The Coyote Point Rifle and Pistol Club (CPRPC) is the San Francisco Bay Area’s premier Olympic-style Precision Shooting club, based at the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office Siebel Firearms Training Range. The range is owned and managed by the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Department. Public shooting is facilitated by volunteers from the Coyote Point Rifle and Pistol Club who operate as its Range Safety Officers (RSO).
PUBLIC HOURS OF OPERATION
The range is open to the public for shooting rifles (NO PISTOLS) by reservation only.
Days: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
Times: 7:00pm-10:00pm in one hour increments
Online Reservations Only
Waivers must now be submitted online for all participants.
The range may be closed due to inclement weather, without prior notice.
The range may be closed for Law Enforcement training, without prior notice.
PUBLIC RANGE BASIC INFO
All shooting is done at 100 yards only.
No ammo sales or gun rentals are offered at the range.
Handguns, shotguns (without magnified optics), and Black Powder firearms are NOTpermitted.
.45 cal or smaller.
Bullets that are lead, jacketed lead core, lead-free (solid brass, bronze, or copper), or polymer tipped are allowed.
Lead slugs for scoped/sighted shotguns are allowed.
No steel core, steel bi-metal, or steel jacketed ammo (all ammo will be checked with magnets, if bullet is magnet, it’s not permitted). Tracer ammo is not permitted. Armor penetrating ammo is not permitted. All painted color tipped ammo is not permitted (red, orange, green, black, blue, white, etc.).
Buckshot or birdshot ammo is not permitted.
Shooters must bring all firearms to the Range unloaded and inside rifle cases or gun bags (locked if required by law).
Shooters must bring chamber flags for each firearm.
Everyone must wear eye and ear protection anywhere on the range (not just shooters). There is no personal protection equipment offered for rent or sale at the Range.
There is limited space at each shooting lane so please bring no more than 3 rifles per visit. Store firearms below your shooting bench. There are no rifle racks or ready tables.
No more than 2 shooters per lane, one at a time.
See DIRECTIONS for instructions how to get to/enter range and free parking