QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
RR&GC RANGE IN GENERAL
Q: Is RR&GC open to the public?
A: Yes, RR&GC is open to the public. It is a 501(c4) Non-Profit
Q: Does the Club furnish or rent firearms?
A: At this point in time the club does not rent or furnish firearms.
Q: Does the Club sell ammo?
A: The club does not sell ammo.
Q: What are the Club's Hours?
A: Please refer to each discipline tab as the hours vary.
Q: What are the Club's fees?
A: Please refer to each discipline tab as the fees vary.
Q: When becoming a member is there a required course I have to take?
A: No, there is not a required course at this time. The RSO's are trained in assisting and safety requirements.
ARCHERY DISCIPLINE Q & A
COWBOY SHOOTING DISCIPLINE Q & A
RIFLE/PISTOL DISCIPLINE Q & A
Q: Why can't I handle my firearms while the line is 'dead' as it is empty and the flag is in it?
A: We do not want shooters pointing firearms at others. Safety first!
Q: Why can't I bring my own steel targets?
A: An insurance and safety matter. We have no way of verifying the quality of non club targets.
Q: Why can't I use targets that have faces of people in the news on them?
A: We are a family oriented club.
Q: Can the RSO tell a shooter to leave due to unsafe actions regarding firearms?
A: Yes the RSO can ask shooters to leave the premises as all rules must be followed.
Q: Do I have to personally supervise my children under the age of 18 when an RSO is on duty?
A: Yes, the adult bringing the children is responsible. The RSO is to supervise the entire range.
Q: Why do I have to wear hearing and eye protection?
A: A prime safety consideration. Hearing and eye protection are REQUIRED beyond particular points.
SPORTING CLAYS/5 STAND DISCIPLINE Q & A
TRAP DISCIPLINE Q & A
WOMEN'S PROGRAMS Q & A
YOUTH PROGRAMS Q & A