Airgun Range Rules
- Use .22 or smaller ammunition.
- Eye required while under the range cover. Ear protection is optional.
- All Firearms must be placed on the Shooting Bench \ Table.
- Do not handle firearms or anything on the table when the range is cold. Stand behind the yellow line unless changing targets.
- When the range is Cold, all firearms must be made safe and have an open chamber indicator placed in the chamber with the muzzle pointed down range.
- Plastic bottles, cans, self-sealing rubber and 22 caliber spinner targets are allowed.
- Steel, concrete, glass, beer can and liquor bottle targets are prohibited
- Strip targets, clean up debris before leaving.
Airgun Range Information
The Airgun Range was built in 2013 by Eugene "Gene" Adkisson. Gene was a respected member of the club who taught competitors competing at the Olympics.
Air Rifle is an Olympic event. Our range is set-up to handle standing, bench, kneeling and prone at the Olympic distances.