The rifle range is designed for all rifle, pistol and shotgun fire arms and ammunition. All fire arms, including machineguns, and all calibers are allowed up to and including the 50 caliber BMG. The rifle range is normally used by members and their guests to sight-in rifles and pistols, for general plinking, target shooting as well as for competitive shooting events such as NRA and CMP matches. It can be used for any event suitable for such purposes. All basic safety precautions, firearms handling, and shooting rules previously listed apply to this range as well as those listed below.
- The use of tracer, incendiary, pyrotechnic, or explosive ammunition is forbidden.
- Armor piercing ammunition shall not be used on any of the clubs steel targets
- The 50 BMG calibers shall not be fired at any steel targets belonging to the Worland Shooting Complex. Only paper targets should be used for this caliber.
- Steel targets are not to be shot with high power pistols and rifles closer than 200 yards. All steel targets will remain 200 yards or further from the firing line.
- All firearms will be fired so that the projectiles will remain inside the boundaries of the rifle range to the best of the shooters ability to do so.
- Regardless firearms, or caliber or ammo used, members, and/or their guests will be held accountable for any damage that occurs when shooting on the rifle range.
- The placement of all targets, both steel and target boards, (from 0 yards to 700 yards,) and the benches on the firing line, will be regulated by the Board of Directors, so as to ensure safe shooting practices, minimize cross fires, ricochets, blind spots, and other potential hazards. Not all targets will be accessible for shooting, from all benches.