1. Visit their website and read the rules, operating times and calendar.
2. Arrive prepared with your unloaded gun, ammo, eye and ear protection, targets, staple gun and staples.
3. Check in with the RO (range officer) on duty and let them know this is your first time at the range and would they please assist you to get started.
4. If in doubt ASK. Often times, gun ranges rely on the shooters to manage the safety of their range. If you are not sure if something is safe…..dont do it.
5. Make sure you know ahead of time, how your gun operates & memorize the universal gun safety rules:
Always keep the muzzle pointed downrange and in a safe direction.
Always keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to shoot.
Keep your gun unloaded until you are ready to use it.
6. Have a practice plan in place a head of time.
Have fun, be safe. The more you practice, the more comfortable you will become.