|Due to Coronavirus social distancing requirements: All group activities are postponed until further notice, including: Trap Leagues, Action Pistol and High Powered Rifle. Monthly meetings are also cancelled until further notice.
Any questions, contact President John Stockschlaeder after 4:00pm at 585-409-1892
|Rifle Range and Trap Houses||Pistol Range|
The following are the Standard Range Rules of all Ranges at the Attica Rod & Gun Club. Exceptions to these may be made for certain Club events.··Please read and follow them, as safety is everyone’s job.
All federal, State and Local Laws will be followed-at all times. No exceptions. Any Violation of Range Rules will be cause for a hearing before the RSO· Committee, who will bring their findings before the members at the next Club meeting, and may result in suspension of membership or expulsion from the Club.
Shooting while under the influence of alcohol or drugs is a serious violation, and if verified will result in expulsion from Club
Aiming a nocked arrow or firearm (loaded or not, including air guns) at another person is a serious violation and could result in expulsion from the Club.
Absolutely no firing of any firearm shall take place, on any Range, if a vehicle is parked on Club grounds, unless the owner of said vehide can be located. Because Club grounds can be used for hunting, it must be assumed that someone is down range if they cannot be located. Members who are going into the woods shall place a note on their vehicle stating so and raise the orange flag on the pole. (But if no note is present on a vehicle it mµst be assumed that a person or persons are down range and no firing will take place on the Ranges.)
Members who allow their guests to shoot shall remain with said guests and supervise them at all times. Members are personally responsible for everything their guests do, or fail to do.
Eye and hearing protection is recommended to be used on all ranges when firing is in progress.
Firearms will be used only on their designated Ranges (see specific Ranges rules).
When several members are firing on the same Range, one should act as Range Officer to ensure all safety rules are observed.
When firing is taking place on Rifle Range there is no firing on Pistol Range which is considered closed. The same applies when firing is taking place on Pistol Range – there is no firing on the Rifle Range which is considered closed.
Club Grounds are available on a first come, first serve basis. Please be courteous to other members.