Standard Operating Procedures

MAXEY RIFLEMAN GUN CLUB, Inc.

STANDARD
OPERATING
PROCEDURES

May 22, 2014; First Revision January 22, 2015

MAXEY RIFLEMAN GUN CLUB, INC.
P.O. Box 1091
Paris, TX 75461

Adopted by the Board of Directors: May 22, 2014
First Revision January 22, 2015



STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES

TABLE OF CONTENTS: 2

Preamble 3
Chapter 1 Membership 4
Chapter 2 Organization Chart 6
Chapter 3 Range Rules 7
Firearms Safety Rules 7
Maxey Rifleman Gun Club, Inc. Firing Range Rules 8
Chapter 4 Range Operations 10
Use 10
Gate Combination 10
Guests 10
Restrictions 10
Range Control 11
Range Safety Officers 11
Safety 11
Unsafe Acts 12
Matches 12
Match Briefing 12
Targets 12
Firing Points 12
Use of Club Facilities for Training Classes 13
SAFETY PLAN 13
Appendix 1 Membership Application and Release from Liability 14
Appendix 2 Safety Violation / Incident Report Form 17



MAXEY RIFLEMAN GUN CLUB, INC.
STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES
Preamble

The Maxey Rifleman Gun Club, Inc. was founded in 1984 as the Maxey Rifleman's Black Powder Club. The first meeting of the Maxey Rifleman's Black Powder Club was called to order on July 14, 1984 by acting chairman, Larry Jackson who was then elected President. Others elected were: Gary Jack Ingram, Vice President; Nancy Jackson, Secretary; Susan Thompson, Treasurer; and Murray Jackson, Tournament Chairman. The Gun Club was incorporated in November of 2002 as the Maxey Rifleman Gun Club, Inc. (here in referred to as the Gun Club)

The Gun Club's firing range is located 2 miles from Loop 286 on CR 32500 at FM 79 in Paris, Texas on 34.83 acres of property leased from the City of Paris, Texas.

The Gun Club is a Nonprofit Corporation whose basic goals are to promote safe and enjoyable firearms usage for all qualified individuals. Membership is available to any person who is 18 years of age and is not prohibited by law from possessing a firearm.

The Gun Club is affiliated with the National Rifle Association (NRA), the International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA), and the Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP). Membership in the NRA is not a requirement for membership in the Gun Club, but it is highly recommended.

The Gun Clubs elected Directors in their role as Officers of the Gun Club. and operating in accordance with the By Laws have ascertained a need to protect the Gun Club, its members, and its officials. This need is the enforceable regulation of firearms safety while on club property. Accordingly, the following Standard Operating Procedures (here in referred to as "SOP") are promulgated as a requirement for each member to read, understand and agree to as a condition of membership. Enforcement will be by the Gun Clubs Officers and Range Safety Officers.

These SOP comply with the Gun Clubs By Laws. All interpretations of the By-Laws and this SOP are at the discretion of the Officers and Board of Directors (BOD). Should there be a conflict, the SOP must be revised in line with the By Laws.

The SOP are posted on the Gun Clubs web site and are subject to change without prior notice



MAXEY RIFLEMAN GUN CLUB, INC.
STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES
Chapter 1

MEMBERSHIP
" The Gun Clubs Board of Directors have set the maximum number of members at 650.
" Gun Club Membership is available to any person who is at least 18 years of age and is not prohibited by law from possessing a firearm. Membership is a family membership including people living at the home and under the age of 21. It is for the use of the members and their guests only. The spouse, children, and guests of the Gun Club member shall be supervised by the Gun Club member. Members may bring the same guest a maximum of three times per year.
" To Join, an eligible person must:
o Submit Membership Application
o Be approved by Board of Directors
o Attend New Member Orientation (Exceptions: Law Enforcement, Military, and Texas Concealed Handgun License Holders)
o Pay Dues and Initiation Fee

ANNUAL DUES
Regular Membership $50 per year.
NRA or TSRA $40 per year.
Active Duty Military $25 per year.
Work Day $25 per year.

