ARCHERY RANGE POLICY, SAFETY & ETIQUETTE
Before Each Visit
Make sure to reserve a spot before coming to practice; otherwise, you may be turned away.
If you are planning to stay for 2 hours, please make sure you book for 2 hours
Please arrive and finish on time.
During Your Visit
Range locations & glass separator positions
Range 1 is the 20 yards range
Range 2 is the 10 yards range
Each glass separators are to be lined up with the arrows marked on the floor.
Equipment set up & removal
There are set-up tables for you to set up your equipment.
Please do not leave your bags & belongings on these tables after setting up
There are hooks and benches on each glass separators for you to leave your belongings and bags
Please return all the borrowed tools back to the appropriate spots on the archery table
All used equipment rental is to be returned at the used archery equipment shelf for cleaning
Targets and target faces
Used targets are free to use.
They are located at the used target drop-off shelves
New target faces are priced as follows
- Single 40 cm target: 10 for 5$
- Vegas 3-spot: 10 for 5$
- Vertical 3-spot: 3 for 2$
Be prepared to share targets with other shooters/members.
Each Warthog can accommodate up to 2 shooters.
All members and participants have the responsibility to keep the archery range clean & tidy.
Please remove your target face(s) from the target. Drop off the used target faces at the “used targets” shelves.
Archery Range Rules
Before you can push the target further back, It is required that your average arrow grouping is within the 40 cm targets at a closer distance. For the ones renting our equipment, the maximum distance allowed is of 12 meters.
All archers must call “CLEAR” before shooting can begin.
The last shooter on the line shall call “CLEAR” when they have completed shooting.
No one shall approach the targets until all shooting has been completed and the range has been declared “CLEAR” to retrieve arrows.
The last person to return from retrieving arrows shall confirm that there is nobody down range and call the line “CLEAR” to commence shooting.
If you drop an arrow and you cannot reach it, wait until the range is called “CLEAR” to retrieve that arrow.
When you have finished your shooting end, step away from the shooting line and stand behind the waiting line to indicate that you have completed shooting.
No archer may draw his bow with an arrow, except while standing on the shooting line when the line is clear for shooting.
No Archer may draw back the string of his bow using any technique which could allow an arrow to hit the ceiling, the walls, or the floor.
No broad head arrows allowed on the club targets. If you want to test your broadheads, you are required to bring your own personal target. Crossbows are prohibited.
Pay attention and cooperate with range masters and instructors carrying out their duties.
Archery Range Etiquette
Archers should be mindful and respectful to shoot no more than the amount of arrows that does not affect (or hold up) the shooting line.
Step back from the shooting line to give the other archers a chance to complete their ends.
Keep talking on the shooting line to a minimum to avoid distracting other shooters.
Do not comment on someone else’s shooting during an end.
Have an encouraging remark to pass, rather than a sarcastic one.
Do not make unkind remarks about your own shooting as this may upset or distract someone.
Never touch equipment belonging to someone else without the owner’s expressed consent.
Respect the other arrows in the target while removing your own arrows.
Leave the other archers’ arrows in the target unless asked to remove them.
If you lose an arrow point in the target butt, please inform a range master to remove the arrow point to prevent damage to other members’ arrows.