Range Safety Quiz

AGC Range Rules (Updated June 7, 2022)

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[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
The use of an empty chamber indicator (ECI) during a cease-fire is optional on the trap range and for muzzle-loading firearms.

[Range-Specific Rules – 100 Yard (Barnes) Range]
On the 100-yard (Barnes) range, the shooting lanes to the left of the orange poles may only be used for:

[Targets – Steel Targets]
You must display your named yellow badge with certification sticker in addition to your range badge when shooting at steel targets.

[Targets – General Requirements]
Any target on any target frame must be positioned so all rounds, shot from any firearm:

[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.

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

[Facility Wide - Administrative Rules]
You and your guest are shooting on the 100-yard (Barnes) range. You need to use the bathroom and make a phone call. Your guest wants to stay at the firing point with your firearms and keep shooting. Is this OK?

[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.

[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?

[Range-Specific Rules – 100 Yard (Barnes) Range]
The 10 rightmost lanes on the 100-yard (Barnes) range (Positions 91-100) are for bench-rest shooting only.

[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.

[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
If a firearm fails to fire, the shooter must keep it pointed down-range at the impact berm for at least 30 seconds before any other action may be taken.

[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
During a cease-fire, you may handle an unloaded firearm.

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

[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.

[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.

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

[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.

[Range-Specific Rules – 200 Yard Range]
The 200-yard range may be used to sight-in firearms.

[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
With exception of the bench-rest area on the 100-yard (Barnes) range, the firing line on the 50-yard (pistol), 100-yard (Barnes), and 200-yard ranges are designated as: