Range Rules

  1. All federal, state, and local firearm laws MUST be obeyed.
  2. Firearm safety is every shooter’s first and foremost responsibility!  A.) ALWAYS treat all firearms as if they are loaded, B.) ALWAYS keep your firearm pointed down range, C.) ALWAYS keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to fire.
  3. All shooters, and their guardian if applicable, must read our range rules completely. All shooters must also read the Assumption of Risk, Indemnification and Release Agreement completely and sign a waiver that RELEASES EAGLE GUN RANGE FROM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY FOR PERSONAL INJURY while on Eagle Gun Range property.
  4. Federal law states you must be 21 to purchase, sell, rent or loan a handgun or ammunition. If you are between the ages of 18-21, you must furnish your own handgun and  ammunition. Young shooters (ages 8-18 years of age) are ONLY allowed on the range with their parent or legal guardian.
  5. ALL firearms must be in a case or range bag until you are in your assigned shooting stall. Once in your stall, all firearms must be unloaded from the bag or case on the bench (not the floor) and pointed down range at all times. Any firearm that is not currently being used must have the magazine out and the slide locked back. Only unloaded firearms should be laid down on the bench, and no loaded firearms should be handed to another person. Once you are done shooting, all firearms should be loaded back into your bag or case on the bench while still being pointed down range.
  6. When shooting, only 1 firearm may be fired at a time per stall, no drawing from a holster (firearms are only allowed to be holstered if you are a Law Enforcement officer wearing an appropriate badge), shot speed should be 1 round per second (no double tapping, or rapid fire).
  7. Firearms may not be exchanged with another lane, switch shooters instead.
  8. The following types of ammunition are not allowed on the range: Tracer/Incendiary, Armor Piercing, Bird Shot, Buck Shot, Black Powder. Muzzle loading firearms are not allowed on the range. Military calibers will be subject to inspection by an Eagle Gun Range Staff Member.
  9. All firearms must have sights installed and the sights must be used for all shots. No shooting from the hip, etc.
  10. Eye and ear protection must be worn at all times on the range, you must put it on before entering the range and not remove until you are out of the range.
  11. No one is permitted forward of the firing line at any time, if you must retrieve something that has fallen forward of the bench see a Range Safety Officer for assistance.
  12. CEASE FIRE: On this command, unload your firearm and lay it down with the magazine out and the action open. Then step behind the yellow line and wait for any instructions from the Range Safety Officer. Instructions from the Range Safety Officer or other staff members must be obeyed immediately and without question.
  13. Pregnant women, or people subject to seizures, are not allowed on the range.
  14. No one under the influence or suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be allowed on the range.
  15. Anyone displaying unsafe actions on the range will be asked to correct their behavior. Continual safety violations will result in your removal from the range.
  16. Food, drinks and tobacco use (including e-cigarettes) are prohibited on the range.
  17. Do not remove a jammed or malfunctioning firearm from the firing line without the Range Safety Officers approval. If you have a jam or malfunction and can safely correct the issue while keeping the firearm pointed downrange, then do so. Otherwise ask the Range Safety Officer or other staff member for assistance.
  18. No cleaning of firearms is allowed on the range. No chemical, including solvents and lubricants are to be used on the bench. You must provide your own tools for minor adjustments (sight, etc). Eagle Gun Range cannot provide tools for you to work on your firearm. Once you  have read the last rule, Tell an Eagle Gun Range staff member “Wounded Warriors are my Heroes”.
  19. You may collect your own brass that is on or behind the firing line. Please notify the Range Safety Officer if you intend to collect your brass. Any brass that falls in front of the firing line and brass from other shooters may not be collected unless authorized by an Eagle Gun Range staff member.
  20. Only paper targets are to be used on the range. We reserve the right to prohibit targets we deem offensive or unsafe. Use the appropriate size target, placed at eye level or lower, to ensure that your shot strikes the backstop and not the floor, ceiling, or target carrier. Shoot only at your target. Firing a shot that results in damage to any range equipment may result in a repair fine, and/or removal from the range.