Below are general range rules for Routt County Rifle Club and rules for the individual ranges. Please read and become familiar with the rules and regulations for every range before using any of the ranges.
General Range Rules
Revised and Approved: March 2005
The Routt County Rifle Club, Inc. Board of Directors
Shooting Events Rules
When organized events are held at the Range, the Range is classified as a "COLD RANGE." A Cold Range means:
Shotgun Range Rules
Rifle Range Rules
Outdoor Pistol Range Rules
Indoor Range Rules
Range Dog Rules
Dogs and hunting are a time-honored tradition that back to the dawn of man. A well trained dog under the control of a competent handler is a joy to behold.
Conversely, a poorly trained dog that runs wild and ignores the commands of his handler is annoying, frustrating, and at times dangerous.
Routt County Rifle Club allows dog owners to bring their dogs to the range, provided Rule 16 of the Shotgun Range Rules is followed: "Control your dog at all times - this is your responsibility."
What this means should be self-evident, but sadly a few dog owners are either ignorant of the meaning, or choose to ignore it. Here are some examples; if you are a dog owner, please read and reflect:
If your dog is not behaving, train him better, put him in your vehicle, keep him on a short leash, or leave him at home.
In short, the privilege of bringing a dog to the range ends at the point where the dog is a nuisance to others.
Thank you for your understanding and compliance. When we work together for the common good, the Rifle Club is an enjoyable recreation location for all members.
AND PLEASE PICK UP AFTER YOUR DOG!!