N 45.081885, – E 3.458524
DOMAINE DE RABOULET / Raboulet / 43300 LANGEAC / France
100 to 1’850 meters.
- Steel plates at different distances
- Caliber restriction up to 0.499
- no tracers
- silencers mandatory
Come and join us, shoot in the lush hills of the Auvergne at Domaine Raboulet. After your arrival, we take out the 4×4’s and drive up to the shooting points. Inclinated shooting, crossvalley shooting, multiple distances. Its all here. Doing a summershoot here? Enjoy the pool after a hard working day on the range. EXLRS is shooting here since 2008!
Haute-Loire is a department in south central France and is part of the region of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes. The capital and largest town in the department is Le Puy-en-Velay. To the north of Haute-Loire lie Puy-de-Dôme and Loire, to the east lies Ardèche, to the south lies Lozère and to the west lies Cantal. The river Loire rises in the southern part of the department and flows northwards, creating a wide valley. On either side of this lie ranges of mountains in the Massif Central.[ The north part of the department is part of the Livradois-Forez Regional Natural Park, a protected area of traditionally-farmed agricultural land and woodland, covering a total area of 297,000 hectares (730,000 acres).
The department has four mountain ranges running north and south. These are the Haut-Vivarais and its continuation, the Boutières range, the Massif du Meygal, the Velay Mountains and the Margeride Mountains.
The highest point of the department is the Mont Mézenc (1753 m) and its average elevation is 719 m. The two-thirds of the area is over 800 m and the lowest point is 393 m.
Historically, Velay has been associated with the traditional region of Vivarais, now part of Ardèche. The two regions share a common dialect which is similar to that spoken in Provence, the reason probably being associated with the trade links between the two regions.
EXLRS RANGE SAFETY RULES
- 1st rule fo Fireams (treat every firearm as if it is loaded)
- no muzzling / sweeping (point firearm, up of down)
- If rifle is not used: bolt open, pointing in safe direction preferably with safety flag
- Magazine out / not placed
The firearm bolt is only closed: when it is in use, or when it is transported in a weapon case. Before packing up: rifle is to be checked by range master.
DO’s AND DONTs
- Eat breakfast and prepare/bring lunch
- Bring ammunition & gear for 1 day
- Daily water (1-3 liters) / sunscreen / sunglasses / hat-hoody / rain coat
- Behave as a guest
- Help out your buddies with their gear
- Have a flexible mindset (rain-> you might have to relocate your stuff)
- Be late
- Drink alcohol on the range