A Pistol License is not required to shoot at the Range.
A Pistol License is not required to shoot at the Range.

NOTE: A Pistol License or Gun Permit is NOT Required to shoot at the Range.

Montgomery Indoor Shooting Complex

Shooter Registration Information and

Waiver and Release of All Claims and Liability

 

I hereby certify that all information contained herein is true and complete to the best of my knowledge and belief.  I authorize verification of this information, and release all concerned from any liability in connection therewith. I take full responsibility to request, read and comply with any updates to the Montgomery Indoor Shooting Complex Rules and Regulations. Providing false or misleading information in this form, or failure to adhere to the Montgomery Indoor Shooting Complex Rules and Regulations, shall be grounds for denial, suspension, termination and/or expulsion from Montgomery Indoor Shooting Complex at the sole discretion of Montgomery Indoor Shooting Complex and without advance notice or refund.  I, on behalf of myself, my family, agents, heirs, assigns, executors and administrators, and any minor whom I am accompanying, for the consideration of being allowed to enter, rent and/or use the facilities and services of Montgomery Indoor Shooting Complex, do hereby absolutely and unequivocally waive, release, indemnify, defend and hold harmless Montgomery Indoor Shooting Complex, its agents, employees, instructors, Range Officers, range personnel, owners, and successors and any other parties of interest from any and all claims, potential claims, demands, liability and/or damages arising out of any injury, loss or disability, physical or otherwise, connected or arising out of or related to the use of, attendance or activities at the facility; and do further specifically agree to indemnify and hold harmless all of the foregoing from and against any claim which may be made by or on behalf of the undersigned or by any third party for personal injury or property damage sustained as a result of the actions or inactions of the undersigned in connection with use of the facilities and services of Montgomery Indoor Shooting Complex. I further understand that the activities on the range can be extremely dangerous, and I voluntarily accept the risks associated therewith. I shall at all times exercise safe gun handling practices, and adhere to all of the Montgomery Indoor Shooting Complex Rules and Regulations (made a part hereof by this reference). I accept the responsibility of requesting, reading and adhering to any and all updates to the Montgomery Indoor Shooting Complex Rules and Regulations prior to each use of the firing range.  I agree that I am not under indictment, scheduled to appear in any court, or have missed an appearance in court for a felony or any other crime for which you could be imprisoned for more than one year. I agree that I have never been convicted in any court of a felony, or pled guilty to a felony, for which the judge could have imprisoned me for more than one year, even if I received a shorter sentence and even if my sentence only consisted of probation. I agree that I am not a fugitive from justice. I agree that I have never failed to appear in court in any state for a felony or any crime that I was charged with that could have led to a sentence of more than one year of imprisonment. I agree that I have never been adjudicated mentally defective (which includes a determination by a court, board, commission, or other lawful authority that I am danger to myself or to others or are incompetent to manage my own affairs). I agree that I have never been voluntarily or involuntarily admitted (or committed) to a mental institution. I agree that I am not subject to a court order restraining me from harassing, stalking, staying out of a specific geographical location, staying a specific physical distance away from, calling, texting, emailing, writing, or threatening a family member, relative, child, spouse, co-worker, peer, or any other person(s). I agree that I have never been charged with or convicted in any court of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence or the equivalent thereof.

I have carefully read, understand and hereby agree to the statement above, and acknowledge and agree to the Alternative Dispute Resolution (Arbitration) Agreement, which is a part of this agreement.

 

ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION (ARBITRATION) AGREEMENT

            (1 ) Agreement to Arbitrate. In mutual consideration of the sale and purchase of goods and services, you for yourself, your heirs, successors and assigns (the "Buyer") and we (the "Seller" and all of its directors, officers, employees, agents, parent corporations, subsidiary corporations, corporations affiliated with Seller by direct or indirect common ownership, and the assignee of this contract) agree with limited exception, that any and all disputes, claims, or controversies of any kind and nature between us arising out of or relating to the relationship between us will be resolved through mandatory, binding arbitration. This agreement to arbitrate covers claims that (a) arise out of or relate to this Agreement; (b) arise out of or relate to any past transactions or dealings between us; (c) arise out of or relate to any future transactions or dealings between us; and (d) disputes about whether any claims, controversies, or disputes between us are subject to arbitration to the extent permitted by federal law. Because you and we have agreed to arbitration, both of us are waiving our rights to have disputes resolved in court by a judge or jury, except as set forth below.  Examples of Arbitral Claims.  Examples of disputes that are required to he arbitrated under this Agreement include, but are not limited to, the following claims: (a) an alleged breach of any contractual promise; (b) that any agreement between Seller and Buyer is void or voidable based on alleged fraud, unconscionability, duress, illegality, or any other ground; (c) that any Alternative Dispute Resolution Agreement between us is void or voidable based on alleged fraud. unconscionability, duress, illegality, or any other ground; (d) that the parties never entered into an Alternative Dispute Resolution Agreement; (e) regarding the scope or interpretation of any agreement or any Alternative Dispute Resolution Agreement; tort claims; (g) alleged violations of federal or state statutes; (h) for injunctive or equitable relief; and (i) permissive and compulsory counterclaims to any claim subject to arbitration.  Exceptions to arbitration. Notwithstanding any language in this Agreement to the contrary, in the event of a Default in payment under this Agreement, the Seller may seek its remedies in an action at law for payment default; and, its decision to do so shall not be deemed to be a waiver of its right thereafter to insist upon and seek specific enforcement of its rights under this Agreement, in the event that the Buyer shall assert a counterclaim or right of setoff in such judicial or non-judicial action.  Arbitration to Be Conducted by an Arbitration Administrator. The party seeking arbitration shall select one of the following two arbitration administrators: JAMS (Judicial Arbitration and Mediation Services. Inc.) or National Arbitration and Mediation. Except as modified hereby, the arbitration shall be conducted according to the rules and procedures of the selected Administrator. We will obtain a copy of the Administrator's rules and procedures for you at your request.  In the event that one of these administrators is unavailable to serve, then the other administrator shall be deemed selected. If both administrators are unavailable, and the parties agree on a different administrator, such different administrator shall be deemed selected; and, if the parties do not agree on a selection, then the parties shall be deemed to have waived arbitration hereunder, and further agree that they waive the right to a jury trial, in favor of having a judge, sitting without a jury, determine the rights and remedies of the parties with respect to all disputes, claims or controversies between them.  Costs of arbitration. If you initiate an arbitration proceeding, you will pay the filing fees.   We will not pay your attorney's fees or expert witness fees, unless the arbitrator awards those fees to you. If we initiate arbitration, we will pay all filing fees, administrative fees and document hearing fees.  Notwithstanding these provisions regarding the payment of fees, the arbitrator may, as a part of the arbitration award, require that you or we pay all of the costs of arbitration in accordance with the terms of any substantive law governing the claims which are subject to arbitration. The arbitrator is not permitted to assess attorney's fees or expert witness fees unless the applicable substantive law permits such an award. The arbitrator may assess other fees associated with the arbitration as provided by the arbitration company's rules, except those fees set forth above that will be paid by the Seller.  Location of arbitration. The arbitration shall occur in the county where you signed the Agreement.  Law Applicable to Arbitration Proceedings. The arbitrator is required to follow all substantive law applicable to any dispute, including, without limitation, the applicable statute of limitations. The arbitrator will be bound by the Federal Rules of Evidence, and must respect any applicable attorney-client privilege, attorney work-product privilege, and any other applicable privilege. The arbitrator is required to issue a written decision setting forth the decision and the reasons for that decision. You and we agree that the arbitrator's decision will be final, binding, and enforceable in any court of competent jurisdiction.  Judicial Review of Arbitrator's Decision. Except as set forth herein, you and we agree that the arbitrator's decision CANNOT BE APPEALED. The arbitrator's decision is subject to judicial review only on the grounds set forth in Title 9, Section 10 of the United States Code, as well as on the ground that the decision, findings, or rationale of the decision is manifestly inconsistent with the terms of this Agreement or the Federal Arbitration Act.  No Class Actions or Joiner of Additional Parties. You agree that you will not serve as a class representative or participate as a class member in an arbitration proceeding, that only your claims are addressed in the arbitration proceeding, and that additional parties cannot be added to the arbitration proceeding unless you and we agree in 'writing' before the arbitration. A dispute between us that is required to he arbitrated under this Agreement, will be arbitrated only between us, even if there are additional parties to the dispute or even if you make allegations that your dispute should be handled as a class action.  

