Social distancing will be required per the CDC guidelines.
Members and guests are allowed within the guidelines of the range rules which states: “Members may bring two guests to the range who are over the age of 19. In addition, members may also bring their children and/or grandchildren who are under the age of 19 to the range”.
Areas of the range have not been sanitized. Members and guests use the range at their own risk.
Match directors will be allowed to conduct matches as long as CDC guidelines are followed to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Dues will be prorated for 2020-2021 in the amount of $10.00 per member. Renewal notices were printed in April and will not reflect this discount. However, a notice of the discount will be inserted in the envelopes. There may be a delay in members receiving renewal notices as 1480 envelopes will have to redone.
The shotgun fields will be open under normal schedule.
The Range and Safety rules have been updated as of April 2019. It is every member's responsibility to read and follow all range and safety rules. Violations of the rules may result in the suspension of membership or expulsion from the property.
Bump Fire type stocks and binary triggers systems are not allowed on RCWA property for any reason.
Guests: Members may bring two guests to the range who are over the age of 19. In addition, members may also bring their children and/or grandchildren who are under the age of 19 to the range. The member is responsible for insuring any guests brought to the range are instructed in the safe handling of a firearm prior to shooting. When a member brings guests to the range only two guests may shoot at a time. The member must not shoot while their guests are shooting. The guests must not shoot while the member is shooting.
Training: Please remember that members are not allowed to hold any type of training at the range without prior Board of Directors approval. All group matches, law enforcement training, clinics, events, personal firearms training, concealed carry classes, concealed carry qualification and other activities that occur on RCWA property must have prior approval from the RCWA Board of Directors and must comply with all regulations established by the Board of Directors.
Rules concerning unapproved targets and target placement:
Unapproved targets are cans, bottles, produce, pallets, lumber, target posts or frames, rocks, ammunition, clay birds (skeet, trap, 5-stand or sporting clays), explosive devices, ground bouncers, wobble type targets, walking/flipping type of targets, or any other targets placed on the ground, or anything that could cause a round to leave the range.
DO NOT put targets on top of or on the target frame posts or other wood members holding the wire or on top of or on an eyebrow (eyebrows are located on Ranges #2 - #4 and A – L to keep bullets from leaving the range). Placing targets on these locations is prohibited
Please download the attached copy of the range rules to see all the changes that have been made.