Current Issues

Members are asked to use only industry standard targets on the range, such as steel targets, self-healing targets, reactive targets, and paper targets printed from downloaded files.  This not only prevents the ranges from getting trashed up, but everyone’s shooting experience is much safer.     

But we never expected to have to remind members not to shoot rocks on the range.  Someone not only brought in a pair of rocks from off the range, they placed them on a spindle in a falling plate bay.   The last two items are specifically briefed at orientation, and the range rules state that no intentional damage to target stands, equipment, or range property is acceptable. 

What happened here violates several rules.  And the member didn’t even pick up the rocks afterward.   This is an example of what not to do.