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Apparently every time a person visits Wake County Public range,
they have to pre-register (and obviously get recorded) in the State database.

Wake County Firearms Education and Training Center (ncwildlife.org)

Of course, the plausible reason is 'Covid'.
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The range must follow Executive Order 176 which limits inside gatherings to 10 people.
Required - Preregister for a Shooting Lane: WCFETC Lane Calendar
Frequently Asked Questions


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Range Operations under COVID Safety Guidelines:

  • Prior to Going to the Range:
    • Preregistration is required by reserving a shooting lane on the WCFETC Lane Calendar (only registered customers will be permitted at the range)
    • After completing the registration process, a confirmation email will be sent with Range Day instructions.
    • Ages 12-17 must have a waiver signed by a parent or legal guardian and be accompanied by an adult 18 years or older. (link to waiver below)
  • Upon arriving to the Range:
    • Masks must be worn at all times.
    • All participants must arrive 30 minutes prior to their reserved lane time to check-in and attend the safety briefing.
    • All firearms must be cased and left in your vehicle until assigned a shooting lane
    • Shooting times are limited to 1-hour blocks
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