Serving our Community since 1946

Shooting Range Open to the Public


With our apologies, the Range will be closed Saturday, April 7th for the RR Bar Annual Crap Shoot. 


Our range is open every Tuesday and Saturday!!


The Lucerne Valley Lions Club operates the only public shooting range in the High Desert and is our primary fundraiser to support our charities.  We are open to the public on specific days, so please check the schedule and hours of operation when planning a visit.

All persons using the range will adhere to the posted Range Rules and must obey the on-site Range Master AT ALL TIMES. Safety is our number one concern.


Hours of Operation & Prices as of July 1, 2016


Rifle & Pistol Range

Open:  5:00pm - 8:00pm

$8.00 Adults

$4.00 Under the age of 16

Trap Range

Open:  5:00pm - 8:00pm

$6.00/per round (25 clays)

When applicable: $25.00 per person for Trap Competitions 



Rifle & Pistol Range

Open:  8:00am - 3:00pm

$10.00 Adults

$5.00 Under the age of 16 

 Trap Range

Open:  8:00am - 1:00pm

$6.00/per round (25 clays)

When applicable: $25.00 per person for Trap Competitions 

Archery Range

Open:  9:00am - 3:00pm

$5.00 Adults

16 and under are free, when accompanied by a parent/guardian

For more information, please call:

Cliff:  (760) 885-1350, Linda: (760) 248-7670 or Bob:  (909) 633-7790


CALENDAR: Click here to view our Calendar for range events such as Action Pistol, Ladies Night, and upcoming classes.

          RANGE RULES

1.  Range Master has absolute authority on the range

2.  All firearms will be unloaded and action open, except on firing line

      a.  Unattended firearms must be unloaded and action open

      b.  In the event of a malfunction, see range Safety Officer before moving firearm

3.  Keep muzzle pointed in a safe direction and finger off of the trigger until ready to fire

4.  No tracer, armor piercing incendiary ammo allowed

5.  No full auto or unlawful firearms allowed

6.  Eye and ear protection will be worn at all times on the firing range

7.  Do not go "down range" until cleared to do so by the Safety Officer

       a.  Unload, open the action, remove magazine, and ground (or bench) all firearms

        b.  Stand behind safety line during the cease-fire

8.  Do not handle any firearms during a "Down Range" or cease-fire

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