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Please note that in extreme weather the Range Safety team will be on the ranges to monitor conditions.

In excess of 25mph wind readings, we will cease firing on the range in question. Once a cease fire has been called, all targets should be lowered to prevent further damage to target frames or injury to customers or staff.

The Range Safety Team will continue to monitor the wind and aim to get shooting to recommence once conditions are at a sustainable and safe level. You will be individually advised when shooting is permitted to recommence. Please do not continue to call range control over the control net

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