OPEN to the Public:
Thursday - Sunday & Holiday Mondays
8:30AM - 5:00PM
We take our last shooters @ 4PM
Office closes @ 4:00PM
RANGE SAFETY RULES
Treat all firearms as if they are loaded.
Always keep your firearm pointed in a safe direction.
Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on-target and you are ready to fire.
Be aware of your target and what is beyond it.
Chamber flags are required to be in place when your firearm is not being used and/or anyone is downrange during ceasefire. If you do not have a chamber flag, they are available for purchase in the range office.
During ceasefire, handling of any firearm on the firing line is strictly prohibited. Anyone violating this policy will be asked to leave with no refund.
First Time Visitors...
Whether this is your first time to our facility, or first time shooting, we want to make sure you are completely comfortable and SAFE.
BEFORE YOU ARRIVE...
ALL FIREARMS MUST COME IN A CASE, AND LEAVE IN A CASE.
Firearms must remain in a case throughout your visit at the range unless on the firing line for use. There are tables provided behind the firing line for bags, cases, and other gear to be stored when not in use. There shall be no uncased firearms anywhere but on the firing line, so please remember to case your firearm at the line before your departure.
Please make sure to identify on your firearms case which direction the muzzle is pointing in order to ensure all firearms being pointed downrange when setting up on the firing line.
WHEN YOU ARRIVE...
Please stop in at the front office to check-in. You will provide your valid ID, review/sign the range waiver (or fill out our waiver prior to your visit by following the links below) and be given a safety briefing.
DURING THE SAFETY BRIEFING...
We will review all of the range safety rules. Some rules you may already be familiar with, but there are some rules that are specific to our range. Upon completion, one of our qualified Range Safety Officers (RSO) will assist you with any final questions before you go to the firing line.
Safety is of the utmost importance. We have a NO TOLERANCE rule when it comes to pointing / flagging / muzzling of a firearm at any Range Safety Officers, Staff Members, or Patrons on the facility. You will be asked to pack up and leave the facility for the day. You will be eligible to return at a later date pending that the incident does not repeat itself. It is our priority to maintain a safe range.
In compliance with the requirements of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 ('ADA'),the Linden Gun Range will not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its programs, services, or activities. The Linden Gun Range will make reasonable modifications to policies and programs to ensure that people with disability have an equal opportunity to enjoy our programs, services, facilities, and activities. If you need assistance with an ADA request,
please contact our ADA Coordinator.
CCW IS PERMITTED ON SITE.
Please inform our staff if you are carrying upon arrival. Our staff will have you safely disarm at a designated safe zone. Please do not re-holster on site without the assistance of a RSO, i.e. in our parking lots.
WHEN YOU ARE READY TO LEAVE...
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Facility closes to the public at 5:00pm .
This does not mean last shots fired at 5:00pm All gear, firearms and accessories must be loading in your vehicle and exiting facility by 5:00PM
NEW TO YOUR FIREARMS & OPTICS
If you have just purchased a new or used firearm or have added a new optic that needs to be tested, please inform our office attendant. Our RSO's will take you to a testing range and will assist you with bore sighting and zeroing in your firearms.
ROLE OF THE RANGE SAFETY OFFICERS
Our RSO's are there to maintain safety. If you have any malfunctions on the firing line, please leave your firearm on the bench/stall and ask an RSO for assistance. They will assist you first verbally so that you can go through the experience of learning how to handle the situation safely. If there is a need for the RSO to handle the firearm, the proper forms shall be filled out prior to moving forward. Our RSOs main function is to monitor safety, not to sight in, shoot, or fix your fireams for you.
CERTAIN RANGES HAVE QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
Our range is surrounded by vineyards, homes, and other roadways. Because of this, the 200 yard range requires a safety qualification before you can shoot on it.
We recommend shorts, pants, and appropriate fitting tops. Open-toe footwear, loose shirts, tank tops, and skirts are discouraged (unless you like walking and catching hot brass).
We are a shooting range, and not a testing ground. Steel core, armor piercing, incendiary, tracer ammunition is strictly prohibited and not allowed on the property. Be advised that if you are found to be in possession of such ammunition on the range, you will be asked to leave for the day and no refund will be provided.
If you have specific testing requirements, please contact the range office ahead of time.
ARE PETS ALLOWED?
Service animals only are welcome, but must be in an area safe from the noise and heat.
COMPLIANCE WITH ALL APPLICABLE LAWS
All firearms legally possessed and in full compliance with State & Federal laws are welcome at the Linden Gun Range. LGR Staff will offer no legal advice concerning the legality of your firearms and/or equipment. For questions regarding your firearms and/or equipment, please go to: