midland shooters association
Important! R&P Range Closure
We have received notice that Pioneer is moving a rig directly behind the Rifle & Pistol Range.
Due to the safety concerns of having workers in such close proximity and in the line of fire, Ranges A1, A2, B, C, and D are closed. The pistol bays (0-8) and automatic bays (9-10) remain open for pistols and rimfire rifles, but no centerfire rifles are allowed anywhere on the Rifle & Pistol Range.
This is effective immediately and will be in force for the foreseeable future. There will be no tolerance for not obeying this directive. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding.
Rifle & Pistol Range orientation is now available on-line!
Joining MSA is easier than ever!
You have access to our Shotgun Range as soon as you join and pay, and now the orientation class required to access the Rifle & Pistol Range is available on-line.
Once you have paid and completed the orientation class, your R&P Range gate card will be mailed to you.
If you have already joined and paid, either on-line or at the Shotgun Range, and need to take the orientation course for R&P, just click here. Each spouse needs to take the orientation separately.
You must join and have a paid MSA membership before taking the R&P orientation class!
FROM THE R&P BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
The Rifle & Pistol Range is open!
We are sanitizing our indoor areas as best we can but cannot promise it will be enough. We strongly urge you to follow CDC guidelines to keep yourself safe.
Bring some hand sanitizer or sanitizing wipes, and use them. Practice social distancing - keep two or three benches between you and neighboring shooters. Try to avoid sharing equipment, but if you must then sanitize first.
Be safe, have fun, shoot well!
FROM THE SHOTGUN RANGE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT
We will remain open and continue to shoot and host tournaments as long as we can.
COVID-19 Precautions: We have and will continue to sanitize our restrooms, counter tops, controllers, and common area floors daily and more. We will utilize recommended "six foot" rule which is easy on 300 acres and prevent more than 6 - 10 people in the pro shop at one time. We discourage people from visiting/lingering in the pro -shop.
Remember: You can acquire a "countdown" card" in the pro-shop and with a brief, five minute orientation, you can shoot by yourself (seven days a week) and have no contact with other shooters. We are temporarily waiving the sign in requirement to make your shooting safer from airborne viruses.