- Violation of any safety rule will result in match disqualification (DQ).
- USPSA safety rules are the baseline for safety at this match.
- Competitors shall practice good muzzle control and firearm
safety at all times. Competitors that do not handle their weapons
safely will be disqualified from competing further in the match with
no refund of match fees.
- Do not ever allow the muzzle of your weapons to point at anyone.
- Do not load your weapons until directed to do so by a range officer.
- Do not put your finger on the trigger until your sights are aligned with your target.
- Obey all Range Officer commands immediately.
- In addition to the USPSA definition of an Accidental Discharge, the stage RO may call an A.D. using his own judgement. Example: if the competitor was clearly not engaging a target. Any round that does not impact within 10 yards of the target the competitor is engaging is declared to be an AD.
- The entire competition area is a "cold range."
- No firearms may be loaded at the match site except under the direct command of a RO.
- Long-guns shall be kept unloaded in cases or on a designated rack, and carried muzzle up or muzzle down and the action open.
- "Sweeping" any person with a weapon's muzzle will result in immediate D.Q.
- All firearms must have a functioning safety, subject to verification by an RO at any time.
- Any firearm or ammunition deemed by any RO or match staff to be "unsafe" for any reason may not be used in the match until a determination is made by the match director that it may continue
- Any firearm that can be demonstrated by any RO or match staff to have a hammer/striker that will fall without the trigger being pressed shall be deemed unsafe and may not be used in the match until repaired.
- Any rifle slung must have an empty chamber, unless directed by the stage RO.
- No person shall consume or be under the influence of alcohol or non-prescription drugs at the match site. Any person found to be impaired and unsafe as a result of legitimate prescription drugs may be directed to stop shooting and requested to leave the range.
- Eye and ear protection is mandatory.
- This match includes dynamic shooting in natural terrain. Match staff will communicate what are safe directions to point firearms while shooting, or while waiting. This will typically be presented during a stage or match briefing. The competitor shall note and obey the safe muzzle direction guidelines.
- Muzzle velocity may not exceed 3200 fps.