Range A is a premiere rifle range and is set up for the provision of paper targets at all distances from 100 to 600 metres. Metal gongs are located inside of metal enclosures at distances of 200 to 600 metres to contain ricochets and bullet splatter.

  • If you arrive and the white strobe light is flashing and you see no evidence of people on the range, do not assume that the range is clear. Drive down range and ensure that there are no members or hazards prior to making the range “Hot”. 
  • Shooting benches on Range A are color coded along with the downrange target boards. Blue benches shoot the blue target boards and yellow benches shoot the yellow target boards. This is to avoid crossfire and reduce ricochet hazard.
  • All firing must be done at the red firing line.
  • The non shooter safe line is designated by the blue line. All spectators not shooting must be behind the blue line while firing in progress. 
  • Rifles can only be uncased, handled, cleaned, or shot when the “Red – Hot” light is on.
  • When going down range to place or remove a target, ensure all shooters/people agreed to the ceasefire.
    • Ensure all rifles are removed from the benches and racked with actions open. 
    • Turn off the red led “Range Hot” lights and turn on the “People Downrange” white flashing beacon light. 
    • Be sure that all persons have returned from down range before turning off the white beacon light. 
    • A fluorescent yellow vest (provided) must be worn if going down range. 
    • Vehicles may be driven downrange with flashers turned on to replace and remove targets. Do not use vehicles if the road is snowed in or too wet to navigate and you must stay on gravel. If you get stuck, you must immediately notify the club via email or phone and arrange for a tow at your expense.