FAQ / Rules

Arrowhead Fish and Game Conservation Club Inc

Must I wear my ID whenever I and or my family are on the range? YES.

Can I loan out my ID? NO, absolutely not! The badges must not be given to minor family members or to your friends in order to allow these people to shoot at the range. Your membership will be terminated permanently in the event you violate this rule.

Can I bring my kids to the range? Certainly, But NOT if you can’t supervise them at all times. Never allow children to shoot if you cannot stand directly with them.

Can I bring aunts, uncles, grandkids, nieces, nephews, grandfathers, grandmothers, Father, Mother, or friends, to shoot? Yes. On Saturday and Sunday when a range master is present.

Must I pay shooting fees? Yes members $3.00 each, non embers and guests 18  and over $10

When do all the Range Rules and Gun Safety Rules have to be followed? ALWAYS observe the rules not only for your own safety but the safety of others. BE COURTEOUS!

Who’s the Boss on the range? First and foremost, the range master. Range officers, are also in charge when present, however, their authority is not above the range master’s authority.

Can’t I just do whatever I want on the range? Yes, within reason! It is a range, so No drinking, No smoking, No eating and No horseplay on the firing line.

Do I have to pay attention to my firearm(s) when not shooting at the moment? Of Course! Keep weapons pointed down range at all times; unloaded with the action open unless you are shooting.

What is the very first thing I should do when I get up to the firing line? Check down range for anyone putting up targets. If there is no range master, check for cars or trucks. If there are vehicles, chances are good that there are persons on the range. Use your common sense!

If I want to set up a target what is the procedure? Even if no other shooters are present at the time, you MUST unload your firearm and open the action when leaving the line to put up targets. All shooters must exit the line and get behind the sliding gate. Once everyone has exited the line, you then close the sliding gate to signal that a man is down range and that no one is to enter the line. If there are other shooters present and or placing targets, get a count of them all and make sure everyone has returned behind the gate before reopening the sliding gate. ALSO, do not walk on the berms. Place targets 1 foot to midway up the face of the berm.

What if I just need to leave the line for a second? All weapons left unattended must be unloaded with the action open.

Can I shoot special ammo and or exploding targets? NO. No tracers, armor piercing ammo, or exploding targets are to be used on the range.

Can I bring bottles and cans to shoot? Yes, but NO GLASS. Please pick up your debris. The range master has better things to do than clean up your mess.

When I am done shooting, what is the procedure? All debris on the firing line and range resulting from the members shooting shall be picked up. A broom is available for sweeping brass into the trough in front of the line

Can I wear my side arm in a holster? Only peace officers or the range master are allowed to wear a side arm. A person with a permit to carry is not allowed to carry in a holster on the range.

Do I need to wear eye and ear protection? Yes.

Where can I set up. The Range master will assign cubicles. 8-12 are for groups of 3 or more.

What weapon’s can I use? Only California legal. Court rules change rapidly, you must be upon to date with the rulings. California legal only. Range Master ruling is final.