Please reach out to us if you cannot find an answer to your question.
While we love to have new members, field questions and offer advice or help out as needed, all our executive and range directors are volunteer. We would appreciate you take some time to look over the FAQs before you contact an executive or range director.
If you cannot find the answer you are looking for then please, do contact the person responsible and/or come to an event and talk to the persons face to face.
We like seeing new faces, beats looking at the same gumps over and over.
We are a private nonprofit society with membership requirements, to be able to use our range. We are NOT public and NOT open for public usage.
Visit our membership page for detail.
Mostly yes, but there are a few restrictions.
You can generally shoot from dawn to dusk. Having said that there are times when members are not allowed to use the range. When the local fire hazard is extreme or booked events. Always check the notices if in doubt.
You cannot shoot certain ammunitions, nor shoot any of our steel targets with certain ammunition. It is ON YOU to know what calibre you are allowed to shoot at our steel targets and not damage or destroy them.
If you damage club property, you WILL have to pay the costs to replace or repair any damages. Willfully damaging ANY property and steel targets will result in YOU paying to replace the targets and loss of membership.
Calibres larger than 44 mag are NOT allowed to shoot ANY steel targets on the pistol range. NO rifles with calibres larger than .22 are allowed on the pistol range. No pistols using rifle calibres are allowed on the pistol range. Calibres larger than 338 lapua are not allowed to shoot any of our targets anywhere on the OWF range.
Armour piercing or steel core, tracer and explosive rounds are all prohibited ANYWHERE on our range. Tannerite targets must get approval before allowed on our range. No exceptions given. If in doubt ask a director or executive member.
Yes and no.
You can bring your own paper targets and use our hangers as much as you like. Steel targets must be approved and set at their safe distancing requirements. Some targets, paper, may be purchased from the caretaker onsite and may not always be available.
Tannerite targets must have approval before being allowed.
You CANNOT shoot glass targets or targets that leave shiny fragments that can cause fires. Shooting old electronics like TV, computers, printers etc is NOT allowed. Tannerite targets MUST have approval from the executive before using.
Damaging club property will result in YOU, replacing or repairing the damage, at executives discretion.
ALL targets you bring in MUST be taken out and OFF the range when finished. Exceptions are clay pigeon fragments.
No OWF does not own firearms nor sell ammunition.
Generally the range officer is the first person to arrive and shoot. Otherwise it may be established by agreement, who the acting range officer will be.
Range officers are responsible for range safety and all guests and members shooting, or not, must obey the designated range officer.
Contact the president or vice president and request a copy.
And you'll be tested on it later as well, spelling counts.
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