INITIATION FEE
Regular Membership $50.
NRA or TSRA $40.
Active Duty Military $25.

DUES NOTICE
Dues notices will be sent monthly to all members whose memberships will expire in 2 months. The notices will be sent by email or by the US Postal Service where no email is available. One reminder will be sent by the US Postal Service in the month a membership expires.

EXPIRED MEMBERSHIP
If a membership has been expired longer than 1 month, that person must apply as a new member.



MAXEY RIFLEMAN GUN CLUB, INC.
STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES
Chapter 2

Organization Chart

Gun Club Board of Directors
" Scott O'Brien 903-449-3404 sobrien@suddenlink.net
" Dave Osborne 903-905-3676 osbornedave49@gmail.com
" Jerry Dudley 903-784-2354 conjer1208@yahoo.com
" Terri Pressley 903-782-5734 terri.pressley12@gmail.com

Gun Club Officers
" President Scott O'Brien
" Vice President Dave Osborne
" Secretary/Treasurer Barbara Edwards

Gun Club Volunteers

4-H Shooting Coach/Leader
" Shane Welch

International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) Point of Contact
" Ryan Sloan
" Bethany Sloan

Range Safety Officers

IDPA Certified Safety Officers
" Scott O'Brien
" Michael Pressley
" Terri Pressley
" Robin Weddle

National Rifle Association Certified Range Safety Officers
" Johnny Johnson
" John Mustarde
" Scott O'Brien
" Howard Olson
" Dave Osborne
" Michael Pressley
" Terri Pressley
" Jack Thomson
" Robin Weddle



MAXEY RIFLEMAN GUN CLUB, INC.
STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES
Chapter 3

Range Rules

Individuals using the range shall become familiar with the Firearms Safety Rules and Range Safety Rules and Procedures prior to using the range.



FIREARMS SAFETY RULES

1. ALWAYS keep the gun pointed in a safe direction.
This is the primary rule of gun safety. A safe direction means that the gun is pointed so that even if it were to go off it would not cause injury or damage. The key to this rule is to control where the muzzle or front end of the barrel is pointed at all times. Common sense dictates the safest direction, depending on different circumstances.
2. ALWAYS keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.
When holding a gun, rest your finger on the trigger guard or along the side of the gun. Until you are actually ready to fire, do not touch the trigger.
3. ALWAYS keep the gun unloaded until ready to use.
Whenever you pick up a gun, immediately engage the safety device if possible, and, if the gun has a magazine, remove it before opening the action and looking into the chamber(s) which should be clear of ammunition. If you do not know how to open the action or inspect the chamber(s), leave the gun alone and get help from someone who does.
When using or storing a gun, always follow these rules:
4. Know your target and what is beyond.
Be absolutely sure you have identified your target beyond any doubt. Equally important, be aware of the area beyond your target. This means observing your prospective area of fire before you shoot. Never fire in a direction in which there are people or any other potential for mishap. Think first. Shoot second.
5. Know how to use the gun safely.
Before handling a gun, learn how it operates. Know its basic parts, how to safely open and close the action and remove any ammunition from the gun or magazine. Remember, a gun's mechanical safety device is never foolproof. Nothing can ever replace safe gun handling.
6. Be sure the gun is safe to operate.
Just like other tools, guns need regular maintenance to remain operable. Regular cleaning and proper storage are a part of the gun's general upkeep. If there is any question concerning a gun's ability to function, a knowledgeable gunsmith should look at it.
7. Use only the correct ammunition for your gun.
Only BBs, pellets, cartridges or shells designed for a particular gun can be fired safely in that gun. Most guns have the ammunition type stamped on the barrel. Ammunition can be identified by information printed on the box and sometimes stamped on the cartridge. Do not shoot the gun unless you know you have the proper ammunition.
8. Wear eye and ear protection as appropriate.
Guns are loud and the noise can cause hearing damage. They can also emit debris and hot gas that could cause eye injury. For these reasons, shooting glasses and hearing protectors should be worn by shooters and spectators.
9. Never use alcohol or over-the-counter, prescription or other drugs before or while shooting.
Alcohol, as well as any other substance likely to impair normal mental or physical bodily functions, must not be used before or while handling or shooting guns.
10. Store guns so they are not accessible to unauthorized persons.
Many factors must be considered when deciding where and how to store guns. A person's particular situation will be a major part of the consideration. However, mechanical locking devices, like the mechanical safeties built into guns, can fail and should not be used as a substitute for safe gun handling and the observance of all gun safety rules.



