Safety

Fin, Fur and Feather Club Safety Rules and Operating Procedures

The Fin, Fur and Feather Club's safety rules are available here as a PDF file. A hardcopy version is provided to each new applicant during their attendance at the New Member Safety Class.

The safety of our members and guests is the clubs highest priority, and exhibited in the operation of the club. We expect all members and guests to observe safety regulations at all times. The club is equipped with number of high definition cameras to monitor range activities. 

New Member Safety Orientation schedule for 2019

Sunday 4/7 at 11AM in the Main Clubhouse - instructor - Otto R

Sunday 5/12 at 11AM in the Main Clubhouse - instructor -  Otto R

Sunday 6/9 at 11AM in the Main Clubhouse - instructor - Mark R

Sunday 7/7 at 11AM in the Main Clubhouse - instructor - TBD

Sunday 8/11 at 11AM in the Main Clubhouse - instructor - Christine M

Sunday 9/15 at 11AM in the Main Clubhouse - instructor - John G 

Sunday 10/13 at 11AM in the Main Clubhouse - instructor - Christine M

Sunday 11/10 at 11AM in the Main clubhouse - instructor - John G

Sunday 12/8 at 11AM in the Main Clubhouse - instructor - Steve B

Those interested in gaining access to the indoor/outdoor range need to qualify shooting 7 rounds at a 12X18 target at 25'. The qualification will occur following the new member safety meeting. Please bring your firearm, eye and ear protection to the meeting. Targets and instructions will be provided.

Additional training resources

 

Each year Fin Fur and Feather club offers a number of firearm educational programs instructed by Gun Owners Action League, please visit the events calendar for the schedule of these events.

Massachusetts Gun Law, Women on Target, Intro to Concealed Carry Pistols, Intro to International Defensive Pistol Association