MSHSCTL rules prohibit the following:
- Clothing that exposes any part of the torso, including but not limited to, cutoff t-shirts, halter tops, tank tops, etc.
- Short shorts and low riding shorts or pants revealing undergarments or buttocks.
- Flip-flops or opened-toed shoes/sandals.
- Any clothing with pictures, caricatures, designs, messages, writings, or other embellishments with direct or indirect references to alcohol, tobacco, sex or sexual connotations, drugs, gambling or profanities..
- It is MANDATORY the Athlete’s jersey and hat must be worn at all team competitions and other Club & League events.
- Uniforms will be worn over extra shirts when needed to stay warm. Jackets as needed will be permissible.
- Safety Glasses (Shooting Glasses): Shell casings fly during shooting sports. Protect your eyes. Don’t just wear your favorite sunglasses or use common glasses. Shooting glasses may be wrap around or have side shields. Shooting glasses must have approved safety lenses.
- Ear Protection: Foam plugs are the cheapest and work very well. Ear muffs or headphone style can sometimes get in the way, but work extremely well to protect your hearing. Hearing protection is required, but the exact type is optional.
- Shooting Vest (or hip shell bag): You will be firing at least 25 shells every round. Accessing your shells safely and without thought is important while on the firing line. If using a vest, only Team provided or Team approved vests will be accepted (i.e., mesh backed, if athlete owned).
- Shotgun: A clean, well maintained working shotgun with a case to keep it in or for transport. Your firearm is not a toy. Only pump, semiautomatic or break action 12 or 20 gauge shotguns are allowed.
- Ammunition (shells): Proper ammunition is a must. Only size 2 ¾” long, 7 ½, 8 and 9 shot shells are allowed.
- Positive Attitude: The first safe thing you can do is bring your positive attitude while shooting.
Always ask a Coach or Range Safety Officer before using different or unexpected equipment on the range.