Safe muzzle management of all firearms on the range.
Always practice safe trigger finger management.
Treat all firearms as though they are loaded.
Be sure of a safe target area before firing.
Eye and ear protection must always be worn while on the range.
Drawing from a holster is only authorized if you have completed WBA’s Holster Certification seminar.
WBA has a zero-tolerance drug/alcohol policy. Drug and alcohol use is strictly prohibited.
Guns may only be loaded while inside the firing stall. BEFORE leaving the stall, all firearms must be visually and physically inspected to ensure they are free of all live ammunition and magazines must be removed. Any lawful concealed carry holders must return loaded handguns back to the holster before leaving the stall.
All shooting must be controlled. Any damage to the range caused by shooters will hold shooters liable to pay for damages. Only shoot as fast as you can safely keep rounds on the target.
All firearms and ammunition are subject to inspection to ensure that it is safe to shoot on our range.
Only one person shooting in a stall at a time. We ask spectators, not firing, to allow distance for a range safety officer to interact with a shooter, if needed.
No food or drinks in the range.
Leave the range stall clean for the next user.
Do not move forward of the firing line. Consult an RSO if an item falls forward of the shooting stall.
The RSO’s are here to keep it safe and fun! They have unquestionable authority regarding safety on the range.
If a cease fire is called or alarm is sounded, immediately STOP what you are doing, bench all firearms and step back from the line.
Rental guns must remain in the stalls they are assigned to. Shooters may switch lanes; however, the firearm must stay in lanes.