We have updated the rules for use of the outdoor ranges for changes made over the years. Please reviw:
A summary of some of the basic updates is as follows:
People shooting shotguns are to shoot steel shot only. However, you can use slugs when target practicing from the bench house.
The automated trap machine is limited to organized Club events.
The new gate should be closed behind you after entering and leaving the Club property except when Club organized events are taking place.
The following artillery type rounds are prohibited: 500BMG, 416 Barrett, 408 Cheytac.
We re-articulate the rule that uncased or unholstered firearms should have actions open and be unloaded unless at the firing line and actually shooting (the actions on unloaded double barrel shotguns can be closed while sitting in the gunrack during trap shooting).
People wanting to use the indoor range need to go through a separate orientation of the indoor range.
The rules to the Indoor range have been updated, please review these rules. You will need to sign a copy when you go to get your new key card. As a reminder, access to the Indoor Range will be available exclusively through the use of the key card as of August 1st.
The following is a list of acceptable ammunition for use in the Indoor Range.
Acceptable bullets as of March 28, 2017
Any .22 long rifle lead or coated lead rimfire bullet
Only lead bullets or nylon or plastic coated lead bullets permitted to be fired indoors
Frangible ammunition from ICC (International Cartridge Corp)
Speer LE, Lawman RHT (Reduced Hazard Training) Training Ammunition, Frangible CF
Specific to LCRC Member John Brimson / Reloads using electroplated bullets (that is copper plating over the entire lead core) from Rainier Ballistics identified as 9mm, 115 grain HP or 10mm, 180 grain HP. Both bullets are loaded with a mild mid-range load for target shooting.
How to add to the acceptable list
Submit to the Executive Committee the following information prior to a committee meeting:
A copy of written technical data on the ammunition from the manufacturer
A copy of written reports from reliable industry sources on this ammunition
A copy of the package nomenclature
At least 1 sample cartridge or in the case of reloads, 1 cartridge and 2 bullets
Provide at least 2 complete sets of the written information