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You must read and adhere to the Range Safety Rules at all times. Specific range rules are also posted near their respective range entrances.

All ranges are closed during any range clean-up event and some ranges are closed or have restricted use during sanctioned events. Be sure to check the calendar for more information regarding range closures and other Club activities.

A membership badge (and any of your guests' badges) must be visible at all times while on Club property. If you are a member, and forgot your badge, you must stop at the kiosk, complete a waiver, and then visibly wear a yellow guest badge. The only exception is the children listed on a household membership application who are with a badged member. Member use of a guest badge does not count towards the the number of guests that they are allowed per membership year.

(Pictures on this site are courtesy of Club members and Ben Price, AdSortium Media.)

Guest Policy

With the exception of public events, guests must be accompanied by a member at all times. Members and guests MUST be wearing a visible badge or guest badge at all times.

Guest waiver stations (kiosks) are located at the entrance to the Rifle Range and at the entrance to the lower ranges near the Archery Range. These kiosks contain blank waivers and badges, pens, mail slot for completed waivers, range safety rules and other important information. There are no electronic waivers only paper waivers located at the kiosks. The Board is very serious about the sign that says "Badges Required Beyond This Point." 

A Household membership is authorized to bring a total of twelve (12) guests per year with no more than two (2) guests per visit, per badged Regular or Associate member. Regular and Associate members must accompany their guests at all times while on Club property. If only one Regular or Associate member with a badge are present, then only two (2) guests can be brought at one time.  If both the Regular and Associate members with badges are present, then four (4) guests can be brought at one time. The Regular or Associate member is responsible for ensuring that guest waivers are completed, range safety rules are followed, and guest badges are worn. Guest badges are non-transferrable and good only for one day. Subsequent visits require a new waiver and badge. Failure to follow the guest policy constitutes a serious safety violation which may result in suspension or expulsion.

Range Flags

Remember to raise the range flag when the range is in use and lower the range flag when the range is not in use. Raise the range flag when the range is in use and lower the range flag when the range is not in use. Range flags DO NOT not indicate whether or not the range is HOT or COLD.

Here are the steps for raising the flag:  

  1. Undo the black/blue bungee cord.
  2. Let the flag flow naturally.
  3. Undo the halyard (rope) around the cleat. Do not untie the halyard (rope) as it will run up and off the pulley.
  4. Raise the flag to the top of the pole by pulling on the halyard (rope).
  5. Wrap the excess halyard (rope) around the cleat.
  6. If you are the last person to use the range, lower the flag and attach the black/blue bungee cord.

Range Cleanups

Range cleanups are held on the first Saturday of the month from 10am - noon except for holiday weekends such as July 4th and Labor Day. In those cases, the range cleanup is moved to the second Saturday of the month. Please visit the calendar for more information. Questions about range cleanups should be sent to rangemaster@ncrgc.org. All ranges are closed during range cleanups for obvious reasons. Per Board policy, ranges can be closed 2 hours before a cleanup and 1 hour after for setup and tear down. Per the Range Safety Rules, members must participate in at least one range cleanup each year. The range cleanup fee for those that do not participate in a range cleanup is $125. The range cleanup fee must be paid in July along with your membership renewal fee or you will forfeit your membership. Per Board policy, the June range cleanup is the last time that members receive credit for the current membership year. July range cleanup credit is credited to next year's cleanup commitment.

IRS Designation

The Club is a 501(c)(7) company organized for pleasure, recreation, and other nonprofitable purposes, substantially all the activities of which are for such purposes and no part of the net earnings of which inures to the benefit of any member.

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