The range has no official dress code. However, there are important things to take into consideration
when putting together your range ensemble.
The range is indoors so you don't need to worry about certain elements of the weather such as wind or rain.
However, the air in the range is circulated by pulling in air from the outside.
Therefore, the temperature inside is about the same as the
temperature outside, possibly even a bit
cooler on winter mornings with the large fans providing the airflow. You should consider wearing layers.
firearms expel very hot metal casings at a high velocity and in unpredictable directions.
Therefore, it is highly
recommended that you wear a billed hat. Baseball-style caps are the most common but feel free to
express your own style - bearing in mind that your hat shouldn't get in the way of your hearing or eye protection.
It is also recommended that you wear high-collar or closed-neck blouses or shirts.
Alas, it is better
to appear prudish than to have burns in delicate areas.
The range has a solid cement floor.
Considering that and the flying brass mentioned earlier, it is recommended that
you wear flat-heeled, closed-toe, thick-soled, comfortable shoes.