muzzleloading firearms are prohibited.

  1. Targets Approved: Paper and cardboard only and they may only be used at the established target line. All shooters must fire on the target number that corresponds to their firing position number. (no shots may be fired diagonally)

  1. Firing Line: All firing must be done from the established firing line.

6.7 50-Yard Slow Fire Range #7:

  1. Firearms Approved: Small bore rifles, small bore handguns, pistol caliber carbines, center fire handguns, center fire rifles, and muzzleloading rifle and pistols.


  1. Firearms Prohibited: Shotguns, and muzzleloading shotguns are specifically prohibited.

  1. Targets Approved: Cardboard and paper targets only. All targets must be placed at the established target line.

  1. Firing Line: Shooters may move forward and fire from shorter ranges when all present agree on the distance.

    1. 100-Yard (Vermillion) Rimfire Rifle Range #8:

  1. Firearms Approved: Small bore .22 short, long, or long rifle only

  1. Firearms Prohibited: All center fire pistol & rifle ammunition, .22 magnum, .17 HMR, .17 Mach 2, and shotguns. All muzzleloading rifles, pistols and shotguns are prohibited.

  1. Targets Approved: Paper or cardboard only for general use. Targets must be placed only on the established 100 yard target lines. Steel targets are only allowed during scheduled small bore silhouette competitions. These matches may also use the established target lines at 40, 50, 77, and 100 meters.

  1. Firing Line: All firing must be done from the established firing line.

HALLSVILLE RANGE FACILITY

4350 E Academy Road

Hallsville, MO 65255

Section 7. Range Specific Rules for Hallsville Ranges:

.50 caliber BMG rounds are prohibited from all ranges.

Armor piercing ammunition is prohibited on all steel targets

7.1 25-Yard Lower Mover Range #1:

  1. Firearms Approved: All legal handguns, small bore rifles and pistol caliber carbine rifles in 9mm or .45 caliber only.

  1. Firearms Prohibited: All center fire rifles such as .223, 5.56, .270, .308 etc. and shotguns are prohibited from this specific mover range.

  1. Targets Approved: Cardboard, paper, and portable steel. Though portable targets are allowed on this range, care must be taken to insure pass through rounds impact the shredded rubber berm and steel splatter does not damage any of the mover mechanism or protective walls. Targets must be placed high enough so pass through rounds are not going into the wood mulch or timber supports. Rounds must impact the shredded rubber covered dirt berm.

  1. Firing Line: Firing may be done from the various distances (10, 15, 20, 25 yard) on the range.

Only personnel that have been properly oriented on the use of the mover mechanism will be given the access code and may use this range. Please contact a Board member for that information. Targets should be accessed from the right side of the range. Do not walk on the wood mulch or timber supports to change, paste, or score targets.

    1. 25-Yard Falling Plate Range #2:

  1. Firearms Approved: Small bore handguns, center fire handguns, pistol caliber carbine rifles (9mm and .45 caliber only), small bore rifles and muzzleloading pistols.

  1. Firearms Prohibited: All center fire rifles, muzzleloading rifles, shotguns with shot larger than #7, and muzzleloading shotguns are prohibited. Magnum handgun loads are likely to cause target damage and are also prohibited.

  1. Targets Approved: Only the permanent falling steel plates are to be used as targets.

  1. Firing Line: Firing may be from the various established firing lines (10, 15, 20, 25 yard), defined by the ropes laid on the ground. No firing shall be done from any distance closer than the closest rope at 10 yds, or farther than the farthest rope at 25-yds.

    1. 35-Yard Barricade Range #3:

  1. Firearms Approved: Small bore handguns, small bore rifles, center fire handguns, pistol caliber carbine rifles (9mm and .45 caliber only) and muzzleloading pistols .

  1. Firearms Prohibited: All center fire rifles, and shotguns are prohibited. Magnum ammunition is also prohibited.

  1. Targets Approved: Cardboard and paper targets only. All targets must be placed at the established target line. Use of “H” frames for targets and steel poppers will be placed in such a way to prevent rounds and scatter damaging the barricades and turning equipment. Targets or other training or event materials WILL NOT be stapled to any barricades.

  1. Firing Line: All firing must be from the various established firing lines defined by the permanent barricades at 10, 15, 25, and 35 yds

The turning target mechanism on this range shall only be operated by persons receiving training and permission from the Board.

    1. 50-Yard (Practical) Range #4:

  1. Firearms Approved: Small bore handguns, small bore rifles, center fire handguns, pistol caliber carbine rifles (9mm and .45 caliber only), and muzzleloading pistols.

  1. Firearms Prohibited: All center fire rifles, shot guns with shot larger than #7, rifle cartridge handguns and muzzleloading handguns and shotguns are prohibited. All magnum ammunition is also prohibited. There shall be no firing from the benches located behind the range under any circumstance.

  1. Targets Approved: Cardboard and paper targets only. All targets must be placed at the established target line.

  1. Firing Line: Firing may be from various distances with the maximum being 50 yards. Rope markers indicate 10, 15, 25, and 50 yards.

The turning target mechanism on this range shall only be operated by persons receiving training and permission from the Board.

    1. 250-Yard and 100-Yard Rifle Range #5:

The use of the rifle range requires constant diligence on the part of users to insure targets are placed at the proper height to insure all rounds strike the established berm at the end of the range. Under no circumstances may rounds be allowed to strike the ground short of the berm. Firing into the hillsides on the sides of the range is prohibited.

