Rules & Regulations
The 3 rules of gun safety start with you:
ALWAYS keep the gun pointed down range. This is the primary rule of gun safety.
ALWAYS keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.
ALWAYS keep the gun unloaded until ready to use.
ALL firearms MUST remain in the shooting stall at all times.
All loading and unloading must be done in the shooting stall.
Firearms may not be handled outside of the shooting stall. Ever.
NO Rapid firing or “bump-firing”.
NO Drawing from holsters/concealment.
Shooters can only shoot one firearm at a time (no “duel-wielding”)
Center-fire Rifle Ammunition for use on the range must be purchased in-store, the day you come to shoot. NO Exceptions.
Firearms and ammunition are subject to inspection by Metro Shooting Supplies staff. Steel core, steel jacketed, tracer, lead-only projectiles (except for rim-fires), armor-piercing and incendiary rounds are strictly prohibited.
No steel-cased ammunition (even if the jacket is not bi-metal) may be used on the range. Additionally, Herter’s, Wolf, Tulammo, Privi Partizan (PPU), Monarch, or Freedom Munitions may not be used on the range regardless of casing/jacket material.
There is a $6 charge for any damage to the target holder (even if it is “on accident”)
rental firearms must use ammunition bought in store, the day the gun is rented
ALL center-fire rifle ammunition for use on the range must be purchased in store, the day you come to shoot
All shooters must have a valid driver license or state ID, Illinois residents must have a valid FOID.
Shooters must be 21 years old to shoot a handgun, 18 years old to shoot a rifle or shotgun or share a lane with someone who is 21 years old or older.
NO AK or AR style pistols or other pistols chambered in a center-fire rifle caliber.
Shotguns are restricted to the use of slugs only