Open Range Rifle FAQ

Open Range Rifle FAQ

What are the hours of Open Range for Rifles?

Open range for rifles is from 7:00 to 9:00 each Wednesday. The Postal League meets Tuesdays during the season from September thru March. Consult the calendar for specific times.


Will someone be at the range to assist me?

Yes. A NRA Certified Range Safety Officer will be on duty whenever the range is open.


What is the cost for shooting?

The cost is $3.00 for members and juniors, $10.00 for the guest of a member (one time only), $20.00 for members of the public. An annual 2021 membership is $60.00.


Can I sight in my hunting rifle?

No. We have an indoor range only.


What calibers can I shoot?

.22 caliber rimfire only.


Are .17 caliber rifles allowed?

No. The velocity is too high for our backstop.


What distances can I shoot at?

The distance is 50 feet.


What are the ages for a Junior?

Through their 20th year.


Do I need to bring my own targets?

We supply the targets at no charge.


How long can I stay and shoot?

You may stay until the range officer on duty announces the range is closing.


Is there a charge for ammo?

NRPC does not sell ammo and there is no surcharge for you to shoot your own ammo.


Can I bring more than one rifle?



Does the club have rifles to use?

Yes, for use at our facility with your own ammunition.


What is the contact information for the 4H group?

Bacon Bits & Friends
John Nyberg
(971) 832-0777