Range Safety Quiz

AGC Range Rules (Updated April 5, 2022)

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1. 
[Range-Specific Rules – 200 Yard Range]
On the 200-yard range, moveable shooting benches must be positioned so the front legs are at the forward (down-range) edge of the concrete pad.


2. 
[Range-Specific Rules – 100 Yard (Barnes) Range]
Rifles and handguns are allowed on the 100-yard (Barnes) range, but shotguns are not.


3. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
Except for pistols, all uncased firearms shall remain unloaded and pointed downrange or racked in an upright position with actions open, magazines removed and Empty Chamber Indicator (ECI) in place during a ceasefire.


4. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
You are shooting with a guest(s) on the 100-yard (Barnes) range when a cease-fire is called and the line is announced to be “cold.” Before you go down-range to check your target, what should you remind your guest of?


5. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
Under what conditions may you leave a removable magazine inserted in a firearm during a cease-fire?


6. 
[Black Powder Rules]
During a cease-fire, all muzzleloaders, whether pistol or rifle, must:


7. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
During a cease-fire, a removable magazine can remain in the firearm as long as an empty chamber indicator (ECI) is visible.


8. 
[Range-Specific Rules - Shotgun Patterning Range]
Slugs may be fired on the shotgun patterning range.


9. 
[Range-Specific Rules - 50 Yard (Pistol) Range]
On the 50-yard (pistol) range, if using an AGC-owned frame, you must use a target with a single centered aiming point, centered in the frame.


10. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
If I leave the firing line but plan to return to continue shooting, I can leave my firearm loaded.


11. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
It is OK if an empty cartridge remains in the chamber/cylinder/fixed magazine during a cease-fire.


12. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
You may only fire fully automatic firearms at the AGC during an event supervised by the AGC Full Auto committee, and only after you have received proper training/certification from the AGC Full Auto committee.


13. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
Everyone on the range has an obligation to police their shooting neighbors and help them follow the safety rules. If a polite reminder does not have the desired effect or is poorly received, the violation should be reported to a Range Safety Officer (RSO).


14. 
[Range-Specific Rules - 50 Yard (Pistol) Range]
Rifle-caliber handguns are permitted on the 50-yard (pistol) range.


15. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
When carrying an uncased firearm from place to place, it must be carried muzzle-up, unless it is a break-open shotgun or rifle.


16. 
[Range-Specific Rules – Trap Range]
When shooting handicaps for trap, shooters may shoot from a staggered position not to exceed:


17. 
[Range-Specific Rules – Trap Range]
What is the maximum ammunition velocity allowed on the trap range?


18. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
The firing line in the bench-rest area -- lanes 91 to 100 on the 100-yard (Barnes) range -- is defined as:


19. 
[Facility Wide - Administrative Rules]
During range operations, any directions by Range Safety Officers (RSO), AGC Officers, and/or Shooting Directors/Event Directors are not to be disputed. Badge-holders may contact their club officers for disposition or appeal.


20. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
Targets and target frames must not be capable of deflecting a projectile in an unsafe direction.