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Safety Rules in Warsaw Shooting Range.

King of Shooting draws your attention to the safety rules to prepare you for the shooting event.
Developed by certified instructors. Be a good boy and reck that.

Be a safe shooter. We don't want you to hurt yourself and others. Target shooting is one of the most exciting and fun ways of entertainment, but at the same time, it requires focus and discipline from you. Shooting in real life is not as obvious as in movies, when good guys are hunting bad guys. So, if you are new to the shooting, the King of Shooting team will introduce to you the shooting rules and regulations. King of Shooting guarantees a complete safety instruction and presence of Warsaw shooting expert. Be a good boy and notice these regulations:

  1. Don't touch guns without a permission of instructor.
  2. Always use special shooting equipment - shooting goggles and ear defenders.
  3. It is strictly prohibited to aim at people, raise fire in the air or aim at any objects which are not the targets. Shoot only straight.
  4. Use photo camera only after instructor’s permission, but definitely without the flashbulb - it can distract the shooter from the target.
  5. Take a valid identification document (i.e., passport, ID card, driver’s licence) with you.
  6. And the most important rule - bring a good mood with you. :)

King of Shooting guarantees great time for YOU and your friends in Warsaw shooting range if you follow these rules. We will make your shooting event mind-blowing to make sure that you will leave with great impressions.

Safety Training


At every shooting session aim only straight at the shooting targets. Any turn with a loaded and aimed gun is not allowed. Never aim the weapon at the people.


Always use ear defenders. Without them the shooting noise can damage your hearing.


Hold the weapon with both hands. Keep your body and hands strained. Every gun upon the shot has a rebound, so your hands must be strained.


If you are just a shooting observer always stand in safety area behind the shooters back. Don't stand next to him or in front of him. Best position is at the back and a little bit to the left side, as after every shot the used cartridges are jumping out of the gun to the right side and can hurt you.