Sheriff Elliott present for new sign placed at Ft. Gibson WMA Toppers Gun Range
In the month of September, Wagoner County Deputies have been performing maintenance on the Toppers Gun Range. The cleanup was performed by the Wagoner County Sheriff's Office, in partnership with CEEDS (Community Environment Enhancement and Development Corporation).
On 09-28-2020 Wagoner County Sheriff Chris Elliott, members of CEEDC, and Game Warden B. Half were all present for a photograph in front of a new sign that was placed at the entrance to the Ft. Gibson WMA Toppers Gun Range. The sign was donated by CEEDC to remind individuals of the rules and regulations of the range.
Please ensure you follow the regulations when using the range. The Wagoner County Sheriff's Office and Oklahoma Department of Wildlife may issue a written warning or citation for anyone who fails to follow the rules and regulations of the range.
All users of the gun range must follow ODWC WMA and Gun Range Regulations. To shoot at a Wildlife Department shooting range, users must possess a hunting, combination license, or otherwise be exempt. You can check out the OKWC Rules and Regulations here: https://wildlifedepartment.com/ooj/odwc-shooting-range-update
Additionally, if you need to complete an Hunter Education Course you can do that at the following link: https://www.wildlifedepartment.com/education/hunter-ed/online-hunter-ed. Hunter education covers a variety of topics including firearms safety, wildlife identification, wildlife conservation and management, survival, archery, muzzleloading and hunter responsibility. It is available online, 4-hour home study, or an 8-hour traditional course.