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TEN WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR CLUB
 

  1. Remove your targets. Empty range trash cans into a dumpster (we have three). Place used cartridge cases (all metals) in the buckets provided.
  2. Take the trash from the Clubhouse and Clubhouse or Blockhouse bathrooms and deposit in the dumpster
  3. Participate in events.
  4. Help other shooters stay safe and follow the rules.  If you run into a conflict, notify a Club Director or Officer.
  5. Cut the grass or whack some weeds - tools and fuel are in the equipment shed.
  6. Vacuum the clubhouse.
  7. Volunteer to help work Club shoots and matches
  8. Show up for Work Days.
  9. Stay informed. Read your Club Newsletter and Alerts.
  10. Pay your dues on time and notify the secretary if your phone, mailing address or e-mail address change.

 

CONTACT YOUR SENATOR AND REPRESENTATIVES - Let them know how you feel about gun control. To identify your Congressmen, go to: http://www.house.gov/representatives/find/

 

LAWNMOWERS - If you have mechanical problems with a mower, park it and call someone on the Equipment Maintenance Team. Their phone numbers are on the Directory page of this website.

GOLF CARTS - The golf carts may be used to hang targets. Always return them to the proper locations. Follow the printed instructions to recharge them.


DRINKS and SNACKS - You must pay for the drinks and snacks you get from the clubhouse, trap and skeet houses or the rifle range. They are 50 cents each. Put your money in the plastic containers inside each refrigerator.

TEN COMMANDMENTS OF SAFE GUN HANDLING
 

  1. Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction.
  2. Treat every firearm as if it were loaded.
  3. Always keep the action open except when hunting or preparing to shoot.
  4. Be sure the barrel and action are clear of obstructions and that you have the proper ammunition for the firearm you are carrying.
  5. Be sure of your target before you pull the trigger.
  6. Never point a firearm at anything you do not want to shoot. Avoid all horseplay with a firearm.
  7. Never climb a fence, tree or jump a fence with a loaded firearm.
  8. Never shoot at a flat, hard surface or water.
  9. Store firearms and ammunition separately.
  10. Avoid alcohol and other drugs before or during shooting.  
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