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The LRRC facility offers nine ranges given all shooters a safe place to enjoy their style of shooting. Click on a range below to find out more about what each range offers. This section is designed only to introduce the amenities each range has to offer; please see the Range Rules section for complete regulations for each range.

  • Archery Range
  • Pistol and .22 Rimfire Range
  • 100 Yard Multi-Purpose Range
  • 200 Yard Rifle Range
  • Practical Pistol Range
  • Tactical Training Bays
  • Rimfire Walk-about Trail
  • Shotgun Range
  • Long Distance Canyon Range

100 Yard Multi-purpose Range

Calibers Allowed: any rimfire and centerfire cartridge up to .50 BMG. NO ARMOR PIERCING OR STEEL PENETRATING AMMO ON STEEL TARGETS, this ammo is fine on paper if you would like to sight-in with it. Offers a covered shooting line with 14 benches and 1 prone point (7). Point (9) has a chronograph pad. Three additional benches are enclosed in a shed that is heated by a woodstove – perfect for developing loads and keeping warm while dialing in a rifle in the middle of winter.
Target lines are at 25 yards, 50 yards, 75 yards and 100 yards.  Several target trees with steel plates are placed at 110 yards.


Long Distance Canyon Range

Calibers Allowed: any caliber up to .50 BMG No Armor Piercing or steel penetrating ammo allowed to be used on the steel targets.
There are several possible firing lines on this range, but only one may be used at a time. When arriving at the range, observe the sign to see if there are shooters down range. Even if the sign reads "Unoccupied" , you must change the sign to read "Personnel Down Range" and drive all the way to the target pits to verify there are no shooters down range. There are firing lines at 100, 200, 300, 600, 800 and 1,000 yards from the target pits. There are two steel target trees located 85 yards and 160 yards behind the target pits, allowing for a 1,160 yard shot. Additionally, there is a firing deck adjacent to the 600-yard line where shooters can engage the steel targets located throughout the canyon.
From the 600 yard line, there are target boards placed at 100 yards and 200 yards.

Practical Pistol Range

Calibers Allowed:
Shotgun - Lead shot up to “00” buck can be used on paper targets as well as slugs.
Pistol – The following calibers are permitted from handguns; shooters must use standard velocity ammo (velocity < 1,200 FPS): .32 & .380 ACP, 9x18 Russian, 9MM Lugar, .38 Special, .357 SIG auto, 38-40 & 44-40 WCF, .40 S&W, .44 Special, 45 ACP, and 45 Colt. Due to increased velocity, no centerfire rifles chambered in the above calibers is allowed to be used on steel targets.
Rifle – With prior clearance from the Chief Range Safety Officer, the use of 5.56 MM to 7.62 MM NATO calibers may be permitted. These approvals will be limited to training courses (i.e. Law Enforcement, NRA, and Appleseed) with an approved safety officer present during the firing.   
Absolutely no high power rifle ammunition.
There is single target line, and markers at 5 yards, 10 yards, 15 yards and 25 yards back from the line. Steel targets are located behind the line. No shooting at steel targets at distances closer than 30 feet/ 10 yards.

Pistol and Rimfire Range

Calibers Allowed: All Pistol inside the shelter and Rimfire only from the concrete benches. No centerfire rifles. Offers a covered / standing firing line with 10 firing points and 6 uncovered seated benches. Target lines are at 7 yards, 15 yards, 25 yards and 50 yards. Some small steel targets are available as well.

200 Yard Range

Calibers Allowed: Rifle center fire calibers. No .50 BMG on steel targets.
Offers a covered shooting line with 5 benches
Targets line is 200 yards. Steel targets are at 210 yards.
No shooting at intermediate distances.

Rimfire Walk-about Range

Calibers Allowed: .22 rimfire only

3-Gun Bays
Pistol Calibers, shotguns, centerfire up to 7.62mm /.308 win