BRACES SHOOTING RANGE LTD
Safety rules + Terms and Conditions
DOC 101 and DOC 202
Booking Terms and Conditions
Please make sure all members of the booking have read and accept the below terms before booking. It is the responsibility of the lead booker to ensure this is done. By clicking accept you are agreeing to our terms and conditions for all members of the booking.
Please do not book Clay Pigeon Shooting if you do not have a shotgun license.
By accepting these terms and conditions you are confirming that you are not a prohibited person under the section 21 firearms act.
This is for the safety of all our customers and staff. We have strict rules to stick to and both us and the authorities will be checking.
Air Rifle Ranges are for one person per lane, spectators must also be booked in as a participant.
If you feel unwell with a new, cough or high temperature do not visit the range, stay home.
LATE ARRIVALS booking times AND NO SHOWS
Sessions cannot be refunded or re booked for persons who fail to attend.
Where persons are late to arrive for their scheduled time slot, the session will be shortened to suit the remaining time allocated for that session.
Booking sessions will be stuck to it will not be permitted to stay on for later sessions regardless of if other customers have arrived or not. Should you want to book two back to back sessions on the airgun range you can do this in advance via the website.
All bookings must be accompanied by a £15 per person non-refundable deposit (including VAT).
Any deposit received is non-transferable and non-refundable unless more than 7 days’ notice is given.
Behaviour likely to cause danger or annoyance to other customers or staff are not permitted in any part of the range. Smoking is prohibited within the range
Vehicles are parked at the owners’ risk. we take no responsibility for damage caused to any vehicle using the car park (save for damage caused by an employee of Brace of Bristol) and no guarantee is given as to the security of the guests’ vehicles in the car park or any contents. No vehicles are permitted to remain on site, outside the ranges normal operating hours.
Drugs and Alcohol
Alcohol may not be brought into the range, any person found to be possessing alcohol, or who appears to be under the influence of alcohol will be refused admission to the range without any right to a refund. The use of illegal substances is strictly prohibited, and any person found possessing, using or who appear to be under the influence of illegal substances will be refused admission or escorted from the range without any right to a refund.
CCTV cameras are used to assist in proper running of the range. All data is processed and stored in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation. Any Subject Access Request for data should be addressed to Braces of Bristol via our email address detailed on our website.
We do not make any representation, warranty, or provide any guarantee as to the extent of coverage provided by the cameras or the quality of any recordings. All items, belongings and other property brought into the range by you are at your own risk and we accept no liability for any loss or damage to such property (save for damage caused by employees of Braces shooting range ltd).
No children under the age of 18 years are allowed into the firing range without a responsible adult. All children in all areas of the range (car parks, club house etc) must always be supervised by a responsible adult. The minimum age to participate is 12 years old, and under 18’s must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Child spectators are not permitted.
Braces Shooting Range Limited accepts no responsibility for any loss and/or damage suffered by you as a result of any event outside our control ( including any distress, inconvenience, anxiety or loss of enjoyment arising from the evacuation of the range). This does not affect your statutory rights.
CANCELLATION/FORCE MAJEURE AND LIMITATION
Deposits will not be refunded to any person who fails to attend or withdraws from the range. Alterations to your booking can be made up to 7 days in advance, subject to availability.
Where the event is prevented, frustrated or delayed due to force majeure (including but not limited to riot, strikes, natural catastrophe, severely adverse weather, power failure, fire or breakdown of plant or machinery) or any other cause beyond its control, Braces Shooting Range LTD’S liability shall be limited to refunding or (at Braces discretion) re-scheduling the event at a future date convenient to all parties.
SAFETY BRIEF/range rules
No person will be allowed into the firing range until they have read the safety rules/checked the range rules. Signs are up with the rules of the range and people are expected to adhere to them. anybody not complying to this brief can be removed from the range without any right to a refund.
NO MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC IS ALLOWED FORWARD OF THE FIRING LINE AT ANY TIME! Should you want to place targets up on the airgun range please ask a member of staff.
GUNS MUST ONLY BE LOADED WHEN POINTING DOWN RANGE. Guns must be de loaded when arriving at the range and when coming off the range you must ensure your gun is de loaded when pointing down range and magazine out of the gun before you allow the muzzle to point anywhere but down range on your lane/in your clay shooting stand.
GUNS MUST BE CARRIED OPEN AND EMPTY AT ALL TIMES,
AIRGUNS BEING MOVED MUST BE EMPTY WITH MAGAZINE REMOVED BARREL CLEARED AND SAFETY CATCH ON AND AT NO POINT COCKED.
Semi Automatic Shotguns must only be loaded and used with 2 cartridges on any of our stands.
You must only shoot the designated targets for the stand/lane you are using, shooting of anything else (including infrastructure, targets designed to be shot from different areas/ with different types of firearm, live quarry etc) will not be accepted and you will be charged for damage.
- Approved eye and ear protection MUST be used at ALL times by shooters and spectators.
Firearms and airguns should not be left unattended at any time.
ALL FIREARMS ENTERING OR LEAVING THE RANGE MUST BE UNLOADED AND PROPERLY CASED. Guns being removed and put back into their cases should be undertaken on the lane you are using with the gun pointing down range.
All firearms must be cleared, breach open and cased before transporting them between lanes
Firearms should stay in the lane they start in firearms should never be passed between lanes unless they are cleared, breach open and cased.
LOADING AND UNLOADING of the firearm may only be completed at the firing line with the muzzle pointed down range.
ALL FIREARMS MUST BE UNLOADED AND ACTIONS OPEN WHILE TARGETS ARE BEING HUNG OR CHECKED.
Incendiary or explosive targets are prohibited.
Any activity that would be considered to present a safety hazard is prohibited.
If any problem should occour with your firearm while on the firing line, leave jammed or non functioning firearm pointing down range and contact a staff member. DO NOT BRING THE FIREARM BACK ACROSS THE FIRING LINE.
Remember the Basics of Firearm Safety
- Treat all guns as if they are loaded
- Control your muzzle: Keep your firearm pointed in a safe direction
- Be sure of your target and what is beyond.
- Keep your finger outside of the trigger guard until you are ready to shoot.
Hearing and eye protection must always be worn when on the clay shooting line. Eye protection should be worn on the air gun ranges. Braces have supply of both should you need to borrow some please see a member of staff.
Braces Range Limited does not share your details or pass them to any third parties. On-line booking is securely processed by our card acquirer and Braces Shooting Range LTD does not store or retain card details given
SHOOTING CAN BE DANGEROUS
All shooting events can be dangerous. Despite taking all reasonable precautions unavoidable accidents can happen. In respect of these you are present at your own risk. All participants are required to sign an indemnity (doc named Braces Shooting Range Safety Disclaimer) as a condition of shooting.
Braces Shooting Range LTD Reserve the right to refuse entry/eject anyone who it feels are behaving in a dangerous manner or not adhering to the rules outlined within this document and on the ranges.
A declaration under section 21 of the firearms act 1968 must be signed by all persons entering the firing range. Refusal to sign would prohibit entry into the firing range without right to a refund.
HOW WE USE YOUR INFORMATION
We use the information you provide about yourself to provide you with information or to complete an order. We never share this information with third parties apart from what is necessary to answer a request or to complete an order. The same applies to information you provide about someone else.
Your return email address is used to reply to you and your email address is not shared with outside parties.