Lafayette Gun Club's Indoor Range

50 Foot Indoor Firing Range

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Indoor range includes 10 firing positions, motor-driven target carriers, complete projectile and residue containment, variable lighting, radiant strip heating and state-of-the-art Detroit Armor backstop The 50 foot Indoor Range has 10 firing positions, motor-driven target carriers, complete projectile and residue containment, variable lighting, radiant strip heating, and a state-of-the-art backstop. Firing positions are separated by lane dividers at the firing line. Sound absorbing materials are liberally used to minimize noise to the shooters, the clubhouse proper, and the surrounding area. In September 2012, a new backstop, target carriers, and firing stations will be installed. The configuration will be increased from 10 points to 12 points.
50 foot indoor firing range.

Hours of Operation

This range is open 24 hours per day/7 days per week, except for reserved maintenance, competitions, and Board of Directors meetings. See the event calendar or the detailed schedule in your quarterly bulletin for scheduled closures. The Indoor Range does not have designated Range Safety Officers (RSOs). However, RSOs from the Outdoor Range frequently monitor the Indoor Range for standard safe gun handling. The RSO has absolute authority to enforce range rules. His/her interpretations are binding on all shooters and onlookers. All club members are expected to enforce safety in the Indoor Range. Guests must be properly signed in and physically accompanied and supervised by an LGC member.