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Old 07-06-2023, 10:36 PM
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Default Range Officially Re-Open

The range has officially reopened to the public for Wednesday and Friday night. Monday nights are being used by local police and law enforcement through the end of the year for new recruit training (with crime rising, we need more law enforcement officers).

NEW INFO
  • Range fees are now $20/hr + processing fee. Discounts for multiple sessions.
  • Use the RESERVATION button on our home page and range rules page https://coyotepointrpc.org/
  • 100% of the Reservation fees go to San Mateo County (none of it goes to the club which has to pay rent on top of having to volunteer as your RSO's.)
  • All shooters must use range targets, placed by RSO's. To maximize shooting time, there is no patching of targets. Shooters may ask for a fresh targets each cease-fire period.
  • Shooters should bring their own spotting scopes. Shooters may ask to see their targets using the range's new HD downrange camera system.
  • As before, all shooting is done at 100yrds, so rifles only.

This info copied from the coyotepointrpc.org website:

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PUBLIC RANGE BASIC INFO

All shooting is done at 100 yards only.

Rifles Only

Handguns, shotguns (with only bead sights/no sights), and Black Powder firearms are NOT permitted.

.45 cal or smaller.

Bullets that are solid brass, bronze, copper or lead and jacketed lead core brass, bronze or copper bullets, slugs for scoped/sighted shotguns are allowed.

Modern polymer tipped and lead-free bullets are allowed.

No steel core, steel bi-metal, or steel jacketed ammo (all ammo will be checked with magnets, if bullet is magnet, it's not permitted). Tracer ammo is not permitted. Armor penetrating ammo is not permitted. All painted color tipped ammo is not permitted (red, orange, green, black, blue, white, etc.). Buckshot or birdshot ammo is not permitted.

No ammo sales or gun rentals are offered at the range.

Shooters must bring all firearms to the Range unloaded and inside rifle cases or gun bags (locked if required by law).

Shooters must bring chamber flags for each firearm. There are none offered for sale at the Range.

Everyone, not just shooters, must wear Eyes and Ears, eye and ear protection, when anywhere on the range. There is no personal protection equipment for offered sale at the Range.

There is limited space at each shooting lane so please bring no more than 3 rifles per visit. There are no rifle racks or ready tables.

No more than 2 shooters per lane, one at a time.
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Went there couple weeks ago, very nice facility, I like the wide new shooting benches, the lights shinning on the targets at 100 yards made it easy to see tiny 22lr holes through my scope. Hope they open up more days for the public.
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$20 / hrs. That's expensive
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Old 09-19-2023, 1:55 AM
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$20 / hrs. That's expensive
The SF Bay Area has some pretty slim pickings.
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Thanks for this informative post here and the professionally done and enjoyable YouTube video, ( Just like all of your YouTube videos) Moondog!


And I just want to repeat an important ending part of it because I also think $20 an hour is steep.
(But if you watch the short video, it is a nice looking range with some new high-tech features when many places in California wouldn't even consider a range open to the public.)

" All of that $20 an hour money goes to the County of San Mateo."

And

" All of the Coyote point range officers are volunteers. "

(So don't tell them red is not their color or mention the whole Star Trek red uniform coincidental tragedies Theory.)



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