            (2) Replacement of Existing Arbitration Agreements. You and we agree that this Alternative Dispute Resolution Agreement supersedes and replaces any prior Alternative Dispute Resolution Agreement between us.  Federal Arbitration Act Applies. The parties understand and agree that this arbitration agreement is made pursuant to a transaction involving interstate commerce and shall be governed by the Federal Arbitration Act.

 

JURY TRIAL WAIVER.   IF IT IS EVER DETERMINED THAT SOME PORTION OF THIS AGREEMENT IS VOID VOIDABLE, OR UNENFORCEABLE, OR IF THE INCLUSION OF SOME PROVISION IN THIS AGREEMENT WOULD RENDER THE AGREEMENT UNENFORCEABLE, OR IN THE EVENT THAT THIS AGREEMENT IS NOT SUBJECT TO ENFORCEMENT BASED UPON ANY FUTURE ELIMINATION OF CONSUMER DISPUTES FROM THE APPLICATION OF THE FEDERAL ARBITRATION ACT THEN THE PARTIES HERETO AGREE THAT THEY WAIVE THE RIGHT TO A JURY TRIAL, IN FAVOR OF HAVING A JUDGE SITTING WITHOUT JURY, DETERMINE THE RIGHTS AND REMEDIES OF THE PARTIES WITH RESPECT TO ALL DISPUTES, CLAIMS OR CONTROVERSIES BETWEEN THEM.

 

 

RANGE RULES AND REGULATIONS

General Rules

All federal, state and local firearm laws must be obeyed. Current and valid pictured identification is required to enter the range.

No firearms shall be traded or sold (other than by Montgomery Indoor Shooting Complex) within 1,000 feet of the premises.

These Range Rules and Regulations, at times ("rules" or "range rules") are subject to change without notice. All persons utilizing the range are required to, read, understand, and sign this agreement.   It is your responsibility to request any and all updates to the rules prior to each use of the range and to comply with such updates.  Report all violations of range rules to the Range Officer or any range personnel.  A responsible adult (at least 25 years of age) must accompany persons 19 to 21 years of age. Young shooters (minors-ages 12 to 18) are only allowed to shoot on the range with their parent or guardian; one young shooter per adult. The adult shall act as a coach and MUST remain with the minor or young adult at all times while the minor or young adult is utilizing the range.  The age restriction rule may be waived, from time to time, at the discretion of the range safety officer.  No children are allowed on the range (other than young shooters adhering to the specific situation set forth in this paragraph) nor are they to be left unaccompanied in the showroom while adults shoot.  Eye and ear protection must be on BEFORE entering the range, and worn AT ALL TIMES while on the range.  No convicted felons or persons under or suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be allowed on the range.

All persons using the facilities will be of good character. Appropriate dress is required at all times. This is a family oriented facility, and we reserve the right to refuse service to anyone who, in our sole discretion, is not in keeping with this or any other rule.  Always wash your face and hands immediately after shooting your firearm. Sinks are located in the restrooms for your use.  Pregnant women, persons who are susceptible to seizures, food, all tobacco products, alcohol, and beverages are NOT ALLOWED on the range.  Failure to abide by any of the rules herein may result in a loss of shooting privileges, removal from the range, suspension and/or termination of your membership without refund. 

 

Range Officer

 The Range Officer on duty is in direct charge of the range at all times.  Commands issued by the Range Officer or range personnel must be obeyed immediately and without question. When the command "CEASE FIRE" is given. STOP SHOOTING IMMEDIATELY, remove your finger from the trigger and step back from the lane. Place the gun pointed down range on the shooting lane table, and wait for further instructions from the Range Officer.  The Range Officer will, at his or her sole discretion, ban from the range any person handling a firearm in an unsafe or careless manner.  All Shooters are expected to know, adhere to, and help enforce range rules without having to be told to do so by a Range Officer or range personnel. If you observe a violation of the range rules, please bring it to the attention of the Range Officer or any range personnel and they will take corrective action. It is our goal to have a completely safe range for you to enjoy every visit.

