• All guns must be in proof and good order.
    • Do not use a doubtful or possibly faulty gun.
    • All guns are to be kept in sleeves at all times, until on the stand.
    • Only carry the correct cartridges for the gauge and chamber of the gun you are using.
    • Never ever mix your cartridge¬†gauges.
    • Check the barrels are free from obstruction before every loading.
    • Blow through or check for light.
    • Keep barrels pointing down the range at all times when loaded.
    • No turning around in the stand.
    • Open and empty gun immediately after firing.
    • Only point and shoot at targets thrown for you on your command, no other objects, live or inanimate.
    • Keep gun closed for twenty seconds, barrels down the range after a misfire.
    • Check barrels are clear after a soft or unusual discharge.
    • Alcohol and drugs do not mix with guns.
    • Glasses and hearing protection are mandatory a hat is a good idea, clays can be sharp
    • You, and only you are responsible for the safe handling of your gun.
    • You, are responsible for the behaviour and safety of your guests & family if they accompany you.