Bill's wants your experience to be fun while safely enjoying the range. We have created a safety video for visual reference as well as a complete list of range rules at the bottom of the page. Please take a moment to review these rules before using the range. In order to rent a firearm the customer must have with them a current permit to acquire, a permit to carry, one of their own firearms, or be in a party of 2 or more people. (Not applicable at our Wisconsin locations.) Shooters must be 10 or older to use the range. Shooters between the age of 10 and 17 must be accompanied by a parent, or have a Youth Permission Slip filled out by their parent or guardian and be accompanied by an adult.
Download and fill out our RANGE WAIVER FORM before you visit
The following ammunition is NOT allowed to be used on the range:
- Any accelerator
- .17 Remington
- .220 Swift
- .222 Remington 40gr or less
- .22–250 Remington
- .243 Win 96gr or less
- Any other ammunition that has a muzzle velocity of 3300+ feet per second
- Armor piercing, incendiary, steel core, tracers, explosive and steel-jacketed are NOT allowed!
- Steel shotgun rounds are NOT allowed!
- Exploding targets are NOT allowed!
- No aluminium cased ammunition. The range officer makes the FINAL DECISION on ammunition unsuitable for indoor range use.
- Always keep the muzzle pointed in a safe direction down range.
- No loading firearms on shelves. All muzzles must be pointing down range at all times!
- Keep your finger off the trigger and out side of the trigger guard until ready to fire.
- Keep the action open and the firearm unloaded until ready to fire.
- The action is to be opened immediately when the firearm is removed from a case.
- The action must stay open until ready to fire.
- Eye and ear protection must be on before entering the range.
- The range officer has authority at all times.
- The range officer reserves the right to remove you from the range at any time for any reason.
- Range officer must approve all ammunition.
- Steel, tracer, incendiary, gas, or explosive ammunition is NOT permitted.
- Any ammunition the range officer decides is unsuitable for indoor range use is NOT permitted on the range.
- Know how the firearm operates.
- Be sure the firearm and ammunition are compatible.
- Range officer reserves the right to prohibit the use of any firearm that may be unsafe.
- No children less than ten years of age allowed on range.
- An adult must accompany people under 18 years of age.
- The adult shooting with the minor must have written and signed permission from the parent or guardian.
- Range officer has final word on whether or not any person can shoot on the range.
- No pregnant women allowed on range.
- No food or beverages on the range.
- No smoking on the range.
- No firearms with a muzzle velocity of 3300 feet per second or greater are allowed on range.
- No one under the influence of drugs or alcohol is permitted on the range.
- Persons suspected of or having the appearance of any chemical influence will be removed from the range.
- Black powder & muzzle loading firearms are not permitted.
- Fully automatic firearms are permitted at the discretion of the Range officer.
- Proper paperwork on the firearm is required.
- A maximum of three people are allowed per point.
- Only one person at a time may be firing. Only persons who have signed a waiver are allowed in the range.
- Targets must be placed at least 15 feet down range from the shooting point.
- In the event of a cease fire or if the horn sounds, immediately clear your firearm and step back from the line.
- Do not touch your firearm until further instruction.
- Do not leave a loaded firearm unattended. Do not place a firearm on the bench with out unloading it first.
- Do not hand a loaded firearm to another person. Do not change points with a loaded firearm.
- No drawing from holster, hip shoot ing, or snap shooting is allowed unless range officer has given approval.
- Equipment left unattended is at your own risk. The range is not responsible for any lost or stolen items.
- Do not remove a jammed/malfunctioning firearm from the point.
- If a firearm is malfunctioning lay it down on the bench with the muzzle pointed down range and ask for help.
- Any damage to the range will be the liability of the customer.
- When finished unload and case your firearm.
- If you are using a rental gun make sure the gun is unloaded and the action is open.
- Carry the firearm back to the range officer in the case provided.
- You must use ammunition purchased from Bill’s Gun Shop & Range in our rental firearms.
- Pick up only your own brass that is behind the firing line. Do not pick up brass in front of the firing line.
- Do not reach over firing line.
- Do not disturb other shooters while picking up your brass.
- Do not pick up brass from another shooters point while they are shooting even if it is your brass.