Ted's Shooting Range
Best Kept Secret In Queen Creek
All federal, state and local firearms laws must be obeyed. Loaded firearms and magazines strictly not allowed in the store or the classroom. No one under the influence or suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be allowed on the range.
Commands issued by Ted’s Shooting Range Staff must be obeyed immediately and without question.
Safety is your responsibility. Your gun and ammo must be in good operating condition.
All shooters, and their guardian if applicable, must read, understand, and sign the Ted’s Shooting Range Agreement and the LIABILITY RELEASE. An adult must accompany anyone under the age of 18.
Do not shoot into the ceiling, walls, floor, or target carrier. Firing a shot that results in damage to any range equipment will result in a repair fine.
All firearms not on the firing line must be unloaded with the action open.
Eye and ear protection must be worn at all times prior to entering, while on the range, and exiting the range.
No one is permitted forward of the firing line (red line) at any time.
Food, tobacco, and beverages are prohibited on the range at all times.
Medical Marijuana users are prohibited on the range. Please note Federal Law supersedes any state law.
Pregnant women, or people subject to seizures, are not allowed on the range.
This is primarily a pistol range and has a limited caliber use. Rifles chambered for typical pistol calibers, are allowed. No Tracer, armor piercing, steel cored, steel cased, steel and/or military surplus ammo is allowed. Muzzle loaders and shotguns are not allowed!
We do allow double tapping and rapid firing, just be aware if you do damage there is a fee.
Holster drawing is allowed with permission from the staff and proof of training.
Only one weapon may be fired at a time per bay/lane.
If you are using two lanes do not move firearms between lanes.
Treat every gun as if it is loaded. Keep your finger off the trigger until you are ready to shoot. Do not hand a loaded firearm to another person.
Do not remove a jammed or malfunctioning firearm from firing point. Lay the gun down on the bench with the barrel pointed down range. Then ask personnel for assistance.
You may collect your own brass providing it is behind the red line.
Ted’s Shooting Range, or its employees, is not responsible for the loss, damage, or theft of your personal belongings. (i.e. Purses, Firearms, Vehicles, etc.)
Ted's Shooting Range