Range Etiquette

Range Etiquette

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You are personally responsible for your safety.  The Range officer or instructor has enough to administer without constantly reminding participants of basic safety procedures.

Eye protection including side protection must be worn at all times.

Ear protection must be worn at all times

Leave your guns in their gun bags or boxes.  Put on your holster and mag pouches.

If you show up to the range unarmed.  Leave your gun in the bag while a range officer takes you over to a safe direction to help you get your gun in a holster.

If your carry gun is on you and loaded, and that is the gun you choose to shoot.  Then leave it in your holster.  You can change out your magazine with a magazine with ball ammo without taking it out of the holster.  If this is new to you get a range officer to assist you.

Welcome Happy to see you. We are all here to get better and have fun.

identify location of medical equipment

Calling 911 Red Lights or Blue Lights. Where are we? Louland gun club 12425 Union Rd, Naples, FL 34114

Always  wear Eye & Ear Protection General gun Safety rules (Cold Range)

  • All guns are always loaded. Even if they are not, treat them as if they are.
  • Never let the muzzle cover anything you are not willing to destroy. …
  • Keep your finger off the trigger till your sights are on the target. …
  • Identify your target, and what is behind it.

Cease fire (Freeze Tag), Hot Brass, Don’t pick up magazines etc. until the range is cleared by the RSO.

Holster SLOW, be kind to the RSO’s

No Bimetal Ammo

A no band aid day is a great day.

Leave your pride in the parking lot.

OK to Draw Fast Holster Slow

Additional training before commencing (holster work USPSA Rules, Pistol Caliber rifle, etc.)

Rules for USPSA bays, Resetting Targets/Tires

Step by Step Gun Training