Eye and ear protection required while under the range cover.
Rifles, pistols and shotguns are allowed.
Bullets must impact directly into a berm to prevent ricochets.
All firearms must be placed on the Shooting Bench or in the Rack.
When the Red Light is on the Range is Cold
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 or placed in the rack. Black powder rifles must be placed in the rifle rack.
When the Red Range Flag is displayed at the 100 or 150 yard Berm, the range is Cold.
No aerial shooting.
50 BMG may only be fired from designated positions at paper targets only
Glass, exploding, concrete, bowling pins, golf balls and any other target that could cause a ricochet is prohibited. Member provided steel gongs are prohibited. Beer can and liquor bottle targets are prohibited.
Plastic bottles, soda/tin cans, self-sealing rubber spinner, gong type targets, and clay targets placed at the base or center of a berm are allowed.
Gongs may only be engaged from designated firing points. Bullet velocity must be less than 3000 FPS at the point of impact. No 50 BMG.
Patterning Board: Only lead shot size 7 ½, 8 or 9 is to be used on the patterning board located on the north end of the Long Range.
Buckshot and shot larger than # 7 may be fired at member provided cardboard targets mounted on member provided wooden target frames only.
Target Placement: Short targets (wooded frames) must be placed immediately in front of a 25, 50 or 75 yard berm. Tall targets (metal frames) must be placed in front of a berm to insure the bullet impacts the berm directly without ricocheting.
Members may drive down range to place targets when the range is Cold.
Strip targets, pick your brass/shell casings and clean up debris before leaving.
The objective of Tri-City Gun Club is to promote safe participation in legitimate shooting sports by fostering education, fellowship, honesty, sportsmanship and patriotism.