MAXEY RIFLEMAN GUN CLUB FIRING RANGE RULES

1. All Club Officers and Range Safety Officers must be obeyed.
2. Violations of any of these rules may result in termination of club membership.
3. Keep firearm unloaded until ready to shoot. No loaded firearms behind the firing line stations or left unattended (i.e. parking area, racks or benches).
4. THERE IS TO BE NO FIRING WHEN ANYONE IS DOWN RANGE ! Before going down range for any reason, notify all shooters on the firing line by calling a Cease Fire. It is mandatory for all shooters to unload their firearms before anyone goes down range and is considered a courtesy not handle them while anyone is down range.
5. No firing from behind the firing line which is the front edge of the concrete on both the rifle and pistol areas of the firing range.
6. No shooting in front of the firing line stations unless authorized by Match or Event Director.
7. No firing Rifles or Shotguns from the Pistol Range unless authorized by Match or Event Director.
8. Shooting 50 Cal BMG firearms is not allowed on the Maxey Rifleman Gun Club Firing Range.
9. Eye and ear protection are mandatory on the range.
10. Place targets on the backers so that any rounds fired will hit the berm.
11. Shoot in your lane only. Do not fire across the range.
12. Using GLASS as targets is prohibited.
13. No tracers, incendiaries or armor-piercing ammunition are allowed. No explosive or pyrotechnic devices are allowed, i.e., Tannerite.
14. Do not use target boards to test shotgun patterns.
15. Please keep the gate closed and locked at all times. This will be a small inconvenience to everyone but will help keep out all non-members. Also, please do not give out the gate combination to any non-members.
16. All shooters must have a membership card or be accompanied by a club member unless it is a shooting event open to the public.
17. Members are responsible for their guests. All shooters under the age of 18 must be supervised by an adult at all times when they are on the firing line.
18. A members dues cover their spouse and dependents only. Any guest may be invited to the range twice. However, the third time they must pay for their own membership.
19. Clean up your trash before you leave, including shotgun shell hulls and trash targets. Deposit all litter in the provided trash containers.
20. Killing of any animals within club boundaries is not permitted.
21. No alcoholic beverages will be allowed before or during any shooting session.
22. Any organization desiring to lease the range must have the club presidents approval 21 days in advance.
23. When you arrive at the range, if your combination does not work, try a vigorous push/pull of the lock which often frees the action. If your combination is plainly wrong, call to get the correct code.



MAXEY RIFLEMAN GUN CLUB, INC.
STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES
Chapter 4
Range Operations

Use:
" The Maxey Rifleman Gun Club Firing Range is designed to provide authorized personnel access to a facility where they can conduct live firing in order to become proficient with legal, privately owned firearms.
" The Range has a measured distance of 200 yards. There are Firing Points at 25 yards, 100 yards, and 200 yards and benches at 100 yards, and 200 yards.
" There are Latrine Facilities available but no water.
" Members are responsible to maintain the premises and properly dispose of trash generated at the Range.
" On club grounds, members are required to show their membership cards, if requested by a Gun Club Officer or Range Safety Officer.

Gate Combination:
" Do not give the Gate combination to anyone.
" Other than a scheduled Match, when you enter the Range, you must lock the Main Gate behind you, and the combination lock numbers must be scrambled. That way if someone comes, they will have to be a member to get in.
" Last one out locks the gate.

