Process for Joining OSA

By submitting this application I certify that I am not a member of any organization or group having as its purpose the overthrow by force or violence the Government of the United States or any of its political subdivisions; that I can lawfully own, possess or control and use a firearm; and that if admitted to membership I will fulfill the obligations of good sportsmanship and good citizenship.

The purposes of this organization include the encouragement of shooting sports with a better knowledge of the safe handling and care of firearms; the development of good marksmanship; the development of those characteristics of honesty, good fellowship, self-discipline and team play and self reliance.

Safety is the foremost consideration for all members of OSA, and any members who violate any rules of safe firearms handling, refuse to obey the commands of the Range Officer, violate any rules of Good Sportsmanship or Good Citizenship are subject to immediate expulsion.

All members must attend an orientation and safety seminar covering range operating rules and procedures, and also execute a release of liability waiver prior to using the range.

This application is subject to acceptance by the Board of Directors of OSA and reserves the right in its sole discretion to accept or reject any application or renewal of membership. Upon acceptance, the fees for application and the annual dues you submitted become non-refundable.

The Application Fee is $50.00 and the Annual Dues are $150.00 for the Principal Member, and $25.00 for the spouse. If there are minors to include, the Annual Dues are $25.00 each.

Family members under the age of twenty one (21) residing in the same household as the Principal Member and/or family members shown as Dependents on the application below, must also be shown on a separate Release of Liability Waiver document with certain legal qualifications requiring the signature of the parent or legal guardian.

If the membership is accepted, the Principal Member will hold voting rights in OSA. Spouse and Dependents will not. The Principal Member must ensure that a competent adult family member is present to coach and/or supervise the conduct of any Minor Family Member while the minor is at the range.

 All Principal Members must attend an Orientation.

Orientations are held at 10:30 AM on the first Sunday of each month at the range.

All Principal Members  must complete the range portion of the New Member Orientation (held in the afternoon) before receiving your ID Card/Gate Pass and full membership privileges.

Your ID Card/Gate Pass must be displayed on your person, preferably between your chin and your waist, at all times when you are at the range, whether participating or acting as a coach, instructor, range personnel or as a spectator.

If you have questions please Email the   osaboard20@gmail.com

We do not sell or share your information with anyone. We only collect information required in our application so we can provide the services necessary for maintaining the OSA Member Database, providing all paid and current members with access to the range, communication concerning the range, and of course, Safety, Safety, Safety.

I have read, fully understood and agree with the above and certify that I am twenty one (21) years of age or more, or legally emancipated.


 

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