The range I use is outdoors in a state Wildlife Management area, There are very few rules and nobody there to enforce them. There are, of course, the basics concerning being under the influence, cleaning up your brass and trash, and minors being supervised by an adult. Other than that the only posted restrictions are:
-No full auto weapons.
-No tracer ammo or other incendiary rounds. (Fire concerns)
-No tannerite or other “exploding” targets.(Fire again)
-No ammo specifically manufactured as to be “armor piercing”.
That’s about it. A far as movement goes, whether forward, backward, laterally, or while firing, it all depends on how many shooters are there. If I’m by myself, which happens often in the morning and/or on a weekday, anything goes. Multiple targets, multiple angles and distances, moving targets, moving shooters, draw from holster, draw from concealment, draw multiple weapons, etc, etc. The governing factor is the safety of other people present. You’re expected to use some judgement and discretion and courtesy when other folks are around; in other words, be a grown-up about it.