Harry Schneider – Chairman
|Shooting Hours(Chairman makes the exceptions)
|Pistol Range Daily Use Donation
Includes the whole period for any of the open shooting hours. A whole period means from the earliest scheduled time of the day until the latest scheduled time of the day.
Pistol Range Rules (updated 8/31/13)
The pistol range at NSSA has several different distances from which one can shoot. There is a 7 yard, 15 yard, 25 and 50 yard range available to choose from.
A Shotgun Patterning Target is also available on the pistol range. Buckshot is not permitted. Birdshot only may be used.
Prior to shooting, all shooters must:
- Sign in at the pistol range and pay daily use donation.
- Your membership number is the complete set of digits on your access card.
- Guests sign in under the member and print the word ‘Guest’ in place of the membership number
- Please politely remind other shooters to sign in and pay if you notice they have not yet done so
- Signing in constitutes acceptance and understanding of all listed range safety rules and procedures.
- Rifle and pistol ranges have separate sign in sheets and both require payment.
- Read the range procedures and the pistol safety rules.
- Only member and escorted guests may use the range
- Members must display current membership card
- Members and guests must personally sign in and donate separately
- Members have preference over guests
- Paper targets only please
- Remove all targets when the range is CLEAR and you are finished shooting.
- No mid range targets of any kind.
- Balloons are permitted but leaving balloon residue will result in banishment.
- Beware of nails, screws and staples on the ground or boards.
- Other types of targets only with the approval of the Pistol Chairman.
- If you bring large sheets of plastic or cardboard to shoot at – please take them home with you – please don’t be rude and leave them for other members to dispose of.
- Your paper targets must be affixed to the snow fence – keep the aiming point far away from all wood that supports the snow fence.
- Please Clean up after yourself
- Pick up all targets, boxes, patches and brass.
- Your BRASS CASES must be picked up and taken home or placed in the brass buckets.
- Steel cases, aluminum cases, empty shotgun slug hulls, targets and patches go into the rubbish barrels(NOT in the brass buckets).
- Only those who help at the range may take donated brass home.
- THIS RANGE IS NOT AN ASHTRAY. Your cigarettes go in your cars ashtray, not on the ground or barrels
- The safest time to pick up brass is when the line is clear and no one is shooting or handling guns.
- Please do your part
- Range maintenance is done by members like you. Protect your investment by reporting unsafe shooters, trespassers, slobs and cheats. Get us their vehicle license number.
- Please volunteer to occasionally help maintain the Pistol Range.
- We also need instructors to assist in teaching pistol classes – especially women’s introductory classes.
- Please donate time or materials or let us know where we can get them inexpensively.
- DO NOT:
- Shoot at the wood horizontal cross members or posts or clothes pins.
- Shoot bird shot on this range…EVER!
- Shoot at targets on the ground or in the air.
- Shoot at clay birds, cans, or bottles.
All range shooting is governed by these rules except that special rules may apply during special events or at the discretion of the Pistol Committee Chairman. Rules may be changed or temporarily suspended by the NSSA Board of Directors or by the Pistol Committee Chairman.
Your presence on the range constitutes acceptance, at minimum, of all posted RANGE SAFETY RULES and PISTOL RANGE PROCEDURES. Sign in constitutes documentary evidence of your understanding and acceptance of all listed rules and procedures. Any conduct detrimental to good order, safety and operation of the range will result in expulsion and/or legal action.