I Agree When safety rules are not followed archery can be dangerous. Although injuries are rare they can still happen. If you wish to participate at this archery facility you must be aware of the dangers of a shooting sport. Shooting archery is a fun activity and, at this facility, will be conducted under the close supervision of a Down Range Indoor Training Center employee who will try to minimize all possible dangers.
PERMISSION TO TOUCH: CONSENT / DENIAL:
In order to demonstrate or to show you how to accomplish the proper bow arm position, stance, back tension, etc., sometimes the instructor may need to touch your head, neck, shoulders, arms, hands, back trunk, hips, legs and feet to help you get into the proper position.
I Agree I CONSENT to being touched.
WAIVER / RELEASE ARCHERY FACILITY WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY
In consideration of being allowed to participate in any way in the archery range events and activities at Down Range Indoor Training Center, the undersigned acknowledges, appreciates and agrees that:
I Agree The risk of injury from archery, accidents, and other known and unknown events and activities and/or the use of the related buildings, structures, equipment, automobiles, firearms, weapons, ATV’s, roads, land and all other real and personal property whether owned by archery facility or others is significant, including the potential for permanent paralysis or death, and while particular rules, equipment and personal discipline may reduce this risk, the risk of serious injury does exist; and,
I Agree I acknowledge and agree that the use of archery equipment, firearms and other weapons by myself or with others on facility premises or otherwise are inherently dangerous and high risk activities whether such archery equipment, firearms or weapons are discharged by myself or others; and,
I Agree I KNOWINGLY AND FREELY ASSUME ALL SUCH RISKS, both known and unknown, EVEN IF ARISING FROM THE NEGLIGENCE OF THE RELEASEES or others, and assume full responsibility for my participation; and,
I Agree I willingly agree to comply with the stated and customary terms and conditions for participation. If, however, I observe any unusual significant hazard during my presence or participation, I will remove myself from participation and bring such to the attention of the nearest official immediately; and,
I Agree I, for myself and on behalf of my heirs, assigns, personal representatives and next of kin, HEARBY RELEASE AND HOLD HARMLESS Down Range Indoor Training Center, its officers, directors, officials, agents, employees, contractors, volunteers, members, guests, and other participants, sponsoring agencies, sponsors, advertisers, and if applicable, owners and lessors of real property and personal property used to conduct the events and activities (“RELEASEES”), WITH RESPECT TOANY AND ALL INJURY, DISABILITY, DEATH, or loss or damage to person or property, WHETHER ARISING FROM THE NEGLIGENCE OF THE RELEASEES OR OTHERWISE, TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW.
In compliance with current insurance requirements, your signature below indicates that you have read, understood, and agree to the waiver and release of liability on this form.
September 19, 2018
Archery Range Rules:
- DO NOT shoot arrows with broadheads at standard targets. NO broadheads allowed on the range
- NEVER point a bow and arrow at another person.
- NEVER shoot an arrow straight up into the air. You can end up hitting another person or yourself.
- At practice ranges, the only safe place is behind the shooting line.
- NEVER shoot an arrow until you are positive that no one is in front of you or behind the targets.
- Conversely, don't stand in front of a bow while it is being shot, even if you are to one side of the shooter.
- Wait for a verbal approval from the Range Captain or his designee before starting to shoot.
- Arrows should only be nocked on the shooting line and pointed in the direction of the targets.
- After you are done shooting, wait for the word: CLEAR from the Range Captain or his designee before going toward the targets to retrieve your arrows.
- WALK, don't run toward the targets. Remember that the arrows are sticking out and can injure you.
- When pulling arrows out of a target, stand to one side and insure that no one is directly behind you.
- If you are looking for a lost arrow behind a target, always leave your bow leaning against the target face so that it will be seen by other archers coming up. If possible, have one archer from your group stand in front of the target to prevent anyone from shooting.
- If archers will be shooting concurrently at varying distances, stagger the targets, not the people. This goes back to the previous rule about having one shooting line and staying behind it.
- If any person or animal (i.e. dog) enters the safety zone while shooting is in progress, the emergency signal must be given (3 or more blasts of a whistle) and all shooting must stop immediately. Even if the bow is held at full draw and the signal is given, the arrow must not be released. The bow should be pointed at the ground and the bowstring let slowly forward. The arrow should be removed from the bow until the range is clear.
- Archers should always be aware of the danger associated with their bow. No archer should shoot while under the influence of drugs or alcoho
I Agree All archers are expected to know, adhere to, and help enforce Down Range’s Safety Rules and Regulations. If you observe a violation of the range rules, please bring it to the attention of any staff member and we will take corrective action. It is our goal to maintain a safe environment for the enjoyment of our members and customers. Blatant disregard for range rules and/or intentional damage to property will be grounds for automatic removal from the range without a refund and will not be allowed back at our facility. Members will forfeit their membership fees and will not be refunded.
A SIGNATURE CONFIRMS THE APPLICANT UNDERSTANDS, AND WILL COMPLY WITH THE ABOVE DOWN RANGE SAFETY RULES AND REGULATIONS AND ATTEST TO THE BELOW WAIVER
I Agree I, my agents, assigns, executors or administrators, for the consideration of being allowed to enter, rent and use the facilities and services of Down Range Indoor Training Center, and for other valuable considerations, do hereby absolutely and unequivocally agree to release and hold harmless Down Range Indoor Training Center, its agents, employees, instructors, assigns and successors from any claim, demand or liability whether obtained by myself or another, arising out of any injury, including death, loss, or disability connected with the use of Down Range Indoor Training Center facilities and services.