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PARK AUTHORITY RULES
BULL RUN PUBLIC SHOOTING CENTER

Public activity at all properties and facilities owned and operated by the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority (NVRPA) is controlled by state law, local ordinance, Park Authority Regulations, Park Authority Rules, and general operating policies, permits, and procedures, each providing penalties for noncompliance. The following Park Authority Rules apply to conduct at the Bull Run Public Shooting Center. The Shooting Center is to be used in a manner providing for the safety and enjoyment of all. Failure to abide by these rules may result in violators being ejected from the park.
Shotgun Sports

1. Shotguns are the only firearms permitted for recreational activity at the Bull Run Public Shooting
Center. The possession or use of all firearms must be in strict accordance with Virginia state law
and Park Authority Regulations.

2. Any and all shooting must be conducted under the supervision of an NVRPA authorized field
safety officer.

3. Shooters and spectators must comply with orders of any authorized field safety officer.

4. Shooters must be at least eighteen (18) years of age or be accompanied by a shooting adult
while on the premises.

5. Persons under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or other substances that may inhibit their ability
to react are prohibited from shooting.

6. Inexperienced shooters are required to complete a “learn-to-shoot” training program prior to
initial use of the range.

7. All shooters must pay appropriate fees prior to shooting.

8. Shooters must ensure that shotguns are properly maintained and that barrels are clear of
obstructions.

9. No shotgun barrel may be shorter than 23 inches.

10. Restrictions Regarding Ammunition:
• Number seven and one-half (7 1/2) shot is the maximum shot size permitted.
• The maximum dram equivalent is three (3) drams.
• Ammunition must conform to the firearm manufacturer’s specifications.

11. Shotguns should be pointed safely at the ground or in the air away from all persons.

12. Shotgun actions must remain open and shotguns may be loaded only when it is your turn on
the shooting station.

13. “Dud” ammunition must be presented to the field safety officer for disposal and may not be
discarded on shooting fields or shot fall areas.

14. Youth model shotguns are to be shot by youth or smaller stature adults only.
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