Shooting firearms without following the basic rules of firearms is an accident waiting to happen. When a individual follows the rules of firearm ownership, the user and those in the area can be assured of a safe and enjoyable experience.
Below is a list of our current range rules and procedures. Modifications are made as needed and will be updated on this website and posted at the range.
Club Board of Directors (BOD) serve as Range Safety Officers and are empowered to enforce all Club rules and regulations.
The unsafe handling of firearms will not be tolerated and may result in dismissal from the Club.
Members of the BOD have the authority to immediately suspend member privileges. All members are responsible for knowing and adhering to the RANGE SAFETY RULES and the RANGE RULES AND REGULATIONS.
Failure to follow stated rules and regulations will result in the termination of membership in the Pensacola Rifle and Pistol Club.
Members should police each other to promote safe practices for all.
All members are responsible for their guests and actions while on range property.
The member must make sure their guests follow all rules and procedures of the range. Failure to do so may result in termination of membership.
Centerfire rifles and rifle caliber carbines may be used on any yardline. Rimfire rifles and non-rifle caliber carbines (example: M1 Carbine) may be used only at 100 yards, no pistols may be fired on this range at any time.
If you already have a solid 300 yard elevation zero for the particular rifle you intend to use, you may proceed. However, if you do not have a previously established 300 yard zero, use the 25 yard procedure listed above.
Deliberate safety violations or willful failure to follow the rules can result in probation periods to termination of membership. Only the most egregious violations will cause loss of membership.
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