Trap and Skeet Range

Range Master: Jerry Werner
Trap and Skeet Range Committee Chair & Chief RSO:

 

Trap and Skeet News

  • Trap and Skeet Rules and Regulations

    • Eye and ear protection are required!
    • Open chamber indicators (OCI) are required and available for $1 if needed.
    • Case and uncase your weapon on the firing line bench only.
    • RSOs will determine if youth shooters will be allowed to shoot or continue shooting on the range.
    • No rapid or “bump” firing!
    • 50BMG and larger calibers are not allowed.
    • Shooters utilizing the 50 and 100 yard lanes must qualify at 25 yards.
    • A single shooter may only use one lane/target board at a time.
    • Multiple shooters may share the same lane/target board, so long as only one shooter fires at a time.
    • Concealed and open carry are allowed.  However drawing and firing from your holster is not.
    • Biodegradeable Clay Pigeons may be used but pigeons (and pieces) must removed after shooting.
    • Steel targets are not allowed to be brought in.
    • Pictures of people are no longer allowed to be used as targets.
    • No pets are allowed on the range.  All wildlife is to be protected on the range.
    • Range rules violators may be asked to leave.

  • Trap and Skeet General Information

    • The range is volunteer run, please see the range calendar for the most recent schedule changes.  The calendar may change at the last minute so be sure to check often.
    • The range only has portable bathroom facilities (handicap accessible).  Please plan accordingly.
    • While the range is outdoors, the shooting stations are reasonably covered from the elements.
    • Extreme weather, range maintenance, and RSO availability may cause unscheduled range closures.
    • Smoking on the range is prohibited.
    • Shooters should bring their own spotting scopes and staplers for hanging targets.
    • You are welcome to bring our own paper targets or purchase them for $.50 each.
    • We do not sell ammunition or rent firearms.