1) Shooting Schedules
 
Shooting Calendars are set by the Committee of Management yearly and are available at the Clubhouse.
  Saturday Training Sessions starts at 1:00PM
  Sunday Competition starts at 10:00 AM Often,
 
the task of setting up, patching and scoring are left with a handful of committed members. It is the responsibility of each Member to help out in preparing target ranges before and after shooting to share the load.
2) Shooting Disciplines
  Shooting matches are categorized into four divisions:
  ISSF, IPSC, Rifle and Shotgun.
3) Club Guns
 
The following guidelines are set for the Members to avail of Club Guns;
A.
Club Guns are for hire at K10.00 per person. Financial Members are exempt from this fee.
B.
Any new Member who wishes to use a Club Gun shall notify the Duty Officer and must register to determine the order of the shooters which is on a first come first serve basis.
C.
It will be the user's responsibility to turnover the Club Gun to the Duty Officer after use.
D.
Ammunition will be available at the Clubhouse. Only those registered to participate in the day’s scheduled event will be permitted to purchase ammunition which must be used at the club.
  Please see the Duty Officer if you have any query.
4) Dress Regulation
 
1.
Members wearing tongs, sandals without socks and sleeveless T-shirt WILL NOT be allowed to shoot at the range.
2. Members are prohibited to wear fully camouflaged and or para-military uniforms.
3. Eye and Ear protection while on the range is COMPULSORY.
4.
IDENTIFICATION CARDS are issued to each Member and wearing the same whilst at the range is COMPULSORY.
5.
Shooting Equipment and Accessories Target firearms and ammunitions are the primary requirement to compete and enjoy the sport. It is however, necessary to obtain the following accessories for your personal protection.
 
A.
Ear protectors. (Compulsory) Earmuffs provide a degree of protection and will effectively reduce the noise to a safe level.
B.
Eye protectors. (Compulsory) It is compulsory to wear eye protection from powder gases blowing back into the eyes or from occasional spent cases that might hit the shooters' face during any shooting session. Special shooting glasses are available to also overcome the glare of sunlight thus, providing greater visibility of targets.
C.
Spotting scope (recommended). A good scope assists the shooter in determining the shot placement within the target and rectifies some faults, most especially in a 50-meter shooting matches.
D.
Other accessories e.g. hand tools, stopwatch and gun cleaning kits are also essential.
5)
Range Safety Shooters must be constantly on the alert for any careless behavior of other Club Members on the range. It is essential that every Member must be familiar with all range command that must be obeyed at all time. The following range commands will normally be given during shooting competitions particularly in ISSF matches.
 
A.
" Load ". Weapons will be loaded with 5 rounds only except in air pistol, free pistol and practical matches. The pistol must be pointed towards the range at all times.
B.
" Fire “. On this command and upon facing of turning targets, the shooter will begin his / her course of fire.
C.
" Cease Fire “. Firing action must be terminated and all handguns must be laid on the bench, and no shooter must fire another shot.
D.
" Unload “. The magazines must be removed from the cylinder and breach opened in the case of automatic pistols, whereas for revolvers, the cylinders must be left opened.
E.
" Step back from the Bench “. No shooter should approach the firing position until the Range Officer calls for the resumption of the next stage of shooting.
F.
" Range clear “. The command is only given after all weapons have been checked by the Range Officer and shooters will be ordered to move forward to patch and score the targets.
G.
" You may remove “. Shooters will be permitted to remove their weapons only after the Range Officer has visually checked each weapon. The firearm must be carried away with the breach open until it is encased.
6)
Specific Rules on Firearms Handling The JUNE VALLEY SHOOTING RANGE is a Cold Range. Guns may only be loaded on the firing line, under R.O Supervision. Off the line, your gun must be unloaded at all times.
 
A.
NO uncased firearm should be handled or laid down on the range unless the breach is open and the magazine removed. Empty cylinder on revolvers must be left open.
B.
Holstered handguns may be worn during Practical Shooting sessions, but only in unloaded condition. It must be maintained as such until the command, " load and make ready ", has been given by the Range Officer.
C.
No handguns will be handled or adjusted behind the firing line, except in a prescribed place as approved by the Range Officer. Use areas marked SAFETY AREA for fixing your firearms.
D.
You may load your magazines on the IPSC stages or anywhere except a Safety Area. NO AMMUNITION is allowed in any safety area. (12.04 MDQ)
E.
Shooters on the firing line must always ensure that the muzzle of their firearms points safely down the range.
F.
In cases of malfunctions, the shooter must not interfere with the breach or safety catch of the gun. He/she then must draw the attention of the Range Officer for assistance.
7) Licence Requirement
 
