Range Resource by MTM Case-gard

You may already know this, but our great country is filled with public shooting ranges. We set out to explore them and provide a starting pointing to finding a couple in your state. The first episode is Kentucky. With Tennessee, Alabama, Missouri, and more in future epsiodes. 

In this handy guide, you'll find a list of public shooting ranges for each of the lower 48 U.S. states. Yup, that's right! From Alabama to Wyoming, we've set out to find the best spots, open to the public, for you to exercise your Second Amendment right and enjoy some good ol' fashioned shooting.

Happy shooting!

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Click on your state of interest to grab printable maps


        1. Alabama
        2. Alaska
        3. Arizona
        4. Arkansas
        5. California
        6. Colorado
        7. Connecticut
        8. Delaware
        9. Florida
        10. Georgia
        11. Hawaii
        12. Idaho
        13. Illinois
        14. Indiana
        15. Iowa
        16. Kansas
        17. Kentucky
          Watch our video at a public range in Kentucky
        18. Louisiana
        19. Maine
        20. Maryland
        21. Massachusetts
        22. Michigan
        23. Minnesota
        24. Mississippi
        25. Missouri
        26. Montana
        27. Nebraska
        28. Nevada
        29. New Hampshire
        30. New Jersey
        31. New Mexico
        32. New York
        33. North Carolina
        34. North Dakota
        35. Ohio
        36. Oklahoma
        37. Oregon
        38. Pennsylvania
        39. Rhode Island
        40. South Carolina
        41. South Dakota
        42. Tennessee
          Watch our video at a public range in Tennessee
        43. Texas
        44. Utah
        45. Vermont
        46. Virginia
        47. Washington
        48. West Virginia
        49. Wisconsin
        50. Wyoming



The information provided in the Range Resource shooting range guide is intended for general informational purposes only. It is not an official guide endorsed by any governmental agency or authority. Visitors are strongly advised to verify all information provided in the guide and to independently research local firearm laws, regulations, and ordinances before visiting any suggested public shooting range. Laws and regulations regarding firearms and shooting activities may vary significantly between jurisdictions and are subject to change. The creators of the Range Resource shooting range guide disclaim any liability for errors, inaccuracies, or omissions in the information provided, as well as any consequences resulting from reliance on such information. Visitors are solely responsible for ensuring compliance with all applicable laws and regulations when engaging in shooting activities at any suggested shooting range.

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