With only 2-3 people, and on 40 acres,,,dream come true. Bring your own pen,,use gloves for sign in. And let your finger get some well deserved trigger time. Or go to a BLM area,,no fuss no muss.I really, I mean really want to go to my club. (It is open.)
Likely I would be one of 2 or 3 people on the forty acres.
The only thing I wold touch that wasn't under my control is the range sign in book. And the wooden table.
I dunno. It seems ok.
‘Transmission is the same’? You know that how?.........our club is open (outdoor range) and I plan to go tomorrow. I don't think it's any less safe that any other flu season. Transmission is the same, so keep your hands clean and don't touch anything you don't have to. Maybe take a small bottle of hand sanitizer with you if it makes you feel better. Me, I'm just gonna go shoot!
My gun club has never had a firearm injury in over 35 years. We screen & observe all our new member prospects before accepting them as members. No reason to believe that would change now. I would shoot there anytime. Unfortunately, my club has decided to close anyway or, I would be there. :bawling:You should never go to an outdoor range, or for that matter an indoor range. To do so greatly increases the likelihood of getting shot by all the newbie gun owners.
At least if they have to stay six feet away or more, this might slightly increase your odds of getting out of there alive.....
Yep, our club has suspended all organized matches too. We're only open for individuals to shoot, so long we we practice the appropriate "social distancing" as called out by the state and federal guidelines.My IDPA club has suspended all matches until farther notice.