Sheriff’s Office shooting range open to public
Remaining range dates for 2012 are October 13 and 20. Range hours will be 8 a.m–11 a.m. and noon–4 p.m each day.
The following range rules must be followed by participants:
-Report to the firearms instructor prior to removing any weapons from the vehicles.
-Weapons are to be transported to the range in a suitable transportation device.
-No weapons will be brought to the range in a loaded condition.
-All safety and liability forms must be filled out and signed prior to firing.
-No one under the age of 17 will be allowed to shoot on the range without supervision of a parent or guardian. A parent or guardian must sign the liability form.
-Proper identification is required to present to the firearms instructors.
All participants are required to bring their own targets, safety glasses, hearing protection, ammunition, staples and a staple gun.
Ted Adams can be contacted at (504) 201-5222 for any other questions or further information.
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