RVSSA is opening the Historic Camp White Rifle Range – "High Power Rifle Range" to the public.
RVSSA is looking for responsible, interested, people to participate and enjoy this range.
RVSSA Public Range Safety Rules and Firearms Restrictions apply – review the important links on the home section of this site.
As this range is part of the Jackson County Sports Park access to the range will require a valid range pass.
A valid pass is any of the following:
A current RVSSA day pass
(1 per shooter – can be purchased at Public Range entrance – 6800 Kershaw Road)
A current RVSSA family pass
A current RVSSA individual pass
A current Oregon Hunter’s Association membership card
Active duty military identification
A one-dollar target fee will be charged for the day.
Public Shooting event format: Tuesday/Thursday events will be time/distance shooting relays* i.e.,
Public shooting operational format:
NO unsupervised shooting – RVSSA Range Officer must be present!
Do not remove your rifle from your vehicle, until instructed by the Range Safety Officer
There will be a safety briefing before each relay. After the safety briefing shooters will be paired up (one to shoot, one to operate and mark the target - Shooters might want to bring a friend). After 20 minutes of fire. All rifles must be made safe (empty with actions open - use of chamber flags is required and chamber flags can be rented), Rifles and equipment then can be returned to the shooters vehicle. The target pit will then be unsealed and a pit change will be made. Shooter goes to the target pit and the target puller comes to the firing line.
The original Camp White target mechanisms are functional and will be used. Shooters may use the provided targets or may bring their own targets which can be fastened to the existing provided target.
Eye protection is required for ALL individuals in the target pit area during live fire. A hat with a bill is also highly recommended for additional eye protection.
Hearing protection is recommended. Preferably, enhanced electronic ear muffs, so as to able to hear the Range officer’s commands.
Please be advised; Cover is provided ONLY on the 600 yd. Firing Line, and there are NO shooting benches anywhere on the range. If a shooter wishes cover or to shoot off a bench they must bring their own. Shooting can be done prone, sitting or standing. If a shooter is going to shoot prone it is advisable to bring a shooting mat.
All firing is single round only. If you are using a rifle that has a magazine, do not have more than 5 rounds in the magazine.