We have large first aid kits on the ranges. We are less than five minutes from the nearest ambulance and EMT. Fifteen minutes from the trauma center.
You might think I am considering gunshot wounds and I am not ruling those out. But when I go to the range, as I will this weekend to help with a public event, I can look around and tell you what the likeliest emergency is.
It's heart attacks, stroke, heat exhaustion, fainting. There are a lot of older members. They come to help and they push themselves. The guests are sometimes not in the best of health. Every time the rescue squad has been called when I was there, it has been for fainting, being lightheaded, or shortness of breath.
Our latest addition to the safety equipment is an automatic defibrillator. I expect it will get used sooner or later.