A firing range is a specialized facility designed for firearms practice.
Each facility is typically overseen by one or more supervisory personnel, called variously a range master in the United States or a range conducting officer or “RCO” in the UK. These supervisory personnel are responsible for ensuring that all gun safety rules are followed at all times at the shooting range.
These guides and handbooks lay out the comprehensive guidelines for operating a safe and beneficial firing range. These guidlines can easily be adapted for civilian or militia training compounds. You will discover comprehensive plans for building a firing range. These include multiple designs for various different layouts and space confinements.
Learn how to build and operate a safe and beneficial firing range for private or public use.
This handbook deals with the construction and maintenance of various types of ranges, such as range planning, layout and maintenance.The primary aim of this volume is to present basic standards in order to achieve a degree of national standardization in range construction and layout in the various units and bases across Canada.
This circular provides information about Army training ranges including guidance on developing and operating Army ranges and is an indispensable handbook designed for trainers, range and mobilization planners, engineers, coordinators, and mandated range project review boards at all levels of the Active Army, Army National Guard, and Army Reserve.