ALL SHOTS MUST IMPACT THE BERM!
EYE AND EAR PROTECTION AT ALL TIMES FOR SHOOTERS AND OBSERVERS!
RANGE RULES SHALL BE FOLLOWED AT ALL TIMES, WHETHER SHARING THE RANGE WITH OTHERS OR IF YOU ARE THE ONLY PARTY PRESENT. THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS!!
CLEAN UP AFTER YOURSELF! Remove targets from the frames, police your brass, ammo boxes, cartridge holders, food and drink containers, etc.
VANDALISM WILL NOT BE TOLERATED! Anyone engaging in vandalism will be dismissed from the AMLGC with no refunds of dues or fees.
1. Metal frames owned by AMLGC must be set in frame holders provided.
2. Wood frames provided by members must be set within 3 feet of berm.
3. Metal frames provided by members must be made of rebar and set within 3 feet of berm.
4. Metal or wood frames provided by Members must match dimensions of AMLGC frames exactly as to height and width.
5. NO OTHER TARGET FRAMES ARE ALLOWED- NO EXCEPTIONS!
Acceptable types of targets-
1. Paper only, attached to the frame. Do not place targets on the sides or top of any berm or on the ground under any circumstance.
2. No metal swingers which can cause ricochets.
3. No breakable targets such as clay pigeons, cans, plastic bottles, fruit of any kind, etc.
4. No rolling targets shall be used.
Acceptable firearms that can be used on the Pistol Range
1. Pistols using standard pistol calibers
2. Rimfire .22 caliber rifles (ie. .22LR; .22 Long; .22 Short)
3. NO Shotguns are allowed
4. NO Pistols of Centerfire Rifle caliber (ie. AR or Ak style .223/5.56 or Contender or XP100)
5. NO Centerfire Rifles
Safety Rules for Pistol Range
1. No rapid-fire shooting allowed. All shots must be fired in a controlled manner so that all shots strike the berm no higher than the target frames.
2. No tactical or combat style shooting is allowed. The AMLGC range does not have separate bays or facilities designed for Tactical/Combat shooting and that style of shooting is not allowed at any time. Tactical/Combat shooting is defined as any style of shooting that involves actions such as, but not limited to, moving forward, rearward or side- to- side while shooting the firearm, shooting from cover or concealment, or shooting from holsters, or otherwise reacting to a simulated threat to the shooter…etc.
3. The pistol range may be operated separately from the main range. It is not required to clear the main range before shooters can move down range on the pistol range.
4. The pistol range has one target line at the rear bench and four firing lines which are 5, 7 12 and 15 yards from the target line. Only one firing line at a time will be used. All shooters must use the same firing line.
5. All Pistol range shooters will cooperate to use the same firing line and to call it hot or cold together. If the AMLGC has not designated someone to be in control, then the member who has been present the longest will control the pistol range firing line, including the choice of which firing line is to be used.
6. When the line is declared “cold” or “safe”, all pistols and/or rifles shall be placed on the shooting benches, with the bolts open and the magazines removed, so that any other shooter can determine that the firearm are unloaded.
7. The short-legged frames shall be used on the target line. Target will not be placed elsewhere at any time. Do not move target frames forward of the target line.
8. Firing at the side berms on either side is expressly prohibited and grounds for dismissal from the AMLGC.
9. All other AMLGC range rules are in effect at the pistol range.
Violation of any of these rules will be subject to review by the Board of Directors and any member found to be in violation is subject to possible disciplinary action up to and including termination of membership without refund of dues and/or fees, as well as being held liable for any damage occurring as a result of the violation.