How are your Clubs dealing with coming out of the lockdown.

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How are your Clubs dealing with coming out of the lockdown.

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I got a message to night asking if I would be willing to open up and run the indoor range next Tuesday 13th for underlever rifle. The Club has introduced an on line booking system. You book slots and a maximum of four shooters are allowed with an RCO. With Covid restrictions in place.
How are your Clubs responding to the changes.
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#2 Post by Christel »

Is that allowed, thought indoor sport was not happening as of yet?
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#3 Post by Pippin89 »

My club is opening as of next Thursday with all the same measures as before. Online booking, every other firing point, cleaning products a'plenty, a form to confirm you don't have symptoms etc.

Christel - Indoor sports open 12th April.
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#4 Post by Christel »

Ah,,,as we are not allowed to go indoors at other people's homes until 17th of May I figured the same applied.
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#5 Post by Pippin89 »

Christel wrote:Ah,,,as we are not allowed to go indoors at other people's homes until 17th of May I figured the same applied.
Yes, I believe you are not allowed to socialise indoors but can be indoors with other people from 12th April. So go shooting, just dont talk to anyone! lol
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#6 Post by Christel »

Honestly...

Not that it makes any difference to me as I will not be going inside anytime soon.

Luckily our club has indoor and outdoor ranges.

Crossing my fingers that we all will be enjoying our sport soon.
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#7 Post by Les »

We will have to phone and make an appointment for a half-hour 'slot'. I think they allow 5 or 6 shooters at a time.

You come in, shoot and go home again. There is no socialising inside the club.
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#8 Post by 38Super »

Similar to the above for us from next Monday.
Online pre-booking of a time slot.
No socialising in the range.
Maintaining social distance and sanitising.
2m between firing points.
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#9 Post by Daryll »

Yes, Our outdoor club opened when they eased the restrictions.. last Sunday was the first proper club day, although some people have used it during the week.
Only 4 shooters at a time (to give 2 m distancing), specially Covid trained RO's, no socialising on the range.
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#10 Post by strangesam »

Pre booked slots,

1/2 the fireing points to allow social distancing,

No socialising.

Masks and ventilation..

Exactly what were doing last year before this current lockdown.
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