FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Yes, reservations are required and you must book at least (1) day in advance. This way we are better prepared to accommodate your requests and provide a great shooting experience.

Yes, we do require that you book your reservation and pay in full prior to arrival. But we understand you may want to add-on upon arrival. Just notify your range safety officer and we will process payment immediately.
We highly encourage that you do, as this is a once in a lifetime experience.

Yes, eye and ear protection are provided with all shooting packages & experiences.

Yes, we provide complimentary round-trip transportation with all our shooting packages & experiences. You must pre-book online.

Due to your medical condition and safety, it is not recommended that you shoot or even observe on property.

Safety is our #1 priority for all our guests and range. We have a zero alcohol & drug tolerance policy and we make every effort to inform you beforehand. If you arrive under the influence, we have the right to refuse service and no refunds will be issued.

Not a problem at all. We will do our best to accommodate your request. But it’s highly recommended that you try to get your package dialed in and pre-booked before arrival, so we are better prepared to give you a great shooting experience!

First-timers and beginner shooters are all welcome. We ask that you follow our Range Safety Officer’s instructions and pay attention to details. You will be good to go!

Please bring a photo ID or passport so we can verify your identification.

RANGE RULES

Safety is our #1 priorty. We go to great lengths to ensure the safety and enjoyment of our guests. In order to maintain our stringent levels of safety, we ask that all of our guests observe the following rules and regulations.

  • Make sure you have read and understand range rules before entering range.
  • Eye and ear protection is mandatory at all times.
  • Please follow Range safety rules and instruction provided by Range Safety Officer at all times.
  • Treat every gun as if it is always loaded.
  • Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction and down range.
  • Keep finger off the trigger until you are ready to shoot. Ready to shoot means that your sights are aligned on your target.
  • Guns should be unloaded anytime they are not being used.
  • Keep the firearm unloaded until you are ready to shoot. The magazine, cylinder and chamber should be visibly clear.
  • Know how your firearm operates. If unfamiliar then ask for help to learn how it operates.
  • Never cross the firing line and/or go downrange for any reason.
  • If there is a problem down range, summon the RSO and wait for further instructions. i.e.- dropped target, dropped ammo, magazines, or other equipment, etc.
  • Always unload firearms before changing shooters.
  • Never hand a loaded firearm to someone for any reason.
  • If a CEASE FIRE is called by anyone for any reason take your finger off the trigger, unload the weapon with the muzzle pointed downrange and wait for instructions from the RSO.
  • Anyone can call a CEASE FIRE. If you see anything unsafe, call the CEASE FIRE and wait for instructions from the RSO.
  • Shirt, shoes and shorts/pants are required.
  • If you are pregnant you may not shoot or be on the shooting range area.
  • Whenever you prepare to leave the shooting position, firearm should be unloaded with the action open and facing up for easy visual inspection.
  • We have the right to refuse service to anyone intoxicated or under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. No refunds will be issued.

Please remember to keep safety in mind at all times.

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