Shooting hours are: Mon-Friday 8:00 AM till 9:30 PM / Sat & Sun 9:00AM till 9:30 PM
Hearing and eye protection must be worn while firing is in progress. Empty chamber indicators are required for ALL FIREARMS.
Assume all firearms are loaded and may discharge. Therefore, keep all firearms pointed downrange at all times.
Alcoholic beverages or drugs of any kind are never allowed on the firing line, nor people under the influence of same.
When no range officer is present, the shooters must agree among themselves whether the line is "safe" or "hot".
Do not handle firearms when the line has been declared "safe" or if anyone is in front of the firing line.
When the firing line is "safe", firearms must be in the box, or on the bench with magazines out, slides locked back, or cylinders open and empty, and empty chamber indicators in place.
Once the firing line has been declared "hot", you may handle, load, and shoot firearms.
No targets, cardboard, or paper is to be stapled or otherwise fastened to the baffle.|
Paper targets only, in the steel target holders provided, are the only targets permitted on the 12th Precinct pistol range from positions 7 - 48. Positions 1-6 must incorporate a approved target frame using PVC ground pipes or spec approved free standing frame either or with paper targets only.
Shooting at bottles, cans, or "plinking", is never permitted anywhere on 12th Precinct Club property.
Fast draw shooting is not permitted at any time. Deliberate draw and barricade shooting is only permitted on positions 1-4. Shooters must provide their own barricades and must remove them from 12th Precinct Club property when they are finished shooting.
No gun may be carried as a sidearm on 12th Precinct Club property except by law enforcement officers on duty.
ONLY .22 caliber rimfire rifles are permitted on 12th Precinct Club property.
Shotguns, Skeet, and Trap are not permitted on the 12th Precinct Club property, except Slug Shotguns may be used for hunting.
Sighting in black powder rifles is allowed with a maximum of ten shots for firearm allowed.
Guests must be accompanied by the host club member. Hosts are responsible for the proper and safe conduct of their guests and for their adherence to all club rules and regulations.
THE FUNDAMENTAL NRA RULES FOR SAFE GUN HANDLING
1. ALWAYS keep the gun pointed in a safe direction.
2. ALWAYS keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.
3. ALWAYS keep the gun unloaded until ready to use.