  1. Firearms Approved: Small-bore rifles, center fire rifles, pistol caliber carbines, shotgun slugs and muzzleloading rifles. Specialty handguns, chambered in high velocity cartridges and fired from a stable rest may be used.


  1. Firearms Prohibited: “Conventional” handgun shooting is prohibited. Armor piercing ammunition is prohibited on all steel targets.

  1. Targets Approved: Cardboard and paper targets may be used. All targets must be placed at the proper height to insure all rounds strike the established berm and nowhere else. Steel targets on the range may also be used. Only steel targets provided by the club are allowed on the range and should be placed in front of the berm if possible.

  1. Firing Line: All firing must be done from the established firing line as defined by the concrete pad.

No personal vehicles are to be driven forward of the firing line.

    1. Upper 25-Yard Range #6:

  1. Firearms Approved: All legal firearms.

  1. Firearms Prohibited: None.

  1. Targets Approved: Cardboard, paper, and portable steel targets only. While portable targets may be used and placed at various distances, care must taken to insure pass through rounds and splatter from steel does not damage the side wall or target frames. Rifle and shotgun ammunition should not be fired at steel targets closer than 25 yds.

  1. Firing Line: Firing may be from various distances. No firing may take place from beyond the 25 yd. marker.

No personal vehicles are to be driven forward of the firing line.

    1. Upper 25-Yard Mover Range #7:

  1. Firearms Approved: All Legal firearms.

  1. Firearms Prohibited: None.

  1. Targets Approved: Cardboard, paper, and portable steel. Though portable targets are allowed on this range, care must be taken to insure pass through rounds and steel splatter does not damage any of the mover mechanism or protective walls. Targets must be placed at a height so that pass through rounds impact the dirt berm and not the wood mulch or timber behind the mulch. Access to the mover targets should only be done from the right side of the range. Do not walk on the shredded mulch in front of the mover mechanisms.

  1. Firing Line: Firing may be done from the various distances (10, 15, 20, 25 yard) on the range.

Only personnel that have been properly oriented on the use of the mover mechanism may use this range. Please contact a Board member for that information.

    1. Upper 25-Yard Mover Range #8:

  1. Firearms Approved: All Legal firearms.

  1. Firearms Prohibited: None.

  1. Targets Approved: Cardboard, paper, and portable steel. Though portable targets are allowed on this range, care must be taken to insure pass through rounds and steel splatter does not damage any of the mover mechanism or protective walls. Targets must be placed at a height so that pass through rounds impact the dirt berm and not the wood mulch or timber behind the mulch. Access to the mover targets should only be done from the right side of the range. Do not walk on the shredded wood mulch in front of the mover mechanisms.

  1. Firing Line: Firing may be done from the various distances (10, 15, 20, 25 yard) on the range.

Only personnel that have been properly oriented on the use of the mover mechanism may use this range. Please contact a Board member for that information.

No personal vehicles are to be driven forward of the firing line.

    1. 25-Yard Upper Parking Lot Range #9

  1. Firearms Approved: All Legal Firearms.

  1. Firearms Prohibited: None.

  1. Targets Approved: Cardboard, paper, and portable steel targets only. While portable targets may be used and placed at various distances, care must be taken to insure pass through rounds and splatter from steel does not damage the target frames or strike the concrete side wall. Only steel targets provided by the club are allowed on the range and should be placed in front of the berm if possible.

  1. Firing Line: Firing may be done from various distances on the range with a maximum of 25 yards. Shooters must use good judgment when shooting steel poppers with pistol ammunition. Center fire rifle caliber shooting on steel should be no closer than 25 yards.

The covering over the picnic tables at the back of the range are intended for users to get out of the rain or sun during training events. Shooting from the covered tables is prohibited. The shooting distance for this range is limited to 25 yards.

Firing into the protective berm on the left side of the range, or the concrete wall on the right side of the range, is prohibited. All rounds must impact the berm behind the target frames.

No personal vehicles shall be driven upon the range.

    1. 35-Yard Range #10

  1. Firearms Approved: All legal Firearms

  1. Firearms Prohibited: None.

  1. Targets Approved: Cardboard, paper, and portable steel targets only. While portable targets may be used and placed at various distances, care must be taken to insure pass through rounds and splatter from steel does not damage the wooden target frames.

  1. Firing Line: Firing may be done at various distances on the range with a maximum of 35 yards. All shooters on the range must shoot from the same distance.

No personal vehicles shall be driven upon the range.

    1. 35-Yard Range #11

  1. Firearms Approved: All legal firearms

  1. Firearms Prohibited: None.

  1. Targets Approved: Cardboard, paper, and portable steel targets only. While portable targets may be used and placed at various distances, care must be taken to insure pass through rounds and splatter from steel does not damage the target frames.

  1. Firing Line: Firing may be done at various distances on the range with a maximum of 35 yards. All shooters on the range must shoot from the same distance.

No personal vehicles shall be driven upon the range.

The continued availability of the Green Valley ranges depends on the good judgment and diligence of all users. One careless moment by a single individual could result in hundreds of gun owners losing a great facility. Do not be that person.

All members must read and understand these rules before firing that first shot.