Prohibited Person’s Policy

NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS ON THE GROUNDS OF THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE SHOTGUNNING ASSOCIATION

It is the policy of the Pennsylvania State Shotgunning Association to adhere strictly to all state and federal firearms laws and regulations and to require the same of anyone on the premises of the Pennsylvania State Shotgunning Association.

No person who is disabled by federal or state law from the possession of a firearm, including the frame or receiver of any such weapon, shall possess any firearm, or the frame or receiver of any such firearm, on the grounds of the Pennsylvania State Shotgunning Association. Any such person found to be in violation of this rule shall be immediately reported to the police and required to immediately leave the premises.

Any person who facilitates or enables the possession of a firearm, or the frame or receiver of any firearm, by a person who is otherwise disabled by the state or federal law to be in possession of a firearm, or the frame or receiver of any such firearm, shall be immediately reported to the police and required to immediately leave the premises.

Any person who shall violate this policy of the Pennsylvania State Shotgunning Association shall be disqualified from participating in any shooting event and shall otherwise be precluded from discharging a firearm on the grounds of the Pennsylvania State Shotgunning Association and such person shall forfeit any fees paid for targets, options and any prizes or purses.

Any person who, in violation of this policy, shall participate in any event in which the winner shall be entitled to a firearm, including the frame or receiver of any such weapon, shall be disqualified from receiving such a weapon, its cash equivalency, or any other award or prize and shall forfeit any entry fees or other monies paid to the Pennsylvania State Shotgunning Association for participation in the event.

Any firearm, or the frame or receiver of any such firearm that is forfeited by a participant for violation of this policy shall be awarded to the next eligible participant. If there shall be more than one eligible participant, such eligible persons shall shoot-off to determine the winner under such rules as shall be promulgated by the Pennsylvania State Shotgunning Association.

The interpretation and application of this policy shall reside exclusively with the Pennsylvania State Shotgunning Association. Any person who participates in any event conducted by the Pennsylvania State Shotgunning Association or who is otherwise on the premises of the Pennsylvania State Shotgunning Association consents to be bound by any determinations made under this policy by the Pennsylvania State Shotgunning Association, all of whose decisions are final.

The Pennsylvania State Shotgunning Association will have full responsibility for conducting shoots on the premises. All decisions pertaining to these shoots will be made by the Manager, under the supervision of the PSSA Executive Committee.