Range Rules

  • All firearms must remain unloaded in a closed container or holstered when entering or exiting the premises.
  • No handling of personal firearms in retail area. Load and handle firearms only at the shooting lane.
  • Always keep the muzzle pointed downrange. Keep finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.
  • MAX three persons per shooting lane only. Only one person may shoot at a time. Non-shooters must stand (3) three feet behind the shooter always.
  • When leaving the range area for any reason, UNLOAD your firearm at the shooting position and case it. A firearm on the shooting bench should be unloaded, muzzle downrange and with the action open.
  • If a malfunction occurs, leave your firearm pointed downrange and contact range personnel for assistance. Leave all misfired or dud ammunition on the range for disposal.
  • The call “CEASE FIRE” means STOP SHOOTING IMMEDIATELY and back away from the shooting line.
  • Ear and eye protection must always be worn in the range area.
  • Persons under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be refused service and asked to vacate the premise.
  • Any actions that are deemed unsafe by On Target Shooting Sports staff will not be tolerated and will result in loss of shooting privileges. We reserve the right to refuse entry to anyone, for any reason, at any time.
On Target Shooting Sports Murfreesboro Location allows approved outside Shotgun or Rifle Ammunition. Any ammunition which we believe poses a hazard to our facility or patrons will not be allowed on the range.

Exposure to lead is a natural byproduct of shooting firearms. On Target Shooting Sports regularly maintains the air filtration system in our range, but that doesn’t mean you will not be exposed to lead while shooting.

Therefore, anyone who is pregnant or believes they could be pregnant, should NOT enter the shooting range.

If you’re pregnant, lead poisoning can put you at risk for miscarriage. It can damage your unborn child’s brain, kidneys, and nervous system. It could also cause learning or behavior problems.

At very high levels, lead poisoning can be fatal.

WebMD Medical Reference Reviewed by Carol DerSarkissian on January 11, 2017

Please consult your physician before shooting in ours or any shooting range.