(SMALL ARMS) RANGE ORDERS FOR THE CROSS
1. The Range
a. Name. The Cross
b. DLRSC Serial Number: N/A
c. Location: 539319
d. Air Danger Area Identification and Height: EDG 604, 1500 Ft
e. MOD Form 905. N/A
2. Weapons and Ammunition that may be Fired on the Range
L96, LRSR, GPMG (SF) 0.5 HMG
a. 0.5 HMG requires authorisation from Range Officer via Range Control, 14 days
notice is required
The following ammunition may be used:
7.62mm, .338 inch, 0.5 inch
3. General. These range orders are to be read in conjunction with the mandatory publications
for the weapons, ammunition and practices to be fired on the range.
4. Duties of the RCO.
The RCO must fully comply with Pam 21 SST and safe skills relevant to this practice and
Range Conducting Officer. Suitably qualified Officer, WO, NCO.
a. On Arrival at the Range. Satisfy their self with the condition of the range
b. Before Firing Commences. Sign on the 906 and verify Range Clear with the Warden
c. During Firing. Maintain SST as per Pam 21
d. After Firing. A complete clearance of debris to the wardens
satisfaction prior to signing off the 906
e. Before Departing the Range. NSP’s according to Pam 21
f. Danger A red flag is to be hoisted on the flagpole attached the Bunker,
ie “In Use Flag”
g. Range Sentries Must be posted in accordance with Sec 3 to these SO’s
h. Range Comms. A telephone on the Camp net is situated in the Bunker Shelter,
It is to be manned throughout and a secondary comms link with
the trg troops to be established if required .
E Parking Vehicles are to be parked only on the designated car park as
instructed by the Range Warden
5. Duties of the Range Warden. As Per LSS Assignment Instructions and Standing Orders
6. Danger Flags
Range in use flags must be posted by the bunker
Barry South , Pistol South, Check Zero, IBSR, Pegasus, Demolition not to be used while
this range is in use. Field Firing South is limited.
Road movement is restricted and controlled by sentries
8. Co-ordinating Instructions.
a. Ammunition NCO/Guard.
b. Orders for Sentries ( As Annexes).
c. Non Standard Practices.
d. Non Standard Weapons/Equipment.
e. Use of Range by Foreign Forces, Civilian Police, Civilians and non MOD
f. Lane Discipline.
g. Arrangement of Targets.
h.. Any Limitations on one range when another is being used.
i. Reporting of Incidents.
j. AINC procedures to be complied with
Immediate Action to be taken in case of accident requiring immediate Casevac.
Procedure to be followed in event of casevac required within the ”Golden Hour’.
IMMEDIATE ACTION BOARD
PROCEDURE TO BE TAKEN IN THE EVENT OF AN ACCIDENT /
1. STOP FIRING / FREEZE AREA
2. ADMINISTER FIRST AID
3. INFORM RANGE CONTROL ON Ext. 3426
WITH THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
A. LOCATION OF INCIDENT
(e.g. “A” Range – 300 metre Firing Point)
B. NUMBER OF CASUALTIES
C. TYPE OF INJURY
(e.g. GSW or Broken Limb)
D. REQUEST R.V. DETAILS, FOR EMERGENCY SERVICES,
FROM RANGE CONTROL.
4. SEND GUIDE TO DESIGNATED R.V. IF REQUIRED.
5. ENSURE NO-ONE TAMPERS WITH EVIDENCE
9. Weapons and Ammunition
10 Medical (list here items of medical personnel and equipment that the user might be required
to supply e.g. RMA3 1st aid kit, stretcher, vehicle).
11. Transport (e.g. All vehicles are to be parked in the designated parking areas).
COMMAND AND COMMUNICATION
12. COMMAND AND COMMUNICATION
Camp Comd’t. - 0131310 3423
Range Officer - 0131310 3424
Range Control - 0131310 3426
Admin Office - 0131310 3425