Frontier Firearms LLC Range Safety and Range Operating Rules
If you hear "CEASE FIRE," stop shooting, place your gun on the counter, and step back.
RANGE SAFETY RULES
- All guns are always loaded -- treat every firearm as if it were loaded.
- Only load and unload firearm in the range shooting booth.
- Always keep your firearm muzzle/barrel pointed downrange at the backstop.
- Only shoot at your assigned target.
- Never handle firearms behind the firing line or when out of your shooting booth.
- Keep your finger off the trigger and outside the trigger guard until your sights are on target and you are ready to fire.
- First time shooters please tell the Range Safety Officer so he or she may assist you.
If you have questions, please speak to a Range Safety Officer (RSO)
RANGE OPERATING RULES
Please read carefully as our rules may differ from other ranges.
Anyone handling a firearm in an unsafe or careless manner will be asked to leave.
Ear protection: You must wear ear protection before entering the range and while on the range.
Eye protection: You must wear safety glass protection before entering the range and while on the range.
All shooters must be 12 or older:
- All minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian who will sign their waiver.
- Parent or legal guardians must always be with their minor shooter(s).
All firearms and magazines must be unloaded and, in a case, holster, or bag.
All firearms must be presented to the Range Safety Officer for inspection.
- If your firearm is not unloaded tell the Range Safety Officer (RSO), and they will instruct you on our procedure for unloading guns.
All ammunition must be present to the Range Safety Officer for inspection.
- Handgun caliber firearms only: Most handguns are allowed.
- Only rifles that shoot handgun caliber ammunition are allowed.
- Rifles that shoot ammunition other than handgun calibers are NOT permitted.
- Rimfire handguns and rifles are permitted.
- Airguns and BB guns are allowed.
- All other firearms inlcudeing sub-machine guns must be approved by the RSO before use.
Only standard handgun caliber copper jacketed, commercial, and reloaded, ammunition is permitted.
- Ammunition designed to penetrate metal is NOT permitted
- No steel jacketed, steel shot, or steel core bullets are allowed.
- No tracer, incendiary, gas, or exploding ammunition is permitted.
- No blackpowder is allowed.
Obey the Range Safety Officers (RSO):
- Shooters must always obey the instructions and commands of the RSO.
If you hear the call of CEASE FIRE! All shooting must STOP!
- Upon hearing CEASE FIRE! you must make your firearm safe,
- Lay it on the metal shooting bench in front of you with the barrel pointed downrange.
- Step to the back of your shooting booth and wait for further instructions.
- Do not re-approach the firing line or pick up their firearm until the RSO calls, “ALL CLEAR!”
Load firearms after you are in the range.
Unload your firearms before leaving the range.
Only one shooter and one coach are permitted per shooting booth.
Handled only one gun at a time:
- Other guns must be on the bench unloaded, action open, with the magazine removed or cylinder open.
People not shooting or coaching are not permitted in the range.
Observers may watch from the viewing area provided.
Never reach or move across the firing line.
Never handle guns outside the shooting booths.
Stay in your assigned shooting booth.
- Do not change shooting booths or lanes without first notifying the Range Safety Officer.
Always keep your firearm pointed downrange at the target.
Cross-lane shooting is NOT permitted
Only fire at your assigned target.
Only fire one gun at a time.
No uncontrolled rapidly firing:
- Uncontrolled shooting may result in damage to the equipment and therefore is strictly forbidden.
Guns that are not in use must be “benched” by placing them on the bench unloaded, action open, with the magazine removed or cylinder open.
Never pass a loaded firearm to another person.
You must have permission to shoot from a holster:
- See the Range Master about qualifying to draw and fire from a holster.
If you experience a misfire:
- Keep aiming your gun at the target for at least 30 seconds.
- After 30 seconds, place the gun on the bench with the barrel pointing down range.
- Find the Range Safety Officer for help with gun malfunction.
Do not remove malfunctioning firearms from your shooting booth.
- If your gun malfunctions, point it down range and lay it on your bench.
- Then get the Range Safety Officer.
Before leaving the range, unload and case or holster your firearms.
Handgun Carry Permit holders may load, holster, and conceal their personal firearm before exiting the range.
Only pick up your own brass.