Guests:
" Members are allowed to bring guests to the Range with them, but the guest must leave with them.
" Guests must abide by all the rules.
" All persons under 18 years of age are to be under the supervision of an adult.
" No Member is authorized to permit non Members to use the Range, when the Member is not present.

Restrictions:
" Range availability is at the discretion of the Gun Club Officers.
" Shooting at the Range can only be conducted during daylight hours.
" There will be no firing of 50 caliber BMG at any time.
" No firing Rifles or Shotguns on the Pistol Range unless authorized by Match or Event Director.
" No one is permitted to fire fully automatic guns (Class 3) except law enforcement.
" No tracers, incendiaries or armor-piercing ammunition are allowed.
" No explosive or pyrotechnic devices are allowed.
" Do not leave live rounds at the Range.
" Do not use facilities or trees for targets or back stops.
" Vehicles prohibited on the firing range except for handicapped people to change targets.

Range Control:
" It is every Members responsibility to ensure that shooting is conducted safely.
" All members and guests must obey all instructions given by Gun Club Officers, Match/Event Directors, or identified, certified Range Safety Officer when shooting on any range.
" If you are a Member of the Gun Club, you have access to the Range anytime. The exceptions to this will be times scheduled by the Gun Club Officers for events.
" There will be times when you may be at the range by yourself or with other Gun Club Members doing casual shooting that is not supervised.
" In the absence of any of the above, the first Gun Club Member on the range assumes the duties of Safety Officer.
" The clearing of the downrange is done visually where possible, but must be cleared around all obstacles.
" All members and guests must agree that the firing line is active HOT, and that downrange is clear, before handling any firearms,
" Do not depend on other people's implied agreementall shooters must verbally agree the firing line is inactive (COLD), all firearms will have their magazines removed, actions open, bolts removed or open, slides locked back, cylinders open, flint hammers down and firearm unloaded and on the bench or racked before anyone goes downrange. NO EXCEPTIONS.
" Some shooters may not notice that you want to go down range or may not hear youremember they are wearing hearing protection.
" Please be courteous and work with the others so that all Members and Guests can get the greatest use of the Range.

Range Safety Officer (RSO):
Individuals appointed by the Board to supervise shooting activities as prescribed by the SOP.

Safety:
" Every person at the Range is responsible for his own safety and the safety of all others.
" Anytime, anyone witnesses an unsafe situation, he is to immediately call "Cease Fire".
" All people present at the time are to immediately stop shooting, clear all ammunition from all firearms and ground their firearms leaving their magazines removed, actions open, bolts open or removed, slides locked back, cylinders open, flint hammers down and firearm unloaded and on the bench or racked before going downrange..
" Firearms cannot be handled again until everyone is behind the Firing Line.
" Shooting may resume only after the unsafe situation has been corrected.

Unsafe Acts:
" If you are at the Range, and you observe an unsafe act being performed by anyone on the Range, please tell that person that they must follow this SOP (Range Safety Rules).
" If they continue, do not cause a confrontation.
" Try to get the person's name and vehicle license number and report the information along with the date and time to a Gun Club officer as soon as possible.
" The Gun Club Officers will take the necessary action to correct the problem.
" If the violation puts you in danger, leave the Range immediately.

Matches:
" Anytime there is a Match, there must be a Range Safety Officer (here in referred to as the RSO) on the Firing Line at all times.
" The RSO will govern the handling, loading and firing of all guns on the Firing Line.
" Non Members must sign a Release from Liability before being allowed to participate in any Match.
" Members not involved in the Match are not permitted to shoot without the RSOs permission.
" A First Aid Kit and a Cell Phone must be available at all matches.

Match Briefing:
" Before the start of every Match, a Safety Briefing will be read by the RSO to all participants on the Firing Line.

