Range Facility Rules
Eye and ear protection must be worn before entering first access door into range.
Do not carry loaded guns from back cabinet to shooting stalls. All guns must be loaded and unloaded in the shooting stalls. Transporting guns from back cabinet to range stall; pistols and rifles must have breach locked back and revolvers must have cylinder open.
Fire on BULLET TRAP only (device at end of range to stop bullets). Place all targets at eye level for each shooter. Do not stack targets one above the other. Placing targets high or low on target backer will cause you to shoot the floor or the ceiling. You will be responsible for all damage to the range.
Parents are responsible for their children on the range. Proper supervision required.
If you are a new shooter, please ask one of our staff members for help.
No steel core, solid steel or armor piercing bullets allowed on range. All rifle caliber ammunition must be checked by a staff member. You will be responsible for damage caused by these projectiles. No rifle calibers over .308WIN or pistols over .500 S&W Magnum are allowed to be shot at our range.
Bulls eye shooting (aimed slow fire target shooting) on range only unless otherwise authorized by management. No double tap/rapid fire or drawing from holster without prior approval of management. Members and LEO’s prequalified by BASICS: may multi tap and draw from the hip. Qualification card must be displayed on stall divider.
Members reloading ammunition must have management’s prior permission before picking up brass off floor. Abusing right to pick up brass may cause this courtesy to be revoked. Do not pick up brass for personal use without prior permission and do not take more than you have shot.
Unload magazines and firearms before arriving (excludes carry weapon).
Shooting a light, the floor, walls, shooting stalls or ceiling baffles; shooter agrees to pay for repair and must be paid at time of incident. This will include any act of negligence or abuse.
If you are called unsafe by fellow shooters, range master or management, range master will instruct on range etiquette and safety rules. A second call of unsafe and you will be asked to leave and will be required to take a safety course before you can return to the range.
ALL guns must be placed on shooting shelf and pointed down range when not in use and must be unloaded with slide locked, breach up. Revolvers will have cylinder open and raised up.
Guns must be stored or concealed before entering store or leaving shooting lane.
Report all violations, general concerns, and safety concerns immediately to staff or management.
Use common sense/courtesy while utilizing the facilities.
Clean up all trash (targets, ammo boxes, etc.). Place all spent brass in identified container.
Closed toed shoes must be worn on the range at all times. For your safety, V neck or low cut shirts will not be allowed to be worn on the range.
Only guns in good working order allowed.
Consumption of alcoholic beverages on the premises or grounds of Basics Range and Gun, LLC is NOT permitted.
ALWAYS treat EVERY firearm as if it were loaded.
ALL guns must always be pointed down range at all times. (treat your weapon as a laser, anything the barrel crosses it destroys).
Keep your finger OFF the trigger until you are prepared to fire. (off the target, off the trigger).
If range is called cold, a cease fire is called, or if you see flashing lights, completely unload ALL firearms, open lock slide and cylinders, place on the shooting shelf ejection port or cylinder facing up and step back away from shooting area.
SHOTGUNS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO BE SHOT (unless authorized)
To be allowed to shoot shotguns here at our range you must take and pass our shotgun users course. After completion of the course, you may shoot your shotgun here at our range (slugs only). Customers that have the certification to shoot shotguns may only use shotguns that can be shoulder fired, NO shock wave or hip shotguns are allowed to be shot.
Pistols using shotgun or shotshell ammunition are not allowed on the range.