Range Policies, Rules & Procedures
At 88 Tactical, our top priority is safety. Our range policies, rules, and procedures have been meticulously developed to guarantee a secure and enjoyable shooting experience. Thank you for your understanding and commitment to ensuring the well-being of our community.
- New shooters will need to fill out a liability waver and watch the safety brief video.
- You cannot shoot under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
- All forms of food, beverage, alcohol, and tobacco are prohibited inside of the range.
- You cannot draw from a holster until you have completed our Draw from Holster certification course (subject to RSO availability).
- No muzzle loaders, bows, crossbows, paintball, or airsoft guns allowed.
- Tracer, incendiary, armor piercing, green tip, or steel core are not allowed inside the range.
- Only 00 buck or slug can be used for shotguns, no bird or target shot allowed inside the range.
- An RSO will inspect all rifle and shotgun ammunition before entering the range.
- Up to a .308 is allowed or any round with a velocity under 2800 fps.
- Children under the age of 10 are not allowed in the range unless provided proof of hunter safety or young firearm safety.
- Anyone under the age 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times inside the range and cannot rent a firearm or buy handgun ammunition.
- Under the age of 21 are allowed to rent and buy handgun ammunition but cannot leave the building with any ammunition.
- All Federal, State, and Local laws must be obeyed and will be enforced. Convicted felons are not allowed.
- Ear and Eye protection will be put on before entering the range and worn at all times inside the range.
- Commands issued by range personnel must be obeyed immediately.
- There are two doors when entering the range. Allow the first door to shut before proceeding through the second door.
- There is no regulation on fire rate as long as it is performed in a controlled matter and is staying on target.
- Range personnel reserve the right to inspect any firearm or ammunition, at any time.
- Fire only at targets in your lane.
- Binary Triggers and Full Auto Rifles (with paperwork and stamp) are allowed to RSO discretion.
- Shooters may collect their own brass.
- Shooters are responsible for any damage they cause to the range and or equipment, regardless of intent.
- Do not cross or reach beyond the firing line for any reason. If anything drops beyond the firing line, find an RSO to retrieve it.
- Firearms will remain in their case until you are on the firing line.
- The firearm will not come off the firing line uncased for any reason.
- With multiple lanes or groups, move the shooters from lane to lane not the firearms.
- 2 people per lane.
- Cell phones are permitted inside the range, but not on firing line.
- Only paper targets are allowed.
Weapon & Safety Rules
- Treat all firearms as if they are loaded.
- Never point at anything you do not intent to shoot.
- Keep your finger straight and off of the trigger until you’re ready to fire.
- Be aware of your muzzle and always keep the muzzle pointed down range.
- Know your target and what lies beyond and in between.
Cease Fire Procedure
- When the command “CEASE FIRE” is given, stop shooting IMMEDIATELY.
- Unload the weapon by releasing the magazine and removing the round in the chamber.
- Place the firearm on the bench with the muzzle facing down range and the slide/bolt locked to the rear.
- Step back with hands up to show the RSO that everything is SAFE and CLEAR.
- Wait for further instruction from 88 Tactical personnel.