Test Page for AGC Range Rules

AGC Range Rules (Updated Jan 21, 2020)

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1. 
[Range-Specific Rules – Indoor Pellet Range]
Which statement is correct for shooting .22 pellets on the indoor pellet range?


2. 
[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.


3. 
[Range-Specific Rules - Shotgun Patterning Range]
Slugs may be fired on the shotgun patterning range.


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]
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:


6. 
[Range-Specific Rules – Trap Range]
On the trap range, what size shot may be used?


7. 
[Targets – General Requirements]
Any target on any target frame must be positioned so all rounds, shot from any firearm:


8. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
When casing or uncasing a firearm while on the concrete pad, the muzzle must remain pointed down-range.


9. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
It is unacceptable to shoot at any wildlife that enters your line of fire on an AGC range.


10. 
[Facility Wide - Administrative Rules]
Under what conditions may a guest shoot by themselves?


11. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
A firearm may be removed from or inserted into a case only when the line is hot.


12. 
[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.


13. 
[Range-Specific Rules – 200 Yard Range]
The 200-yard range may be used to sight-in firearms.


14. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
Targets and target frames must not be capable of deflecting a projectile in an unsafe direction.


15. 
[Range-Specific Rules – 200 Yard Range]
On the 200-yard range, people may stay in the pits between ceasefires only during organized shoots/practices under the control of a designated Event/Match Director and never during shooting of steel targets.


16. 
[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).


17. 
[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.


18. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
During a cease-fire, you may handle an unloaded firearm.


19. 
[Range-Specific Rules – Trap Range]
When shooting handicaps for trap, shooters may shoot from a staggered position not to exceed:


20. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
While you are at your firing position, you notice that the shooter next to you consistently has their firearm pointed at you and others (flagging) when loading/unloading. What do you do?


21. 
[Black Powder Rules]
During a cease-fire, all muzzleloaders, whether pistol or rifle, must:


22. 
[Facility Wide - Cardinal Rules of Gun Safety]
Which of the following are included in AGC's cardinal rules of gun safety?


23. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
If I see someone going forward of the firing line while the range is hot, I need to yell “Cease Fire!”


24. 
[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?


25. 
[Range-Specific Rules – 100 Yard (Barnes) Range]
On the 100-yard (Barnes) range, moveable shooting benches must be positioned so the front legs are at the forward (down-range) edge of the concrete pad.


26. 
[Range-Specific Rules – 100 Yard (Barnes) Range]
Rifles and handguns are allowed on the 100-yard (Barnes) range, but shotguns are not.


27. 
[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.


28. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
If a cease-fire is called and you cannot make your firearm safe for any reason, you should:


29. 
[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.


30. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
Eye and ear protection are required on or near active firing lines, except at the pellet and archery ranges.


31. 
[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.


32. 
[Facility Wide - Administrative Rules]
On the trap range, how many guests may a badge-holder have on the firing line firing sequentially?


33. 
[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.


34. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
The use of an empty chamber indicator (ECI) during a cease-fire is exempt on the trap range and for muzzle-loading firearms.


35. 
[Facility Wide - General Range Safety Rules]
It is OK if an empty cartridge remains in the chamber/cylinder/fixed magazine during a cease-fire.