RANGE RULES & FAQ
Safety First… Shoot with Confidence!
At Range 54, safety is our first priority. Our friendly, experienced instructors are available with a variety of classes to assist you with safely reaching your shooting goals.
- Treat every firearm as if it is loaded.
- Case and uncase firearms ONLY at the shooting station firing line.
- Load your firearm ONLY when at the shooting station and ready to shoot.
- Keep your finger off the trigger until on target and ready to fire.
- Ask if you are unsure how a firearm operates.
- Use only ammunition that is compatible with your firearm.
- Keep the firearm pointed downrange at all times.
- Never move forward of the firing line.
- Only lead core bullets are permitted on the range.
- No steel core, incendiary, tracer, exploding or green tipped ammo of any kind is permitted.
- Eye and ear protection are required at all times on entering the sound lock.
- Only three people are permitted per shooting station.
- Rapid fire is prohibited unless approved in advance by a Range Safety Officer.
- NO DRAWING FROM HOLSTER. (Exception for active law enforcement ONLY)
- No food, drink or tobacco products are permitted on the range.
- Use of alcoholic beverages or drugs prior to or during shooting is prohibited; you will be asked to leave.
- You are monetarily responsible for any damage you cause to Range 54 property.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need a membership to shoot at Range 54?
No, We are an open range, which means you do not need a membership. However a membership is the most economical way to enjoy our range.
Is there a minimum age to shoot?
Children 10 years old and older can shoot on the range with a parent or an adult 21 years or older. Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult 21 years or older.
Can I shoot rifles and/or shotguns on the range?
Yes, we will allow all rifles up to a .50BMG. Shotguns are limited to 00 buck and slugs.
Can I shoot black powder?
No, we do not allow black powder firearms.
Can I shoot my own ammunition or do I have to buy from you?
Is there a dress code to shoot on the range?
Yes, open-toed shoes or sandals are not allow on the range. We also strongly suggest that you not wear low-cut shirts, to prevent being burned by hot brass.
Can we shoot at the range if we are from a different country?
Yes, as long as you have a government issued ID (Passport, Driver license, etc).
Are memberships transferable?
Memberships are non-transferable.
Will you accept transfers from others dealers and what is the cost?
Yes we accept transfers.
The initial transfer cost is $40 for non-members and $25 for members. When multiple firearms are transferred at the same time, an additional fee is charged for each firearm transferred. The cost for each additional transfer is $10 for non-members and $5 for members.
Transfers of NFA items are $75 for non-members and $50 for members.
Transferred firearms will be ready for pick up 24 hours after freight service delivery notification unless otherwise informed by Range 54.
Do you have a gunsmith?
Yes, we do have a gunsmith. Click here to learn more.