2. FIREARM SAFETY PROCEDURES
All firearms must be unloaded when
Shooters must NEVER move beyond the
firing line. If you need to retrieve an object, Le. magazine, brass, targets,
etc that fell beyond the firing line contact the Range master for assistance.
While in the
Unattended firearms must be
Firearms must be pointed down range
at all times while on the range. Firearms must be holstered, cased, or carried
as described above while moving from the firing line.
A responsible adult must accompany
persons under 18 years of age. The adult shall act as coach and must remain with
the minor at all times while the minor is using the range.
Only one shooter (or one shooter
& one coach) is allowed in each shooting booth.
Once an individual has entered the
booth the firearm may be loaded and the firearm must be pointed down range. No
firearm may be loaded outside the booth.
Accidental discharges, damages, or
injuries - NO MATTER how minor - MUST
be reported to the Range Master IMMEDIATELY
When leaving the firing line
temporarily, unload the firearm, lay the muzzle pointed downrange and the action
open and visible.
When you are finished shooting,
unload your weapon and place it into its case or holster. Please clean up your
shooting booth area, pick up all your brass, and remove all targets and trash
TYPES OF FIREARMS ALLOWED
All handguns are allowed
Shotguns - slugs, and shot
ammunition maybe utilized.
Rifle calibers as follows, 22
caliber long rifle through 30-06 (lanes 1,2,3 only)
Lanes 1-8 handguns maybe utilized
Armor penetrating, tracer, steel
shot, explosive, or incendiary rounds are prohibited.
Factory ammunition or factory
reloads may be utilized on the
EYE AND EAR PROTECTION
All personnel on the range must wear
eye protection at all times.
Dry firing is allowed on the firing
line only. Dry firing in the retail area or outside the shooting stall is
When you hear the command
"cease fire", stop firing immediately. Lay your firearm on the counter
and step back from the shooting line. Wait for range personnel to announce when
its safe to resume shooting.
MISFIRE OR MALFUNCTION
If you experience a misfire or
malfunction, keep your firearm pointed down range. If necessary, place the
firearm on the counter pointed down range and obtain assistance from any range
ALCOHOL & DRUGS
The use of alcohol or drugs is
prohibited on the range. Persons believed to be under the influence of alcohol
or drugs will be refused use of the range.
SMOKING, FOOD, & BEVERAGE
Smoking, Eating, and Drinking are
prohibited on the range.
ADHERENCE TO THESE RULES AT ALL TIMES WHILE ON THE
* Rules subject to change without prior notice
I (print name) _______________________________________. my agents,
executors and or administrators, in and for consideration to enter, rent, and
use facilities, firearms and/or services of Belleville Indoor Shooting Range, do
hereby absolutely and unequivocally agree to release and hold harmless
METROKING, Inc., d/b/a Belleville Indoor Shooting Range, d/b/a Metro Shooting
Supplies, an Illinois Corporation, its officers and/or liability arising out of
any injury, loss, or disability connected with the use of facilities and/or
service. Additionally, I have read, and understand, and agree to obey the
Range Ammo MUST be used in ALL Rental Guns (NO Exceptions)