Targets:
" Plan aheadbring targets and a means, i.e. stapler, tacks, or tape to attach the targets to a backer board.
" If you place items on the Range or berm, these items must be removed or cleaned up before leavingthis includes but is not limited to Items such as used targets, beverage containers, etc.
" You set it up, you clean it up.

Firing Points:
" All rounds fired at the Range must be fired from an Approved Shooting Area and directed at an Approved Impact Area.
" No shooting is permitted from any other location on the property.
" No shooting is permitted diagonally across the Range.
" Should there be the slightest doubt as to what is permissible and what is not, contact a Club Officer before firing.

Use of Club Facilities for Training Classes.
" Gun Club Members who are Firearms Instructors and who are approved by the Gun Club Board of Directors may conduct the Firing Range portion of their classes at the Gun Club Firing Range on a non interference basis, provided they have Liability Insurance naming the Maxey Rifleman Gun Club, Inc., its officers, its members, and the City of Paris Texas, as additional insured in the amount of $1,000,000/$2,000,000.
" All students must also sign a release from liability which holds harmless the Maxey Rifleman Gun Club, Inc. and the City of Paris Texas in addition to the Instructor.
" The Individual providing the services will maintain control of and supervise all of the students while they are on Club property.

SAFETY PLAN
Immediate Injury Response
" Call an immediate cease-fire on the range where injury occurred. Ensure that all firearms are unloaded and clear with all actions open.
" CALL 911 IMMEDIATLY
" Provide immediate first aid with in your capabilities to injured person.
" Absent of any Range officers or Directors any member can take charge and will coordinate the securing of the scene and the injured person.
" Information to provide EMS
" Location address- County Road 32500 at Farm Road 79
" Your Telephone number
" Number of people injured
" Condition of injured
" First aid provided
" Answer any other questions
" Wait for EMS to hang up
" If able, assign a person to meet EMS and or Sheriff at the front gate and escort them to the scene.
" If possible, take pictures of the injury and the scene of accident.
" If no Range Safety Officer or Director is present, notify one as soon as possible and inform him/her of the incident

Fire Safety and Fire Response
" In the event of a fire, CALL 911 immediately.
" Location address- County Road 32500 at Farm Road 79
" Observe all Lamar County burn ordinances and burn bans.



Appendix 1
MAXEY RIFLEMAN GUN CLUB, INC.
PO BOX 1091
PARIS TX 75461



MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION
(Please print legibly)

Name:__________________________________________________________________
First MI Last
Address:________________________________________________________________
Street City State Zip
Primary Phone:____________________ Alternate Phone:__________________________
(optional)
E-Mail Address for Newsletters, Dues Notices, etc.:_____________________________
Date of Birth:_________________________
Spouses Name:_______________________
Dependents Name:____________________ Date of Birth:________________
Dependents Name:____________________ Date of Birth:________________
Dependents Name:____________________ Date of Birth:________________
Dependents Name:____________________ Date of Birth:________________
Status (Circle One):
Regular $100.00 (Dues + Initiation Fee)
NRA or TSRA Member $80.00 (Dues + Initiation Fee)
Military* $50.00 (Dues + Initiation Fee)
*Active Duty, Guard, Ready Reserve
NRA Membership Number: _______________ TSRA Membership Number: ___________
(Required for NRA Discount) (Required for TSRA Discount)
**Military Rank, Branch, Unit, and Duty Station: ___________________________________
(Required for Military Discount)
**CHL Number: ________________
**Police Officer Badge Number: ________________
**Military Members, Police Officers, and CHL Holders are exempt from the New Member Orientation
Total Amount Paid: $______________Check #:____________
Signature:___________________________________________________ Date:___________
Witnessed By:________________________________________________

1 Atch: Release from Liability (Signature Required)


RELEASE, INDEMNIFICATION, AND HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT

Maxey Rifleman Gun Club, Inc.

