Boulder Rifle and Pistol Club can only accept cash payments. We do NOT rent or sell any guns, ammo, or paper targets. The club is rustic and utilizes porta-potties and hand sanitizing dispensers.
The on-duty Range Safety Officer is responsible for operating the Public Courtesy Range and has final say on all safety and operational issues.
BRPC’s Public Courtesy Range offers ranges for firearms, archery, and crossbows. The Courtesy Range consists of 12 semi-private shooting bays, an archery range, and a 3D archery range. The Courtesy Range has bays with distances from 25 to 200 yards and a shotgun area.
The Public Courtesy Range is open from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays of each week. Please check the announcements area for a list of closures.
Upon Entering the club grounds everyone is required to stop and check-in at the Range Safety Office (follow signs). Check-in includes acknowledgement and signing of a waiver of liability and assignment of a shooting bay. Everyone in attendance will be required to sign our waiver of liability (even if not shooting) to comply with our insurance requirements. By your checking-in and agreeing to the stipulations in the waiver BRPC is authorized to grant a limited membership allowing you to utilize the public range. A limited membership does not grant voting rights or access to the BRPC member only areas.
Those using our Courtesy Range are required to bring all their own equipment, comply with all BRPC safety rules, and be responsible for everyone in their party. Shooters are required to provide their own eye and ear protection, although disposable ear plugs are available, at no charge.
See the duty Range Safety Officer (RSO) for questions on rentals. If bringing your own targets notify the RSO at check-in so they can inspect the target.