- All members and guests must check in and out at the range station before and after shooting. All shooters are required to read and sign a Waiver and Release of Liability before shooting privileges are granted.
- No food, drink, gum or tobacco is permitted inside the range.
- Never use alcohol or drugs before or while shooting.
- Participants must be 21 years of age to fire a handgun and 18 years of age to shoot a long gun unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
- Eye and ear protection must be put on before entering the range and worn at all times.
- All commands given by the Range Safety Officer (RSO) must be followed.
- All firearms must be holstered or cased while going to or from the range. Never handle uncased or unholstered firearms behind the firing line.
- All firearms must be uncased within assigned lane.
- Members are fully responsible for the action of their guest(s). You must oversee the activities of your guest(s) at all times. You must be at the shooting position with your guests or at the adjacent position.
- A member and his/her guest(s) may occupy no more than their assigned lane(s) at any time. Only 1 shooter is allowed at a time.
- Unauthorized targets are not permitted on the range. Shooting at anything other than your target is strictly prohibited.
- All firearms used on the range must be in safe operating condition.
- Drawing from a holster is not permitted.
- Always keep firearms pointed down range and in a safe direction. NEVER turn around in the booth while holding a firearm. NEVER point the muzzle of your firearm toward yourself, another person, the ceiling, range or shooting booth walls. NEVER for any reason leave your booth with an uncased or unholstered firearm.
- Keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.
- Never cross the firing line for ANY reason. Do not attempt to retrieve anything that falls in front of the firing line. If you lose a piece of equipment, ask the RSO for assistance.
- If you observe any unsafe behavior or condition by anyone, report it to the RSO immediately.
- Always keep the action open and firearm unloaded until ready to fire. Consider every firearm as “loaded” and treat it as such.
- Upon the command “CEASE FIRE,” stop all shooting immediately, put down your firearm and back away from the firing line. Do not re-approach the firing line or pick up your firearm until the “ALL CLEAR” signal is given by the RSO.
- For any firearm or ammunition problem (squib load or hang fire), keep the firearm pointed down range for 30 seconds, place the firearm on the table with muzzle pointed down range, remain in your booth and signal the RSO for assistance by raising hand.
- All magnum rifle calibers are limited to the rifle bays only. No pistol calibers may be shot in the 50-yard bay. No BIRDSHOT or BUCKSHOT for shotguns, only slugs may be used. Absolutely no ammunition, factory or hand loaded may reach or exceed 4,000 fps (ex. NO .22-250 caliber).
- Use only the correct ammunition for your firearm. No STEEL CASED, STEEL CORE, STEEL SHOT, TRACER or ARMOR PIERCING ammunition. No MUZZLE-LOADERS or BLACK POWDER.
- There is no firing of firearms from the hip. Shotguns must have a shoulder stock. Shotguns with pistol grips only are not allowed.
- Shooters may collect their brass only, behind the firing line, after unloading and casing their firearm in preparation to leave the range.
- Any 2 shots fired that strike any surface besides your paper target (ceiling, floor, target carrier, track, etc.) in any combination, will result in the RSO asking you to leave for the day.
- Only ammunition purchased at Frontier Justice will be allowed for rental firearms.
- Wash your hands each time you leave the range and before smoking, eating or drinking.
- Frontier Justice is not responsible for damage to or loss of personal equipment used at the range.
Concealed Carry Rules
We welcome people to concealed carry within our facility. However, we ask that you follow these simple rules:
- Firearm must remain holstered at all times.
- You must notify a sales associate if you would like to unholster your firearm in order to try on a new holster.
- If you need to unload/unholster your firearm while in the store, you must notify a sales associate. We will ask that you do so in our shooting range.
In order to protect the safety of ALL customers and the security of the range, we ask that our patrons adhere to the following guidelines:
- No baggy clothing or hoodies should be worn.
- No open toe shoes.
- No clothing with offensive/derogatory language or subject matter will be tolerated.
- Hats, caps, bandanas or other head coverings should be removed while in the building. (Except for forward-facing ball caps.)
- Garments that cover the face should be removed while in the building. Range Safety Officers need to be able to identify all persons at all times.
If your attire violates any of these guidelines, a manager may ask you to change your clothing (take off or turn inside out) or ask you to leave the premises. If you have any questions about these guidelines, please visit range check-in and ask for a manager.