Hammond Cove Public Shooting Range
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Address: Ferry Road
Hartland, VT 05052
Range Type: Pistol, Rifle
Days Open: Sept 1st -April 30th: Monday - Saturday: 8:30 a.m. to 30 minutes before sunrise.; Sunday: 9:30 a.m. to 30 minutes before sunset May 1st - August 31st: Monday - Saturday: 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.; Sunday: 9:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Latitude: 43.59224 Longitude: -72.35406
Phone: 802 234-9933
Maximum Distance: 100 yards
Firing Points: 6
Handguns Allowed: Yes
Rifles Allowed: Yes
Range Status: Open
From I-91: Exit 9 Hartland-Windsor (US-5, VT-12). Right onto Route 5. Stay on Route 5 in Hartland Village. Take Depot Road, second right as you leave Hartland. Follow Ferry Road, across 1-91, to Ferry Road. Follow Ferry Road to the range.
Shooters and spectators are required to wear hearing and eye protection.
Children (aged 16 years or younger) must be accompanied by an adult.
Do not handle or shoot any firearms while anyone is beyond or in front of the firing line, shooting benches or otherwise down range.
Before going down range, you must communicate to all shooters to cease shooting.
Loaded firearms must remain pointed in a safe direction at all times.
All shooters must fire from, or next to, the shooting benches.
Shooters must be on the firing line before capping and priming muzzleloaders.
All firearms must remain unloaded, with actions open, until the shooter is ready to fire at the firing line.
All objects, trash, targets and spent cartridge hulls must be removed or placed in trash receptacles by users before leaving the range.
Only paper targets secured to target frames are allowed (e.g. no cans, bottles, or other items).
Do not shoot at any target frames, vegetation, trash, range equipment or facilities.
THE FOLLOWING ARE PROHIBITED:
The use or possession of any Class III firearms (fully automatic) or any other firearm the possession of which is otherwise prohibited by law.
The use of tracer, armor piercing or steel core ammunition.
The shooting of any airborne or thrown objects (e.g. clay pigeons).
The use of cigarettes, pipes, drugs or alcohol.
Any person who is under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
The presence of any domestic animal or pets except bona fide Service and Assistance Animals.