O.C.S.C Range Rules Print

 

Oakland County Sportsmen’s Club Gun Range Rules (rev 3/2014)

General & Gun Safety Rules on All Gun Ranges

  1. Keep action open / firearm unloaded until in position on firing line – Empty Chamber indicator in place
  2. EYE AND EAR PROTECTION ARE MANDATORY ON ALL GUNS RANGES
  3. Always keep the muzzle of your firearm pointed down range
  4. DO NOT raise the muzzle of your firearm above the targets
  5. Use target frames provided by O.C.S.C. and Paper Targets only
  6. ONE TARGET PER FRAME – CENTERED ON FRAME
  7. 25, 50, & 100 Yard Outdoor Ranges are closed for WHRRI spectator races
  8. NO Tracer, Incendiary or armor piercing ammunition allowed
  9. DO NOT go down range until a Cease Fire has been called (Red Light on at Outdoor Range) and firing line made safe
  10. LINE IS SAFE – ACTIONS OPEN, EMPTY CHAMBER indicator in place
  11. DO NOT TOUCH FIREARM while people are down range
  12. EVERYONE MUST SIGN IN and pay Guest Fee if applicable–You are responsible for your guests actions, sign-in and Guest  Fees
  13. Read and Obey ALL RANGE RULES AND COMMANDS

25 & 50 Yard Outdoor Range Safety Rules

  1. THREE SECOND Rule. NO Rapid fire (3 seconds between shots)
  2. Rifles, Pistols and Shotguns(w/slugs) are allowed
  3. No Birdshot or Buckshot shells allowed
  4. Multiple Loading is allowed Under Covered Baffled Positions Only
  5. Standing or Bench Shooting Under Covered Baffled Positions Only
  6. Target #13, Single Load Only for Wheeled Chair Use; Prone Rifle and Prone Shotgun only
  7. Targets #14, #15, on the 50 Yard range, Single Load Only
  8. No Off-Hand Shooting Outside Covered Baffled Positions
  9. Outdoor Range hours 10:00a.m to Dusk

100 Yard Outdoor Range Safety Rules

  1. THREE SECOND Rule. NO Rapid fire (3 seconds between shots)
  2. NO PISTOLS ALLOWED, THIS INCLUDES Thompson Contenders
  3. SINGLE ROUND LOADING ONLY
  4. Bench or prone(between the benches) shooting only
  5. Targets allowed on the 100 yard position only
  6. NO SHOTSHELLS allowed except at the Pattern Board
  7. Outdoor Range hours 10:00a.m to Dusk

Indoor Range House Safety Rules

  1. Keep action open / firearm unloaded until in position on firing line – Empty Chamber indicator in place
  2. Jacketed or Lead pistol ammunition allowed – NO Tracer, incendiary or armor piercing ammunition
  3. Magnum pistols .22 and .32 H&R allowed
  4. No Rifle larger than a .22 rim fire magnum is allowed
  5. Hang Targets on O.C.S.C. target holders only
  6. No Muzzleloader firearms (due to smoke and ventilation)
  7. DO NOT go down range until a cease fire has been called
  8. Action open and unloaded – Empty Chambers
  9. DO NOT touch firearms while people are down range
  10. Always keep the barrel of your gun pointed down range
  11. DO NOT raise the firearm above the target line – NO EXCEPTIONS
  12. No Shotgun Shells or Shotgun Slugs Allowed
  13. Clean up, turn out lights, make sure that door is closed securely when you leave
  14. Indoor Range Shooting hours 9:00am until 11:00pm
    1. These Large Magnum or Full Power Loads are NOT PERMITTED at the Indoor Range, plus any others that are     invented in the future: .357 mag, .357-.44 Bain & Davis, .357 Rem Mag, .357 Herrett, .375 Super Mag, .375 JDJ, 10 mm Auto, .41 Rem Mag, .44 Rem Mag, .44 Auto Mag, .45 Win Mag, .454 Casull, .460 Ruger, .475 Linebaugh, .460 Rowland, .50 AE, .500 Linebaugh, .50 S&W.

 

These rules apply during general Open Range use.  Please shoot safely and be courteous to other shooters.

IF YOU ARE NOT SURE – ASK.  Do NOT engage in questionable shooting practices.  ASK FIRST.  KEEP SAFE!