Pistol Range Rules

Kidd’s Place Range Rules

  1. All Federal, state, and local firearm laws must be obeyed.
  2. All firearms must be unloaded and cased when being brought into or removed from the facility.
  3. All firearms not on the firing line must be holstered, and unloaded with their action open and the magazine removed, or unloaded and encased.
  4. All shooters must pass the Kidd’s Place Range Test and complete and sign the RANGE RELEASE, WAIVER, HOLD HARMLESS, INDEMNIFICATION AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK AGREEMENT before using the Range.
  6. Eye and ear protection is mandatory at all times.
  7. Food, beverages, and smoking are prohibited on the firing line. (Smoking is allowed in designated smoking area only.)
  8. No muzzle loading firearms may be fired on the range.
  9. Only pistol calibers .22 – .45 may be fired.
  10. Only .22LR caliber rifles may be fired.
  11. Tracer, armor piercing, and steel core ammunition are prohibited.
  12. Commands issued by Range Officers and Range Personnel must be obeyed immediately and without question.
  13. When the command “Cease Fire” is given:
    1. Stop shooting IMMEDIATELY
    2. Remove your finger from the trigger
    3. Keep the gun pointed in a safe direction
    4. Wait for further instructions from the Range Officer
  14. No one other than Range personnel may go forward of the firing line unless authorized or instructed to do so by the Range Officer.
  15. When the line is declared “CLEAR”:
    1. All firearms must be holstered; or unloaded and benched or grounded, with the muzzle pointed down range, with the action open, ejection port or cylinder up, and magazine removed.
    2. Everyone must step back from the firing line.
    3. No firearms may be handled while the line is “CLEAR”
  16. Only NRA approved paper targets may be used.
  17. Firing a shot on the range that results in the bullet striking anything other than the target and/or backstop, may result in a damage or repair fine and/or your removal from the range.
  18. Cross firing of targets is prohibited.
  19. No firing from the hip, from holster, or quick draw.
  20. You may collect your own brass that is on or behind the firing line. Brass from other shooters and all brass that falls in front of the firing line may not be collected unless authorized by the Range Officer.
  21. NRA Range Officers reserve the right to inspect any firearms or ammunition for safety considerations.