Lafayette Gun Club's 100 Yard Outdoor Range

50/100 Yards Outdoor Firing Ranges

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Outdoor firing range is completely covered. The 25 yard/50 yard and 100 yard Outdoor Ranges are operated by a volunteer committee and Range Safety Officers (RSOs). Guests must be properly signed in and physically accompanied and supervised by an LGC member. The firing points on these ranges are completely covered and on a concrete slab extending the full length of the common 50 and 100 yard firing lines and outfitted with concrete shooting benches. Portable target frames and fixed target holders allow shooting at 25, 50, and 100 yards.Outdoor firing range requires a qualified range officer on duty whenever firing occurs

Hours of Operation

Shooting is available only during daylight hours. Monday - Friday 10:00 a.m. to Dusk, Saturday 8:00 a.m. - Dusk, Sunday 12:00 noon - Dusk. A qualified Range Safety Officer (RSO) must be on duty whenever firing occurs on all outdoor ranges, in accordance with York County ordinance. A red flag flying on the flagpole by the RSO shack indicates an RSO is present and the rifle ranges are in operation. The flag does not indicate whether the ranges are hot or cold. The RSO has absolute authority to enforce range rules. His/her interpretations are binding on all shooters and onlookers.

Outdoor Range Committee

The LGC Board of Directors has chartered the Outdoor Range Committee to operate the Outdoor Ranges. The committee manages the operation of the range, reports range maintenance requirements, and provides RSO training. The Outdoor Range Committee reports monthly to the LGC Board of Directors a summary of operations and usage.