Junior Range Badge

Junior range badge holders, 16 years of age and above, having a certificate of qualification (NRA, Boy Scout, 4H, etc.) & range orientation course affidavit signed by a club officer, reviewed by the executive board, approved by the trustees, and conforming to all federal, state, and local firearm regulations, may use the range, for which they are qualified, without adult supervision.

Badge Expiration Date

An individual range badge gives full use of the AGC Range from the date of purchase until its expiration on December 31st of each year. A 30 day grace period is given to still use the range and renew by January 31st of the next year.

You must bring the following documentation to the AGC Range to receive your new badge or annual sticker or to buy a replacement badge:

• Government issued photo ID
• Affiliated Club Membership Card that shows year of membership matching new badge year
• Receipt printed from our web store as your proof of purchase, if pre-purchased online
New badge holders must also bring an AGC Range Safety Orientation Affidavit (signed by the person that gave the orientation)

Renewing a badge can be completed during normal range hours with the help of any Range Safety Officer that is not on patrol. You must have your photo ID range badge in order to renew.

To purchase a new range badge or a replacement badge, you must see AGC office staff during scheduled range badge sales hours which are normally M-F 10am – 2:30pm and Sunday 9am – 3pm. The schedule is also published on the AGC calendar.

The cost of a Replacement AGC Photo ID Range Badge is $25.