[PRINT NAME]_____________________________ hereinafter "Individual," in consideration of being allowed to come on the premises of MAXEY RIFLEMAN GUN CLUB, INC. (MAXEY) and to use its equipment and facilities, and for other good and valuable consideration the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, Individual hereby agrees:
1. Risks: There are inherent risks associated with the handling or discharging of firearms, and the handling or firing of live ammunition. These risks vary considerably depending on the specific activity and the experience level of the persons involved. These risks may include but are not limited to the possibility of property damage, injury, damage to hearing or eyesight, paralysis, permanent disability, disfigurement, and even death. The risks may be caused by gunshots, malfunctions of ammunition or firearms, or mechanical failure; ricochets or injuries from flying objects; contamination by lead or other substances; dangerous conditions on the premises or with the improvements; motor vehicles or other equipment; plants, insects, animals, uneven terrain, and weather; ordinary risks associated with athletic and outdoor activities; the acts or omissions of the Individual, other persons, or the instructors; Acts of God; and/or other causes. Some of these risks may be known, but some may be unknown and unforeseeable.
2. Release: The Individual understands that MAXEY operates a shooting range and may provide equipment or facilities, but MAXEY is not responsible for providing insurance or guaranteeing safety. Individual agrees that MAXEY will not be liable for any Risks associated with the Individual's presence at the Facility, or use of the Facility or equipment by the Individual or others. The Individual acknowledges that the cost for membership and/or use of the Facility would be much higher if MAXEY was to provide that additional coverage. Individual therefore fully and completely releases MAXEY, its officers, directors, agents, and employees, and the owner of the land on which the Facility is located, from any Claims, to the fullest extent permitted by law. This release specifically includes any negligence by MAXEY and/or its officers, directors, employees, agents, volunteers, range safety officers, and other personnel, and the negligence of other individuals, members, competitors, guests, spectators, and other persons at the Facility. Individual further agrees to indemnify, hold harmless, and defend those persons and entities from any Claims asserted by Individual, his spouse and other family members, guests, spectators, and anyone else accompanying Individual at the Facility, and further covenants on his behalf and theirs not to file suit or assert any claim based in whole or part on those Risks. The Individual accepts and assumes those Risks, waives all Claims against MAXEY and its officers, directors, agents, and employees, and the owner of the land on which the Facility is located, for himself/herself and for his/her personal representative, heirs, successors, assigns, spouse, and family members and agrees to obtain his or her own insurance if desired. The Individual executes this document on his or her behalf, and also on behalf of his or her spouse, heirs, executors, administrators, family members, children, guests, spectators, and anyone else accompanying the Individual at the Facility at any time.
3. Indemnification: The Individual agrees to indemnify, hold harmless, and defend MAXEY and officers, directors, agents, and employees, and the owner of the land on which the Facility is located from any liability, fault, costs, expenses, claims, or legal actions arising out of or related to Individual's presence, acts, or omissions.
4. Gun Safety: The basic rules of safe gun handling are: 1. ALWAYS keep the gun pointed in a safe direction. 2. ALWAYS keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot. 3. ALWAYS keep the gun unloaded until ready to use. Know your target and what is beyond. The rules for safely using and storing a gun are: 4. Know your target and what is beyond. 5. Know how to use the gun safely. 6. Be sure the gun is safe to operate. 7. Use only the correct ammunition for your gun. 8. Wear eye and ear protection as appropriate. 9. Never use alcohol or other-the-counter, prescription or other drugs before or while shooting. 10. Store guns so they are not accessible to unauthorized persons. 11. Be aware that certain types of guns and many shooting activities require additional safety precautions. Individual represents that he or she knows and understands these rules, and will comply with them at all times when at the Facility. Individual promises to read and follow the Bylaws, Standard Operating Procedures, rules, and regulations established by MAXEY, and will obey all instructions given by MAXEY or any of its officers, directors, employees, range safety officers, or instructors.
5. Individual's Representations and Warranties: The Individual represents and warrants that he and any family members, guests, spectators, and other persons accompanying the Individual at the Facility have a basic knowledge of gun safety, and sufficient knowledge to safely handle and operate any firearms or other equipment which will be used at the Facility. Individual agrees to supervise his family members, guests, spectators, and other persons accompanying the Individual at the Facility, to ensure that they remain safe and act safely, to make sure they follow all of MAXEY's policies while they are at or near the Facility, and to make sure each of them signs a Release in this same form, before they engage in any other activities at the Facility. Individual represents and warrants that he or she can read and understand the English language.
6. General Terms and Conditions: Individual's representations, indemnifications, and waivers in this agreement shall be construed as broadly and inclusively as permitted by law. If any term or provision of this agreement is held to be unenforceable or invalid, the enforceability of the remaining terms and provisions shall not be impaired. Individual hereby acknowledges and agrees that Individual has read this document and understand the terms within it, including its legal effect. Individual executes this agreement voluntarily. This agreement shall be governed under the law of the State of Texas. Venue for any lawsuit relating in any way to this Agreement or any other dispute involving Individual and MAXEY shall be in Lamar County, Texas. The provisions in this document shall never expire, and shall remain in full force and effect in perpetuity unless superseded by another agreement.
7. Definitions: As used herein:
a. "Claims" shall include any and all claims, causes of action, liability, fault, costs, expenses, and legal or equitable actions of any kind arising from or related in any way to the Activity, or from the presence, acts, or omissions of MAXEY, other Individuals, the owners and operators of the Facility, or other persons present during the Activity. The term shall include, but not be limited to claims of negligence and gross negligence; personal injury, theft, property damage or destruction; wrongful death and survivor claims; premises liability; other tort claims; and all other claims of any kind. It shall include but not be limited to claims for damages, fines, exemplary damages, attorney's fees, court costs, and all other claims for money, equitable relief, or other relief of any kind.
b. "Facility" shall include the shooting range operated by MAXEY and any other premises which are subject to MAXEY's control, or on which an activity organized by MAXEY is conducted.
c. "MAXEY" shall refer to MAXEY RIFLEMAN GUN CLUB, INC.; its officers, directors, agents, and employees; and all instructors, trainers, range officers, coaches, independent contractors, organizations such as the International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA), United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA), National Rifle Association (NRA), Texas State Rifle Association (TSRA), Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP), Texas 4-H Shooting Sports, Boy Scouts of America, and other persons, clubs, or organizations involved in any way in activities conducted at the Facility.
[CHECK ONE]
_____ Individual represents and warrants that he/she is eighteen years of age or older.
_____ Individual is under eighteen years of age.

