As the drought continues the conditions at the outdoor ranges have become more critical.
We need to be even more aware of the need to be extra careful on club property.
Make sure to put out your cigarettes. Since all the bays have bark mulch in them it is probably a good idea to not smoke if you are in one of the bays. (common sense maybe)
The club has a no incendiary devices policy. (see the KTSA Range Rules) That means no exploding targets, no smoke bombs, no flash bangs, no tracer ammunition and at this time no open fires.
Be extra careful please. If you have any doubt about what you are doing, don’t do it.
We do not want to close the range to everyone, but if it becomes necessary we will.
KTSA Range Warden
Just a reminder notice for all KTSA club members:
The second Monday of every month the long range and all the bays will be closed from noon till dusk.
This allows the practice time for those people that wish to use the 900 yard range. ALL Club members welcome!
The LONG RANGE will be in use Tuesday June 27th, 2017 for the B.C. Conservation Officers training day.
There will be no member access to the long range that day.
Sorry for the Short Notice!!