Ammo policy

With the change in ownership at the beginning of 2014, The Range at Lake Norman is proud to announce our new ammunition policy.  Our new policy is a result of the valuable feedback we have received from you, our customers, and the recent changes in management/ownership structure.  Our revised policy will allow shooters to have different types of experiences and also allow us to maintain our clean lanes.

The Range at Lake Norman suggests the use of Total Metal Jacket (TMJ) or Total Copper Jacket (TCJ) ammunition, or lead free or frangible ammunition, However all Full metal jacket rounds are more than welcome.  Full Metal jacket rounds are any copper plated round.

All .22 LR shooters must use Copper plated 22s.  NO lead round nose allowed for .22 caliber, in any of our lanes.

Shotgun shooters are required to shoot slug.  Bird and Buck shot are strictly prohibited from being shot in The Range. Shotgun shooters are allowed to shoot Federal Flite Control buck shot.  Only Flite control buckshot will be allowed and all ammunition brought in will be inspected by our RSO’s

Rifle shooters are permitted to shoot up to a .338 Lapua.  If you would like to shoot any larger caliber, please contact one of our associates in advance. Absolutely NO Tracer rounds, Light armor piercing or armor piercing rounds of any type are allowed at any time.

All ammunition brought into The Range must be new manufactured ammunition, and must be in the original box.  No loose ammunition or reloaded ammunition is allowed to be shot at The Range.

The following rounds are strictly prohibited from being shot at The Range:

Lead round nose
Reloaded ammo not manufactured by a commercial remanufacturers with a certificate of insurance on file at The Range.  Current acceptable commercial remanufacturers are: Atlanta Arms and Ammo, Defender Ammunition, Access ammunition and P&G ammunition, Fort Mill Ammunition. No personal reloads allowed!
Bird and Buck Shot (except for Federal Flite control)
Tracer or incendiary rounds
Armor or metal piercing rounds
Hollow Point ammunition MAY be shot.  Please obtain approval from the RSO on duty prior to shooting hollow points.
Any Bagged Ammo
All magazines, unless in a concealed carry gun should be empty

In accordance with company safety policy, and for the safety and protection of all our guests and staff members, The Range personnel will continue to check all firearms and ammunition prior to entering the firing range (exception being legally concealed firearms).   We thank you for your cooperation as we implement the new ammunition policy, and we look forward to continuing to be your place to shoot

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