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#CleanRange

We believe people should be able to enjoy a safe and fun experience on the range without worry.

Our range protocols and procedures continue to evolve in accordance with guidance from the CDC and local state health officials. Through the power of individual ideas and creativity, we seek to build an environment that leads the industry in cleanliness and exceeds customer expectations in safety and health. 

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Pre-booking is required for all On the Mark Archery programs.
Online registration allows for individuals or groups to submit electronic waiver forms that minimize paper transactions and save time getting you on the range.
All shooting lane spot markers are spaced 6' apart whenever possible at indoor and outdoor events.
Limit of one archer removing arrows from the target at any given time reduces potential for traffic areas. Capacity is monitored and adjusted in accordance with government health mandates.

Spectators must remain outside of the designated range area.
Sanitized equipment is distributed via instructors wearing disposable gloves and protective masks as participants move onto the range. Designated shooting lane are measured out to 6’ apart on the range and there is a 2 archer per target limit (unless immediate family or shared household).

Archers receive their own individual bow, arrows, quiver, and armguard. Fingertabs and athletic tape are recommended, but not required. Equipment exchanges and replacements can only be made through a coach. Hand sanitizer is available at the registration table.

Cleaning

At the end of each session, participants return their equipment separately to designated racks, bins and tables marked “Used.” Staff follow standard operating procedures during the interim between groups to disinfect the bows, arrows, quivers, armguards, target faces, and any surfaces or objects that archers may have come into contact with.

Per government order, face coverings are required.