Within the past week clay targets were found 2-3 feet below the top of the 600-yard berm. This is a violation of Club Rules and may result in bullets passing above the top of the berm.
Following are the Rules with examples of what is acceptable and unacceptable on the 200, 400 and 600-yard ranges:
3- 3 CONDUCT
E. Do not climb on, or over, any berm, fence, or gate.
F. Do not dig into or remove lead from the berms.
C. TARGETS - MISCELLANEOUS
1. Non-Traditional targets are allowed to be used on some individual ranges. Examples of such targets include, but are not limited to, phone books, cans, balloons, bowling pins, clay pigeons, chalk bags or any other breakable items.
2. These targets must be held by a non-metallic holder or placed directly on the berm, no higher up than 6 feet.
Note: Clay target debris may be left on the berm
F. AUTHORIZED TARGETS - (200-YD)
1. Paper targets, mounted on BASC approved target frames
2. Clay pigeons or chalk targets, placed no higher than six (6) feet up the berm.
D. AUTHORIZED TARGETS - LRF (400-600 yard)
1. There is a permanent target fence in front of the berm on each range at the LRF.
2. Shooters may attach their targets directly to this fence or attach them to a backer board that can then be attached to the fence.
10. Clay and chalk targets are authorized with the following restrictions:
a. They must be placed directly on the 400 or 600-yard berms, behind the steel targets.
b. They must not be placed any higher than 6 feet up on the berm.
Remember, Rule violations are taken seriously, violation could lead to temporary or permanent suspension of club usage.
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Board of Directors