Waiver Release FormRelease and Waiver of Liability and Indemnity Agreement for Firearm Use form
If this will be your first time coming to our range, you will be asked to fill out a Release and Waiver of Liability and Indemnity Agreement for Firearm Use form at the range office prior to using of our ranges.
To save you time, we now provide an online waiver form. Please complete it before coming to LPRGC.
Basic Range Rules
Before you download and sign the Release form please familiarize yourself with the basic range rules.
Pistol / Rifle Range
- Leave your firearms and equipment IN YOUR VEHICLE until you have been assigned a shooting bench
- DO NOT bring your firearms and range bag to the office when signing in.
- Ear & eye protection is required by everyone at the range, even if you are not shooting.
- Firearms should be transported in cases, or action open, pointed upwards.
- All firearms should be uncased & cased on the shooting bench only, barrel pointed downrange at all times.
- If, when you open the gun case the firearm is pointing any direction other than downrange DO NOT TOUCH IT – turn the case around until the firearm is pointed downrange before handling it.
- During a Cease Fire (red strobe lights will flash):
- a. Admittance into the range is ceased temporarily.
- b. No firearms can be transported in or out of the facility, or moved within the facility, even if you are packed up and ready to leave. This protects the customers downrange from firearm handling and protects everyone from theft/picking up of wrong bags & equipment.
- c. Everyone must stay behind the red line, do not approach the shooting bench. If you need anything, even your keys or a target: ASK THE RSO. We do not know if you’re reaching for a target or a gun.
- No rapid fire or double taps, count one second (“one Mississippi!”) between each shot fired.
- a. 7 foot frames at 25 yards.
- b. 5 foot frames at 50 and 100 yards.
- c. Tape is posted on back wall.
- a. For shotgun, slugs only , no buckshot or birdshot.
- b. No 50 BMG caliber firearms.
- Holstered firearms and concealed carry weapons are allowed for active duty law enforcement only. Must show current identification.
- a. No drawing from holster.
- b. No ‘carrying’ without proper law enforcement identification.
Lastly: If you have a question, please ask an RSO or the Range Office
PLEASE ALSO REFER TO THE STANDARD SAFETY RULES
This will help to keep everyone on the range safe.