Firearms

1.    Firearms must be brought in unloaded.  Illegal firearms are NOT permitted.  Rifles chambered in handgun calibers are permitted on the range.  Fully automatic firearms (Class III) are NOT allowed.  Black powder muzzle loading firearms are NOT permitted.

Shotguns are allowed at the sole discretion of and upon the prior approval of the Range Officer.  Only shotgun slogs may be used with shotguns.  You must request permission and receive a written permission receipt from the Range Officer to use any firearms not listed in this section.

2.   Ammunition Permitted.  Use only the correct ammunition for your firearm.  You may supply your own standard, commercial and reloaded ammunition for your firearms.  Use of a rental firearm requires use of ammunition purchased from Montgomery Indoor Shooting Complex.  Any type ammunition designed for penetrating metal is NOT permitted.  Tracer, incendiary, gas, explosive ammunition, armor piercing, steel (case or projectile), steel shot, steel core, steel jacketed, buckshot, birdshot, military surplus, and unjacketed ammunition are NOT permitted on the range.

3.  Shooting at anything other than your own target is PROHIBITED and will subject you to removal from the range.  Be aware of your target and what is beyond.  Only regulation paper targets may be used on the range. At least 1 target must be purchased from the range.

Use the appropriate size target placed at eye level to ensure that your shot strikes the backstop and not the floor, ceiling, or target carrier.

4.   Cross-firing of targets is prohibited.

5.   Use of Firearms & Firing Lane Procedures:  Gun safety is your first and foremost responsibility! Be sure your firearm is safe to operate and know how to use it safely.

6.   Never point a firearm at anyone! Always have your firearms pointed in a safe direction. Treat all guns as if they are loaded! Do not hand a loaded firearm to another person.

7.   All guns and ammunition may be inspected for cleanliness, workability, and safety before entering the range. 

8.   Cleaning of firearms is prohibited on the range. All firearms brought into the range must be completely UNLOADED and breached.

9.   Persons who leave any equipment or other personal items in a shooting point left unattended do so at their own risk.

10. Always keep firearms unloaded and keep your fingers off the trigger until you are on the firing line ready to shoot.

11. No one is permitted forward of the firing line at any time FOR ANY REASON. NO EXCEPTIONS!

12. Only one shooter and coach permitted per point. 

13. Persons not shooting or coaching are not permitted on the range. We have provided a viewing area for other spectators.

14. Only one loaded gun at a time is permitted on the firing line; and no other gun handling behind the firing line.

15. Load and unload weapons and     magazines inside of the booth only.

16. Never bring a loaded weapon out of the range.

17. Take position at the lane assigned to you. Do not change lanes.

18. The MUZZLE MUST BE POINTED DOWN RANGE AT ALL TIMES.

19. NO rapid firing, double tapping or shooting a controlled pair allowed. One-second rule is in effect (1 seconds between rounds).

20. Do not lay a firearm down on the bench, unless all actions are open and ejection ports are visible.

21. All firearms not on the firing line must be unloaded, and in a bag or case. 

22. Commands issued by the Range Officer and staff must be followed immediately and without question. When the command "CEASE FIRE' is given. STOP SHOOTING IMMEDIATELY, remove your finger from the trigger and step back from the lane. Keep the gun pointed down range and wait for further instructions from the Range Officer.

23. Firing a shot that results in damage to any range equipment may result in a repair fine, removal from the range, and/or suspension or termination of membership.

24. Dry firing is only permitted at the firing line.

25. Do not handle a firearm at the firing line when others are downrange.

26. There is no drawing from hip or holsters without prior approval from the Range Officer. Exception: If you are active duty police, security or military participating in a training class or range-sanctioned event and you have received the prior consent and authorization of the Range Officer.

27. Any brass discharged becomes the property of Montgomery Indoor Shooting Complex and may not be picked up or removed. Do not pick up brass from the floor.

28. Shooters must load and unload their own firearms. If a mechanical malfunction occurs, immediately check with the Range Officer.

29. Do not remove jammed or malfunctioning firearms away from the lane; contact the Range Officer immediately.

30. When leaving the firing lane even temporarily, take all property with you.

THE INSTRUCTIONS OF THE RANGE OFFICER MUST BE STRICTLY ADHERED TO AT ALL TIMES WHETHER OR NOT INCLUDED WITHIN THESE RULES AND REGULATION.

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