Range Rules

OTTO ROAD SHOOTING RANGE
SAFETY RULES AND REGULATIONS

Follow  all NRA gun handling and general rules
Obey all posted signs
Persons on range must provide a membership card and a photo I.D. upon request
Shooting hours are sunrise to sunset
One adult guest per member on range and any children under the age of 21 living in the same household
All minors shall be supervised by a responsible adult
Members are responsible for the actions of their guests and pets!
o Both are to be supervised and/or restrained
Do not shoot --- over the berms --- over the backstops --- or from outside a shooting bays’ rear most limit
During a cease fire, unload all firearms; open and clear all actions and table all firearms.  Do not handle any firearm or approach a shooting position
Have only one firearm with the proper matching ammunition on the bench at a time
All targets should be within 5 yards of the back of the bay and long range berms
Targets and stands are available for use at long range and at bay 10 for a donation
No glass, period!!  Clean up after yourself -- leave no brass, hulls, trash, plastic bottles or targets.  If you bring it in take it home or put it in the dumpster.
Do not shoot tracer, explosive or 50-bmg or larger
Do not shoot any animals on range
Only shoot “rim fire” cartridges in the “22 bays”
Only shoot long range area from the range house, or covered firing line
Cheyenne regulator cowboy bays and steel targets, props, etc. are reserved for Cheyenne regulator cowboy action shooting matches only
Locked gates are to be locked and closed gates are to be closed after passage
Key cards are range property, $10.00 replacement fee for replacement of lost or broken card
Park in the designated parking area, no vehicles next to the fence
Do not enter bays reserved for competitions unless you are participating in the competition
Supervision of the range is by any certified range officer on the range (as denoted by an “Otto Road Shooting Range – Range Officer” ball cap and/or their key card) and the Management Team (as denoted by an “Otto Road Shooting Range – Manager” ball cap and/or their key card).

NRA GUN HANDLING RULES
ALWAYS KEEP THE GUN POINTED IN A SAFE DIRECTION
ALWAYS KEEP YOUR FINGER OFF THE TRIGER UNTIL READY TO SHOOT
ALWAYS KEEP THE ACTION OPEN AND FIREARM UNLOADED UNTIL READY TO USE.  
KNOW YOUR TARGET AND WHAT IS BEYOND.  
KNOW HOW TO USE THE GUN SAFELY
BE SURE THE GUN IS SAFE TO OPERATE
USE ONLY THE CORRECT AMMUNITION FOR YOUR GUN
WEAR EAR AND EYE PROTECTION
NEVER USE ALCOHOL OR DRUGS BEFORE OR WHILE SHOOTING
STORE GUNS SO THEY ARE NOT ACCESSIBLE TO UNAUTHORIZED PERSONS