North Attleboro Indoor Shooting Range Facility

AFS Range Rules & Policies

Considerations before arriving

  • Participants must have a government issued photo ID such as a U.S. Drivers license, Military ID, Passport or License to carry firearms with a photo.
  • Participants must be 18 to rent rifles and 21 to rent handguns.
  • All participants must have a firearms license and have a handgun of their own with them, or have someone shooting with them in order to rent a handgun.
  • All participants must have a firearms license and either a handgun or a long gun of their own with them or have someone shooting with them in order to rent a long gun.
  • For liability reasons; no professional firearms instruction is allowed by any outside firearms instructors without written permission from the owners of AFS.
  • Women who are nursing, pregnant or may become pregnant are prohibited from entering the range.
  • For everyone's safety, AFS reserves the right to refuse access to the range if it is believed that someone may be under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
  • All participants must complete a release of liability form; you can complete the online form here.

Practice safety on premises

  • All firearms brought into the facility must be unloaded and in a bag, case or holster.
  • All firearms must be cleared on the range prior to removal from any bag, case or holster.
  • Always point firearm's in a safe direction.
  • Always keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.
  • All actions must be open at all time unless firearm is in a holster or when firing.
  • Shooters and guests must check in at the front counter.
  • If unable to clear a malfunction keep firearm pointed down range and notify an AFS staff member.
  • Eye and ear protection must be worn at all times while on the range.
  • Taking of photographs or video in the facility is prohibited.
  • All ammunition must be Full Metal Jacket (Except .22 rim fire)
  • All shotgun ammunition fired must be 8 or 9 pellet, 00 Buck or slug.
  • All Firing must be aimed; firing from the hip is strictly prohibited.