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The POTF SHOOTING RANGE is our answer to what a shooting range should be! It is what we have dubbed a Discrete Shooting Range! Where a serious hunter/shooter can come and peaceably work with his or her firearm to attain the greatest accuracy or proficiency.

We book only 1 person, or group on the Firing Range at any one time. Groups of 3 or 4 are fine, but only 2 people beyond the firingline (a shooter & a spotter or instructor “No Guns Banging next to you throwing off your shot – No Static atmosphere restricting or infringing how or when you want to fire or check your targets… “Our Goal is to have this as close to having your own private shooting range as possible”

Bring your own equipment or rent ours for a modest fee – shooting bags, lead sled, spotting scopes, chronograph or our State of the Art Bullseye Target Camera System /and or a UTV to check down range targets…

The Range is available by appointment only (same day appointments are common)



We also provide the unique opportunity for those that reload to develop and tailor your loads in our reloading & shooting hut… bring your prepped case, powder & seating die and have at it! Press & Digital Powder Scale on site!

If you have an interest in our described service then by all means give us a call – let’s chat and discuss your goals & wishes and hopefully take advantage of the unique services and arrangements we offer.

Per Shooter Pricing

• Basic Use of Range – basic use of range is  $10 an hr. PARTY OF 2 SPECIAL $25 ea. 3 hours 

• Shooting Steeltargets add $10 per session Rentals are per session– spotting scope $5 –Range finder $5– Bench Rest Bags $5 – Lead Sled $10 – ATV $15, Chronograph $15, Bullseye Target Camera set up $30.

Range Rules

The 4 Rules, and they applyALL THE TIME.

Always remember, safety is a state of mind and not a device!

• All firearms are loaded. - There are no exceptions. Don't pretend that this is true. Know that it is and handle all firearms accordingly. Do not believe it when someone says: "It isn't loaded."

• Never let the muzzle of a firearm point at anything you are not willing to destroy. - If you are not willing to see a bullet hole in it do not allow a firearm's muzzle to point at it. This includes things like your foot, the TV, the refrigerator, the dog, or anything else that would cause general upset if a hole appeared in it.

• Keep your finger off the trigger unless your sights are on the target.- Danger abounds if you keep your finger on the trigger when you are not about to shoot. Speed is not gained by prematurely placing your finger on the trigger as bringing a firearm to bear on a target takes more time than it takes to move your finger to the trigger. Negligent discharges would be eliminated if this rule were followed 100% of the time.

• Be sure of your target and what is behind it. - Never shoot at sounds or a target you cannot positively identify. Know what is in line with the target and what is behind it (bullets are designed to go through things). Be aware of your surroundings whether on a range, in the woods, or in a potentially lethal conflict.

Liability Waver Must Be Sighed & Dated before Entering Range Area

Our Additional Rules are for everyone’s safety and listed, but not limited too. All personal actions can and will be monitored and mediated at the discretion of our Staff / Range Supervisor or Instructor …

Only 2 people in firing range at a time. Shooter /Spotter or Instructor (Fenced Area)

Only one firearm and one shooter at a time in firing area. (Fenced area)

Only one firearm and one shooter at a time in firing area. (Fenced area)

Ear & Eye Protection Mandatory at all times!

All shooters must sign in Range Log Book with date, time& caliber of weapon/s. Shooters except full responsibility of every round fired!

All uncased firearms chambers must be open at all times, bolts open, actions open, slides locked open or cylinders open!

During log range rifle shooting 1 shot chambering of load, and only when firearm is in rest position, horizontal with muzzle facing down range & level

When checking down range targets – Firearms must be taken from rest and placed in a vertical position with chambers open, magazines empty or removed! NO EXCEPTIONS

Absolutely no semi-auto or rapid fire unless accompanied by an instructor or range supervisor.

Plinking & Pistol Shooting Rules

Any One under the age of 18 must be accompanied by legal parent or guardian and waver of liability & responsibility signed by Legal Guardian! All NYS Laws pertaining to firearms must be adhered too. It’s your responsibility to know them!

Range Supervisor or Instructor Must be Presented and Documented experience attaining to Level of Proficiency & Experience Presented.

No Quick Draw or Draw from holster fire allowed without above documentation listed above.

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Created July 29th 2010