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Clarification of Handgun Treatment

posted Dec 22, 2017, 1:19 PM by Kaukauna Sportsmen's Club   [ updated Apr 8, 2018, 9:22 AM ]
In the interest of keeping everyone out of harms way, we are enforcing more strictly a Kaukauna Sportsmen's Club (KSC) policy that has been in effect since 2011. The policy relates to the treatment of handguns being used at the range. Concealed carry firearms that remain concealed and unused at the range may continue to be carried concealed throughout your visit to the range. Openly carried firearms, typically in an external holster, that remain holstered and unused at the range may continue to be carried holstered throughout your visit to the range. Once a firearm is used at the range, all of the range rules apply to that firearm. In particular, firearm actions must be open, magazines out and the firearm placed face up on the bench during cease fires. Alternatively, the firearm may be placed in a case that completely encloses the firearm. Holsters are NOT considered to be cases. These rules are quite explicitly written out in both the RANGE RULES signs and the LIGHT SYSTEM explanation signs at the range. Holstering and unholstering firearms (draw & fire drills) is not permitted unless the exercise is part of official law enforcement training conducted during non-public range days. The RSO on duty has the final say as to what is and what is not permitted. Arguing with the RSO or conducting oneself in a disruptive manner will earn you an expulsion from the range. Remember, the whole reason behind these policies and practices is to maintain the highest level of safety and enjoyment for everyone who visits KSC. Stay SAFE my friends.
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