Tri-Boro Sportsmen Range Rules
Range Hours: Mon-Sat 8AM-Sunset, Sun. 9AM-Sunset
Range Closed On Days of Fish Stockings:
to abide by these rules will result in ejection from the range and/or
suspension of membership privileges, and/or legal prosecution.
federal, state, and local firearm laws must be obeyed.
members of Tri-Boro Sportsmen are permitted to shoot. Membership card must be
will be pointed down range at all times including during loading and sight
checking targets or moving ranges, your firearm must be unloaded and cased or
have the action open.
firearms must remain cased until the shooter reaches the shooting benches.
paper, tag board, hardboard, or cardboard targets may be used. Absolutely no
other targets are permitted especially exploding targets.
one will shoot while there is a person down range or walk down range while a
shooter is shooting in their section.
shooting, remove all trash, targets, and brass and place them in the proper
10. When you
are finished shooting, you must unload and case your firearm before leaving the
11. Keep your
finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.
12. Wear eye
and ear protection.
13. Never use
alcohol or drugs before or while shooting.
16. No Rapid
17. You must
be 21 years old to shoot handguns and 18 years old to shoot long guns unless
accompanied by a parent or legal guardian of which the age is 12 to shoot
18. . Know
your target and what is beyond.
19. Any shots
fired that strike any surface other than the target will result in ejection
and/or suspension from the range.
incendiary, armor piercing, and steel core ammunition are strictly prohibited.
Plinking Range Rules
personal targets are to be used on the plinking range.
moving or removal of any targets is forbidden.