setstats
1
Home

Range Rules
for:

   Rifle Range
   Pistol Range
   Competition Rifle


Rifle Range Rules – No Exception

General
   
-Members Only, No Guests.
   
-Have Membership Card On You. Membership Card must be shown when requested.
   
-No Alcohol.
   
-Rifles Only, No Pistols.
   
-Rifles must be legal for hunting or competition in Pennsylvania.
   
-Use Only frames provided at 50 yards and 100 yards. No other frames.
   
-All shots must impact the berm. No Ground Targets.
   
-No Vehicles on Range.
   
-Anyone under 18 years of have must have parent or Jr. Club Instructor with them.
   
-Houses are beyond range. Keep all rounds in range. You will be held responsible.

Safety
   
-No Shooting if Farmer is working fields down range.
   
-All Rifles cased or actions open and unloaded until ready to fire.
   
-Load only ONE round only. No clips or magazines allowed. Slow Fire Only.
   
-Paper Targets Only. No bottles, cans, metal, wood, or anything else.
   
-No Tracers, Incendiary, Armor Piercing, or explosive rounds allowed.
   
-Ask if line is clear before shooting or going down range to change targets.
   
-Open and Unload all actions and Do Not Handle firearms when someone is down range.
   
-Shoot from benches only.
   
-Range Closing Dates are listed on Bulletin Board in middle of range. Take ONE.
   
-Shooters training for Rifle Competitions must obey the “Competition Rifle Range Rules” posted
on the North End web site.

Everyone Benefits
   
-Follow all rules or loose your membership.
   
-If you see anyone not following the rules, Do Not attempt to stop them. Write down the
infraction, description of the person or persons, and Vehicle and License Plate Number and Mail to
North End Rod & Gun Club, R.D. 2, New Tripoli, PA 18066.
   
-When finished, clean up trash and brass and place in correct cans.


Pistol Range Rules – No Exception

General
   
-Members Only, No Guests.
   
-Have Membership Card On You. Membership Card must be shown when requested.
   
-No Alcohol.
   
-Pistols Only, Nothing Else.
   
-Pistols must be legal for hunting, self-defense, or competition in Pennsylvania.
   
-Use Only frames provided. No other frames.
   
-All shots must impact the berm. No Ground Targets.
   
-No Vehicles on Range.
   
-Anyone under 18 years of have must have parent or Jr. Club Instructor with them.
   
-Houses are beyond range. Keep all rounds in range. You will be held responsible.

Safety
   
-No Shooting if Farmer is working fields down range.
   
-All Pistol Actions or Cylinders open and unloaded until ready to fire.
   
-Load no more than 6 rounds.
   
-Slow Fire Only (No faster than 1 shot every 10 seconds). Police may double fire.
   
-Paper Targets Only*. No bottles, cans, metal, wood, or anything else.
   
-The club provided Hanging Metal Targets are the only exception to the “Paper Targets Only” rule
   
-No Tracers, Incendiary, Armor Piercing, or explosive rounds allowed.
   
-Ask if line is clear before shooting or going down range to change targets.
   
-Open and Unload all actions and Do Not Handle firearms when someone is down range.
   
-Range Closing Dates are listed on Bulletin Board in middle of range. Take ONE.

Everyone Benefits
   
-Follow all rules or loose your membership.
   
-If you see anyone not following the rules, Do Not attempt to stop them. Write down the
infraction, description of the person or persons, and Vehicle and License Plate Number and Mail to
North End Rod & Gun Club, R.D. 2, New Tripoli, PA 18066.
   
-When finished, clean up trash and brass and place in correct cans.

Rifle Range Rules – Competition Rifle
   -Shooters using the range to train for Rifle competitions must obey the following rules which
supplement the normal rifle range rules:
   -Shooting must be done from the prone, sitting, kneeling, or standing positions as defined in the
appropriate (Smallbore or Highpower) rulebook.
   -Rifles and Ammo must be legal for the appropriate competition type (NRA, USA Shooting,
CMP, etc).
   -Smallbore shooting must be done at 50 or 100 yds.
   -Highpower shooting must be done at 100 yds and all bullets must impact the upper berm.
   -No Rapid-fire. Single load, slowfire only.
   -Personal Target frames must be used and must conform to the following standards:
   -50 yards – bottom of target no lower than 16" off ground, top of target no higher than 42"
   -100 yds – bottom of target no lower than 8" off ground, top of target no higher than 50"
   -Do not use the Benchrest target frames. The height of these frames is specific for shooting from
the benches and not for shooting in the different competition positions.

   Comment and suggested changes to these rules may be submitted to JrRifle@NorthEndGC.com

rev 4/2018