[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Westbury 7-1-1965 (Ch. 35 of the 1964 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
At all times that a shooting gallery or rifle range is open for business, there shall be in charge an attendant not less than age 18.
All firearms at any shooting gallery or rifle range shall be unloaded, except when in use by an attendant or customer. No attendant shall permit any customer to load any firearm, but the attendant shall load it. Such loading shall not take place until the customer has signified his desire to use the firearm, except where an attendant desires to use the firearm for purposes of demonstration, practice or testing.
All firearms shall be kept affixed to the premises by chain or other device so that they may not be readily removed by any member of the public, or shall be placed out of reach of members of the public so that they cannot be obtained except by an attendant.
Whenever no attendant is present at the shooting gallery or rifle range, all firearms used at such shooting gallery or rifle range shall be either removed from the premises or placed out of sight in a locked room or compartment of sufficient strength to resist ready access.
Whenever no attendant is present at the shooting gallery or rifle range, all ammunition on the premises shall be kept out of sight in a separate room or compartment from any firearm, which room or compartment shall be locked and of sufficient strength to resist ready access.