If Individual is under eighteen years of age, Individuals parent or guardian signs this document individually and for of himself and the minor individual, accepts all of the terms in this document; and authorizes the minor Individual to possess, store, carry and use firearms and ammunition, including handguns and handgun ammunition, and to come on MAXEYs premises and use MAXEYs equipment and facilities.


_______________________________ ________________________________ ____________________
SIGNATURE PRINTED NAME DATE



APPENDIX 2

Safety Violation / Incident Report Form
Name: ________________________________ Date of Incident: _____________

Address: ______________________________ Time of Incident: ____________


Telephone Number (Day): ___________________ (Evening): ____________________

1. Describe the incident: ___________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________

2. People involved: ______________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____

3. Was anyone injured? ___________ If so, report on an Injury Report Form.

4. Was this during an organized event? ____________

Was the incident reported to a Safety Officer or the organizer? _________

5. Were any Emergency Services called? ____________________________________

What agency? __________________________________________________________

6. Describe steps taken to document the incident (equipment, photographs, etc.):
______________________________________________________________________

7. What Range did the incident occur on? ____________________________________

A. Witness (Name): _____________________________________________________

Phone Number (Day): _______________________ Evening: ____________________

B. Witness (Name): _____________________________________________________

Phone Number (Day): ___________________Evening:__________________________

8. Notes and Comments: __________________________
_________________________________________________ ________________

9. Disposition and follow-up: ______________________________________________