Range Rules & Safety Info

Prior to visiting the range, be sure to watch this Range Safety and Etiquette video as it will help ensure you have a great experience at the range.


Introduction to Range Safety and Etiquette from NSSF on Vimeo.


Basic Range Rules

  • We do allow our guests to bring their own ammo.
  • We do not allow steel or aluminum cased ammunition, or steel core, steel jacketed, copper coated steel jacketed or armor piercing projectiles. Click here for a list of restricted calibers.
  • We do not allow the use of tracers, frangible rounds, or black powder.
  • We do allow quality reloads, but excessively smoky reloads will not be allowed.
  • We require ALL rifles and shotguns to have some sort of sights or optics on them.
  • We do NOT allow pistol grip shotguns, Shockwave type shotguns, or shotguns/rifles that cannot be shouldered and aimed.
  • You must be 18 years of age or older to use the range unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
  • Shooters between 18 and 21 may shoot and rent long guns as well as purchase long gun ammunition.
  • Shooters 21 years of age or above may bring their own handguns and ammunition, rent handguns and purchase handgun ammunition.
  • Pregnant women are not allowed on the range.
  • We do allow you to bring as many firearms as you like and do not charge extra for this. Please bring firearms into the store/range in a case or with the action locked open.

Please contact us ahead of time if you have any questions. NGC Original – 210-661-8300 option 2, NGC Alamo Ranch – 210-369-9199.

We want to provide the best experience that we can!

General Safety Rules

Always to be followed at Nardis Gun Club
  • All firearms are considered loaded at all times.
  • Always know your target and what is behind it.
  • Always keep your trigger finger off the trigger until ready to shoot, and outside the trigger guard until ready to fire.
  • Always point firearms in a safe direction (downrange) until on target and ready to fire.
  • NEVER handle firearms behind the firing line. Loading and unloading of firearms is to be done on the firing line only!

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