Member Rules of the Range
4 Safety Rules
Must be followed at ALL times
  • Treat all guns as if they are loaded.
  • Know your target and what is beyond. 
  • Never point your gun at anything you aren't willing to destroy/kill/mutilate (including yourself).
  • Keep your finger off the trigger until the target is clearly in your sights and you have made a conscious decision to shoot. 
Range Hours are from 9am-9pm 7 days per week/365 days per year except the rifle range which closes 30 minutes prior to sunset.  Unlimited range use for members.

Access System
You will receive an email right away to schedule a time to pick up your key fob so that you can access our gate.
EVERYONE is a Range Safety Officer.  If you see someone being unsafe, let them know and contact management ASAP.
Hygiene & Etiquette
No eating, smoking, or chewing tobacco on the range.  There is a smoking receptacle on the porch of the classroom. 

​​​​​​​DO NOT arrive under the influence of alcohol or drugs or consume them on the property.

Be respectful of all members and students at all times. 

​​​​​​​Do not take videos or pictures  of other members.
You may spray paint the steel but please use appropriate paint.

Paper target stands are provided, however, paper targets are not.  Bring your own paper targets as well as either a staple gun or adhesive spray.

No vehicles permitted on the rifle range or pistol pits.  If we are available to help you down with the Mule, we will be happy to assist you.
NO tracer rounds, armor piercing rounds and no steel core ammo permitted.  Rounds larger than .308 caliber NOT permitted for steel targets.
As a member, you receive a 25% discount on any in-house Impact classes and private training.
Eye and Ear Protection
Eye and Ear Protection is mandatory at all times in the pistol areas and the rifle range.
Guest Policy
There is a strict NO GUEST POLICY on our range.  You MUST be a member to use the range.  However, our courses and private instruction are open to the public.
Clean Up
Members must clean up after themselves.  Trash receptacles are provided on the ranges.  
Shotgun Use
For shotgun shooting, use the Rifle Range only.  There are paper target stands in place.  Paper plates and index cards make for great targets.  Don't forget to bring a staple gun or adhesive spray.  Do not shoot steel any closer than 50 yards with a shotgun (EXCLUDES any rifle other than shotgun). 
Steel must be shot NO CLOSER than the benches/tables of Bay 1 (right side of firing line).
Range Hot/Cold Flags

Place red flag in cone when the range is HOT.

Place green flag in cone when range is cold or inactive or a cease fire has been called.

When anyone calls cease fire/cold/inactive range and green flag is in place, all shooters are to make their firearms SAFE, remove magazine, open action/bolt and not handle firearms until red flag is placed in the cone signifying the range is HOT.

Transporting Rifle
Keep rifle slung or in a case when walking to and from rifle range.
Moving and Shooting
Moving and transitioning from rifle to pistol is permitted in Bay 1 - only at the stationary paper targets that are placed at the backstop. (This is NOT allowed in Bay 2) This is only permitted if you are using the range alone.  If another member enters to shoot, you must work together and shoot from the firing line.
Pistols on Rifle Range
Pistols on the rifle range are permitted but do not shoot steel with a pistol any closer than 10 yards.
DO NOT proceed down the switchback road.
Enter rifle range by using the path labeled above.
Enter down the path shown above.  Do not climb over wall.  Enter between wall and shelter.
Members can shoot from the shelter if alone on the range.
Bay 1 and Bay 2 are separated by cones
Bay 1 shooters must only shoot at corresponding berm (white backers and steel)
Bay 2 shooters must only shoot at corresponding berm (black backers)
Bay 1
Bay 2
Bay 2 - only shoot at the two corresponding targets directly in front of the table you are shooting from (indicated by cones).
Bay 2- only shoot at the two corresponding targets directly in front of the table you are shooting from (indicated by cones).
Bay 2- only shoot at the two corresponding targets directly in front of the table you are shooting from (indicated by cones).
Members can shoot from the firing line only in Bay 2 (even if you are using the range alone).
Pistols Only
No long guns permitted for use on pistol pits.  Pistol Caliber Carbines are allowed on the pistol ranges and can be shot at steel 10 yards or further.  Please notify management during check-in that you will be using a PCC during your range session.
Stay 10 yards away from steel while firing with a pistol.  This if for YOUR safety and the safety of the other members.
Holster Use
Impact Shooting Center is a HOT range.  This means that you may have your gun loaded at any time but must remain HOLSTERED until you are on the firing line.  Soft-sided holsters not recommended.

Non-Holstered Pistols
If you are shooting a gun without a holster, gun must be unloaded with the action open when moving to and from the firing line.  Gun should only be loaded and unloaded at the firing line with the muzzle pointed in a safe direction.
.22 Rifles
Children (under 18) ARE permitted to use .22 caliber rifles on the pistol pits.
If these rules are not followed, your membership could be revoked.  

If you have any questions at all, please email us or call us at 513-579-1405.

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6111 Morgan Rd.
Cleves, OH 45002
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