- Never reach across the firing line or go down range, not even with a broom.
- Brass you did not fire is NOT yours to take.
Any misuse of the facility or violation of our Safety or Range rules will result in your expulsion from the range.
You will be held accountable and may have to pay for any damage you cause.
No alcohol and no drugs.
- Anyone appearing to be intoxicated or impaired shall not be allowed to shoot or handle firearms and will be asked to leave.
No food, drink, gum, or tobacco is permitted inside the range.
To protect the safety and privacy of all shooter, cell phone use is prohibited while on the range.
Photography is by permission only.
Please, clean up after yourself.
- Leave your shooting booth uncluttered and free of brass and trash.
- Sweep up your empty shell casings and place them into one of the brass collection buckets.
I have read each of the Range Safety Rules and agree to follow them all to the best of my ability
I have read each of the Range Operating Rules and agree to follow them all to the best of my ability
I fully understand each Range Safety and Range Operating rules listed above.
September 28, 2020
DECLARATION & HOLD HARMLESS
I desire at my own risk to participate in and or observe live-fire shooting of firearms and other physical activities including but not limited to observation of and or participation in target practice, classroom training, range instruction, and live-fire shooting (ACTIVITIES) hosted by Frontier Firearms LLC (hereafter Frontier) and/or its members, employees, volunteers, instructors, agents, representatives, and affiliated organizations.
I represent that I have read and fully understand the Range Safety Rules and Range Operating Rules listed above in this form.
I will take all the safety precautions necessary thereto, assuming sole and full personal responsibility for ens
I declare that I am in good mental and physical health, am mentally and physically fit to engage or observe in these ACTIVITIES, and have no known mental or physical medical condition(s) which could foreseeable jeopardize my safety or the safety of others during my participation in and or observation of or be aggravated by such participation in or observation of shooting ACTIVITIES.
I understand and agree to be held financially responsible for any willful act of destruction to the range or range equipment, beyond normal wear and tear.
I am aware that all firearms shooting activities including observation of and or participation in and or observation of target practice, classroom training, range instruction, and live-fire shooting are inherently dangerous with certain foreseeable and unforeseeable risks and dangers including serious injury or death, loss of vision and or hearing that no amount of care, caution, instruction, or expertise can eliminate.
I understand that I am solely and fully responsible for every shot that I fire.
I understand the scope, nature, and extent of the risks involved in the use of firearms and my participation in shooting activities at Frontier.
Moreover, by registering and participating as a member, student, or visiting shooter at Frontier I voluntarily, freely, and unconditionally choose to incur all such risks and dangers inherent in shooting firearms.
I, for myself and my executors assign, release Frontier from any and all liability for personal injury or property damage arising out of or incidental to the use firearms, the equipment and/or facilities of the Frontier shooting range and agree to hold Frontier free, clear, and harmless for and indemnify Frontier from responsibility for any and all claims and demands for personal injury or property damage arising out of such use.
September 28, 2020
LIABILITY WAIVER and ASSUMPTION OF RISK
The undersigned participant does hereby execute this release, waiver and indemnification for him/herself and his/her heirs, successors, representatives, and assigns; and hereby agrees and represents as follows:
To release Frontier Firearms LLC its members, employees, volunteers, instructors, agents, and representatives and those organizations affiliated with this Training Course, Firearms Training, and / or Shooting Activity (hereafter ACTIVITIES) from any and all liability, loss, damage, costs, claims and/or causes of action, including but not limited to all bodily injuries and property damage arising out of participation in the ACTIVITIES referred to above, it being specifically understood that said ACTIVITIES include the operation and use of firearms by the undersigned participant and others.
The undersigned further agrees to indemnify Frontier Firearms, LLC its members, employees, volunteers, instructors, agents, and representatives and those organizations affiliated with these ACTIVITIES, and hold them harmless for any liability, loss, damage, cost, claim, judgment or settlement which may be brought or entered against them as the result of the undersigned's participation in said ACTIVITES.
This indemnification shall include attorney's fees incurred in defending against any claim or judgment and incurred in negotiating any settlement. It is understood and agreed that the undersigned shall have the opportunity to consent to any such settlement provided, however, that such settlement shall not be unreasonably withheld. [initial
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