Fiocchi Shooting Sports Complex
The Fiocchi Shooting Sports Complex is 5 miles east of Mayflower, just north of Hwy. 89 on Camp Robinson Special Use Area.
The range is open to the public from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday. The range is closed to the public on Monday and Tuesday and on all official state holidays, and may also close without prior notice due to inclement weather or other incidents that prevent safe operations of the range. Shooters must check in no later than 3:45 p.m. to be allowed to shoot. All shooters will cease fire at 4:10 p.m.
The facility includes a 50-yard pistol range, 200-yard rifle range, skeet and trap ranges, known-distance and 3D archery. Fees are $3.00 per person for pistol and rifle ranges and $4.00 per round for skeet or trap (25-shot round). There is no fee for known-distance or 3D archery. However, shooters must register prior to shooting. Range fees include targets, eye and ear protection, and clays for skeet or trap. Spotting scopes are available for rent for $2.00. Ammunition is not sold and firearms are not available for purchase or rent at the facility. The range accepts cash or check, but no credit or debit cards, for payment.
- Violation of any range rule may result in loss of range privileges. AGFC is not liable for any personal injury and/or death, or damage to any personal property while on AGFC-controlled ranges or property.
- No uncased or un-holstered firearms are allowed in the range house without prior approval of the range officer.
- No loaded firearms, including concealed/enhanced concealed/open carry, are allowed to be taken to or from the firing line. All firearms must be unloaded and made safe prior to entering or leaving the firing line. Loaded firearms, including concealed/enhanced concealed/open carry, must be unloaded and made safe at the clearing station, which is located on the east side of the range house, and checked by the range officer prior to any customer proceeding to the firing line. After leaving the firing line, customers may reload and re-holster their carry weapon either at the clearing station or once they are inside their vehicle.
- No drawing and firing from the holster allowed. This includes concealed/enhanced concealed/open carry customers. Refer to above rule if a concealed carry holder wishes to shoot his/her carry weapon.
- No firearms may be handled on the firing line while the range is clear.
- No tracer or incendiary ammunition of any kind is allowed on the range.
- Shooters must register in the range office before proceeding to the firing line. During busy times, range officers may assign lanes for customers.
- Shooters are responsible for the conduct of their guests.
- Any person causing a disturbance may be instructed to leave the property.
- Persons that have not paid to use the range must remain behind the chain-link fence at all times.
- Minimum age to shoot unaccompanied is 16 for rifle and shotgun and 18 for handgun. Minimum age to shoot or enter the firing line is 6. Anyone under 16 must be accompanied by an adult (21 YOA or older). Shooters under 16 must remain with an adult while on the firing line.
- No rapid fire (more than 1 shot per second) allowed.
- No alcoholic beverages or illegal substances (drugs) allowed on range property. Persons under the influence, or suspected to be under the influence, of alcohol or drugs will not be allowed to shoot.
- No smoking allowed on any firing line. Smokers must go to designated smoking areas to smoke.
- Range users are liable for any damage they cause to AGFC property.
- Return all equipment (spotting scopes, rifle rests, etc.) to the range office before leaving. Target frames on the rifle range should be returned to the assigned shooting bay. Pistol range target frames should be returned to the 7 yard line.
- During business hours, customers may only retrieve their own brass. Discarded brass may be picked up after hours on a first-come, first-serve basis.
- No more than two (2) shooters are allowed at each rifle bench. Additional shooters in the party must stay back at the fence on benches provided until it is their turn to shoot.
- Only one (1) rifle at a time may be fired from each bench.
- Firearms are to remain unloaded until the muzzle is pointed down range in the ready-to-fire position. Muzzleloaders may not be capped until they are pointed down range.
- When the range officer clears the range, all rifles must be unloaded and placed in the gun rack with actions open. Pistols must be placed on the firing table and unloaded with slides locked back, magazines out and cylinders open.
- Do not step forward of the firing line until the range officer has given permission.
- No firearm may be handled on the firing line while the range is clear.
- No holstered handguns or quick-draw allowed on the firing line.
- No human silhouette, zombie or any other human-form targets allowed.
- Shooters must be accompanied by an individual capable of operating range controls.
- Firearms must remain unloaded with the action open until it is time to shoot.
- Firearms may be loaded only while the shooter is on a firing station with the muzzle pointed down range.
- Only one (1) shell may be loaded at a time. Two (2) shells may be loaded if shooting doubles on the skeet range.
- Shooters must dispose of spent/empty shotgun shells in trash cans provided on the range.
- Skeet and trap ranges are subject to closure during inclement weather, including rain and thunderstorms.