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Range Rules

·You must be 18 years of age or older to use the range, unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
You must surrender a valid Driver’s License, State Issued ID or Passport to be held while you use the range.

·You must be 21 years of age or older to test and evaluate our firearms.
You must surrender a major Credit or Debit Card to be held as collateral while you test and evaluate our firearms.

·Use of alcoholic beverages or drugs prior or during shooting is prohibited.
Individuals displaying the effects of, or though to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be denied access to the range and asked to leave the premises.

·Steel Core, Incendiary, Tracer, Exploding or Tipped Ammunition of any kind is not permitted on the premises.
If you are found with any of the listed ammunition, you will be charged a MINIMUM repair fee of $25.00

·If at any time you feel uncomfortable or unsafe with your surroundings, please advise a staff member right away.

·All Federal, State and local firearm laws must be obeyed at all times.

·All firearms must be unloaded and cased or holstered when entering/leaving the facility and while moving through the facility.

·If you are testing and evaluation our firearms, you must use ammunition purchased at MSAR.

·Food, drink, tobacco products and electronic cigarettes are not permitted on the range.

·A maximum of two people are permitted per shooting station/lane.

·Hearing and eye protection must be worn at all times while on the range.

·All belongings must be kept within your designated shooting station/lane (this includes: gun bags, ammunition, ECT.). Do NOT block the range doorways or the area located behind the shooting stations/lanes.

·Know how the firearm you are using operates.

·Know that the firearm and ammunition you are using are compatible.

·Treat all firearms as if they are loaded.

·Any loading and unloading of any firearm or magazines may only be done at your designated shooting station/lane.

·Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction (down-range only).

·Keep your finger off the trigger until firearm is pointed down-range, on target and ready to fire.

·Do not hit anything other than the paper target.

·Never move forward the firing line.

·If you have a firearm malfunction or jam that you cannot clear, lay the firearm on the bench while keeping the muzzle pointed down-range and advise a staff member.

·If your target or other items have fallen beyond the firing line, leave everything as is and advise a staff member.

·If there is an issue with your designated shooting station/lane, leave everything as is and advise a staff member.

·Do not dump cartridge brad into the trash or dumpster.

·If you remove the bench from your designated shooting station/lane, you must put it back when you are finished shooting.

·If you use a barricade in your designated shooting station/lane, you must remove it and return it to the range hallway when you are finished shooting.

·Do not throw targets or cardboard backers in the trash. Please return any unwanted, used targets and cardboard backers to the range counter. Do not wad them up, leave them flat.