A. NO UNLICENCED FIREARM WILL BE USED ON THE RANGE.
B.
It is prohibited to use Firearms other than those with "A" purpose licence on the range without permission from the Club. Any member with Security "B" firearm, upon arrival, must notify the Chief Range Officer of the presence of the gun at the Club. Corresponding firearm licence must be produced when asked for verification.
C.
New Members with a “B” licence will automatically be given an endorsement for an “A” to allow them to use their firearm at the Club.
D.
Members, for personal reasons, wishes to load their "B" security firearms before leaving the range shall be allowed to do so only at the approval of the Chief Range Officer.
Any Member found in violation of the above rules shall be subject to the Committee's disciplinary action.
8) New Members
 
A.
Applications for new memberships have to be accompanied by a Police Clearance, 2 ID photos and membership payment.
B.
All New Members shall undergo a basic course on firearms handling and safety training.
C.
New Members are required an initial scoring attendance of 10 weeks which will be recorded in the Training Database & Card as proof that the New Member has completed and understood the Club's firearm handling and safety training Programme conducted by the Club’s approved Range Officer.
D.
The new member's Training record will be assessed by the Committee from time to time and at the completion of the training Programme to ascertain the new Member's competence to safely participate in Club competitions.
E.
If the new Member fails to meet safety requirement relevant to Club events, he/she shall undertake further training conducted by approved Range officers until such time as to comply with Club expectations.
F.
Once the new Member successfully completes the qualifying period, he/she may then apply for a Club endorsement to purchase a firearm for the discipline he/she has chosen. This obligation to qualify to club standards shall not be overwritten by any EXTERNAL shooting organizations, rules or policies. Club expectations remain omnipotent.
9) Renewal of Memberships
 
Membership period is from the 1st of January to 31st of December. It is the responsibility of the member to make sure that their membership does not lapse. Firearms Headquarters is notified of the Club’s membership status annually. Non-financial members are automatically disqualified from holding a firearm licence for Club use “A” or any firearm primarily for club use.
10) Attendance of Members
 
All financial Members with “A” Purpose firearms are obliged to maintain a minimum attendance within the year to retain their firearm licence in compliance with the Firearms Act.. Purpose “A” Firearm licences are issued by the Registrar of Firearms exclusively to financial members of the Club on the condition that the member, over a period of 12 months, participates in 75% of competitions and activities held by the Club. Non compliance of the attendance requirement without any valid notification to the Club Committee will automatically disqualify the member from holding a firearm licence. All applications for “A” Purpose Licence must be accompanied with a Club Firearm Licence Endorsement.
11) Renewal of Licences
 
The Committee expects Members to be responsible in making sure their Firearm licences are renewed on time. The following points are outlined for your information and guidance.
 
A.
The Committee meets one Saturday of each month, excluding December and January. Dates of the meeting are in the Club Calendar, which is posted to all members. It is the Member's responsibility to submit his/her licence endorsement application form through the Secretary at least a week before each scheduled meeting for approval. Processing can take up to a month so please submit your endorsement application on time.
B.
Once the Club endorsement is issued, the Member may then proceed to Department of Finance Cashier and secure a receipt for a firearm licence renewal.
C.
Your receipt has to be submitted to the Police Headquarters, Konedobu with the following documents for processing;
 
1. Dully accomplished Licence Application Form (Form 2).
2. Copy of previous licence and original licence for inspection, if needed.
3. Copy of passport with visa and work permit (where applicable).
4. Original Club endorsement from the Committee as approved.
D. Follow-up your submission one week from the date of application.
12) Miscellaneous Items
 
A. Consumption or use of liquor before and whilst shooting is strictly prohibited.
B.
Members and visitors must sign the attendance register upon arrival on the range. Visitors with or without shooting experience may NOT use the Club facilities without prior approval from the Committee of Management and or, the Duty Range Officer.
C.
Members are requested to help in keeping our Shooting Range clean . Rubbish Drums are located all around the range, please make use of these rubbish bins.
D.
The centralised receiving point for all Club forms for processing is located inside the Clubhouse ( metal box on the wall). This box will be cleared weekly and will be allocated for all members to use for their endorsement applications, score sheets, written complaints and queries. This will also prevent forms from being misplaced, which could delay processing of member’s letters. Alternatively, you may fax your forms direct to the Executive Committee.
   
 
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