The following restrictions MUST be adhered to if we wish to remain open:
- The 4 square metres personal space must be adhered to by everybody. That means 1.5 metres distance between you and the next member.
- Ranges #1 and #2 (25 metre ranges) will have a maximum of 5 shooters and one Range Officer per range. Only every second bay can be used.
- The 50m range may be used on the left hand side for the Classic 48 service match.
- The Air shed will be available for a maximum of 3 shooters plus a Range Officer. Bays 1, 5 and 13 will only be used.
- A maximum of 10 people can be within the Club House at any time.
- The sign-in book will be available at the base of the steps to the club house main entry.
- Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the premises.
- Current P650 Trainees will be allowed to shoot but unfortunately we can’t allow visitors or new P650 applicants as yet.
A couple of other points to mention:
- We are aiming to hold the events as they are slated on the web site calendar. We will need a Range Officer for each of the events.
- We may have to change the events on the day depending upon numbers.
- If you wish to take part in either of the slated matches (11:00 or 13:00) you MUST be at the range and signed in 15 minutes before the start of the detail. No late-comers will be allowed.
- If members would like to do load-testing, sighting or generally just practice and a range is free, you will have to organise for a second member to be the Range Officer.
- We only have a handful of people that do the Range Officer duties. While this is a certified course, we do have “R/O Cheat sheets” and the regular R/Os will be more than willing to help people to step up and have a go. Remember, acting as an RO for a match actually counts as a sanctioned shoot for the caliber of firearm being used in the match. It doesn’t count for one of your 6 comp shoots for the year but it does count for any shoots after that.