Rimfire Range 7, small-bore .22 caliber range
Designated Small bore .22 caliber range. Follow all rules as posted on this range.
No centerfire pistols or rifles are permitted to be used on this range. This range uses a BLUE light to be turned ON when calling a COLD range. Turn BLUE lights off when the range is called hot.
Steel targets (for .22 use only) are available from the RSO on duty. These steel targets must be placed at the bottom of the berm with the wood backing board removed. Members must return steel targets to RSO when finished AND replace the backing board.
The information provided here is a partial list of the rules, regulations, and safety requirements involved with shooting at any range at the Eustis Gun Club. Every member should refer to the Eustis Gun Club Range Rulebook for complete guidance. If you have any questions, check with the Range Safety Officer (RSO) before any activity.
Range 7 has 12 shooting positions (tables and chairs) under a covered area. We suggest you create a checklist of items to bring with you, including:
Bug Repellant (summer months)
Your checklist should be more extensive, but those are a few top items.
What is a rimfire rifle range?
A rimfire rifle range is a type of outdoor shooting range that is specifically designed for the use of rimfire rifles. Rimfire rifles are firearms that use a rimfire cartridge, which is a type of ammunition that has the primer compound located in the rim of the cartridge case, rather than in the center as in centerfire cartridges. Rimfire cartridges are typically smaller and less powerful than centerfire cartridges, and are commonly used in rifles and handguns for target shooting, plinking, and small game hunting. Rimfire rifle ranges may have targets set at various distances and may be used for target shooting, informal competitions, and training. They may also have facilities and amenities like shooting benches and shelters.