All basic firearm handling and shooting rules referred to in the Standard Operating Procedures apply to the pistol ranges as well as those listed below.
- Positively no high power rifles are to be used on the pistol ranges. Examples include but are not limited to, 30-30, 243, 45-70, 7mm mag. 30-06 etc.
- Only pistols can be used on the pistol ranges steel targets.
- Magnum pistol calibers are not to be shot at steel targets on the pistol ranges.
- The largest caliber pistol that may be used on the pistol ranges steel targets is 45.
- Maximum velocity of any caliber to be used on the pistol ranges steel targets is 1100 fps. Make sure your ammo does not put dents in the steel targets, or other wise damage the steel targets.
- The steel targets on the pistol range are for medium and light performance ammo such as 32, 38 special, 9mm, and 40 Smith and Wesson and 45acp, and low velocity cowboy action ammo.
- Minimum distance personnel will be when shooting at the pistols ranges steel targets is 7 yards, (21 feet) from the target.
- Pistol caliber rifles, (i e cowboy action & 357, 44-40, 45 Colt, etc.) can only be used on paper targets. Pistol caliber rifles (including 22 rim fire) will not be used on the pistol range steel targets. Cowboy action Shooting Events can be conducted with permission of the board of directors.
- Regardless of caliber or ammo used, members and/or their guests will be held accountable for any damage that occurs when shooting the steel targets on the pistol ranges.
- Tracers, incendiary, and armor piercing ammo is prohibited on the pistol range.
- All guns will be fired so that the projectiles will remain inside the berms of the pistol ranges.
- Muzzle loading firearms, both pistol and rifle may be use on the pistol ranges. Muzzle loading rifles will not be used on the pistol ranges steel targets.