Formally known as POPGUNS

 

Family Indoor Shooting Range Rules

  • No loaded guns outside your assigned shooting bay.

  • Load and unload all firearms in your bay facing towards the backstop.

  • Only discharge one gun at a time in the bay.

  • Always keep your finger off the trigger and pointed down range until ready to shoot.

  • If you have a functioning issue that requires a range officers assistance. Leave gun on your bays counter facing downrange and come into show room to ask for assistance.

  • If you have a child on the range - PLEASE KEEP CONTROL of your child.

  • Follow all approved firearms safety rules.

  • All non-employee commercial instructors are required to inform staff and present proof of liability insurance prior to entering range.

  • We reserve the right to deny service to anyone at anytime for any reason.

Basic Firearms Safety Rules

1. HANDLE ALL FIREARMS AS IF THEY WERE LOADED.
A firearm offers no guarantee that it is unloaded. Therefore, always treat each firearm with respect.

2. NEVER PULL THE TRIGGER UNLESS YOU ARE SURE OF YOUR TARGET.
Always be positive of your target and what is behind it prior to pulling the trigger.

3. WATCH WHERE YOU POINT YOUR FIREARM'S MUZZLE.
Control the direction of your firearm's muzzle at all times by pointing it in a safe direction.

4. MAKE SURE THE AMMUNITION MATCHES THE FIREARM.
Double check your ammunition to make sure it matches the gauge or caliber of the firearm.

5. ALWAYS MAKE SURE THE BARREL IS FREE OF OBSTRUCTIONS.
Before loading, check for obstructions in the barrel.

6. NEVER TAKE CHANCES WITH A LOADED FIREARM.
Unload your firearm before attempting to cross over any obstacle or hazardous terrain.

7. DON'T RELY ON YOUR FIREARM'S SAFETY.
Because a safety is a mechanical device, it could fail at any time. Always remember to place the safety back on immediately after the shot.

8. STORE FIREARMS AND AMMUNITION IN A SAFE PLACE.
Store firearms and ammunition separate from one another and out of the reach of children.   POPGUNS strongly recommends the diligent use of trigger locks when storing firearms. 

9. NEVER LOAD A FIREARM UNLESS YOU ARE READY TO USE IT.
Don't load your firearm until you are ready to hunt - and unload as soon as you are finished.

10. NEVER MIX ALCOHOL AND FIREARMS.
Alcohol and drugs impair judgment; never consume either before or during hunting or target practice.

Courtesy of The Family Indoor Shooting Range
Toll-Free 1-877-900-GUNS or (317) 897-8660