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Minimum age
We invite shooters of all ages to enjoy the sport of shooting. We require that shooters are 41/2 feet tall so that they can safely shoot over the shooting booth bench. Children also need to be strong enough to support the weight of the firearm and handle the recoil.

Physically Challenged Shooters
We welcome all shooters and have two shooting positions with lowered benches and target switches to accommodate those in wheelchairs. We can also set up shooting tables for shooting from the seated position. Our staff is happy to facilitate your shooting experience!

Single Shooter Policy
Our industry standard insurance policy does not allow us to rent firearms to solo/single shooters unless they have been a member for two weeks, already have their own firearm when they arrive at the range, or are active duty military or law enforcement. If you do not meet one of these requirements, you need to bring a “buddy” with you in order to access the rental board. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

Rifles
All rimfire rifles (.17 HMR, .22 LR) and pistol caliber rifles (9mm,.357, 45 LC etc,) may be shot
at the range without restrictions.Shooting high-powered rifle (.223, 308, 30-06 etc) requires an On Target Rifle Card. Rifle cards are issued on Sunday mornings after completing the safety lesson and qualify shoot. The rifle card is issued to an individual person and may not be transferred or used by another person. Rifle cards are good for two years. High-powered rifles are allowed ONLY on lanes 16–20

Shotguns
We do allow shotguns on the range. However, to minimize the potential for damage to the range we require that you use slug ammunition purchased through On Target. We also reserve the right to inspect range bags to ensure that other ammunition (buck shot, bird shot) is not on the range.

Shop Services
We are a full service FFL capable of handling new gun purchases, used gun purchases, consigned firearm transactions as well as Private Party Transfers. We also have armors available for minor gun repairs not requiring a Gunsmith.