By Lars Dalseide | February 18 2011 10:54
NRA Range Development & Operations Conference heads to Nashville on NRAblog

Current and impending shooting range owners need to pull out their collective maps and calendars; Nashville March 26-30, Buffalo June 4-8, and Reno October 15-19. These are the places and dates that NRA's Field Operations will be holding their Range Development & Operations Conferences. And if you don't know what that is, then you probably need to attend.

The NRA Range Development & Operations Conference is a five–day course that covers the fundamentals of building, owning, and maintaining a shooting facility. There you will here from experts on subjects such as:

  • Creating a business plan
  • Dealing with zoning boards
  • Environmental sound
  • Insurance issues
  • Meeting OSHA standards
  • Range maintenance
  • Range safety

"There are a number of unforeseen issues that arise when people begin the process of building a range," said Senior Range Services Coordinator Kara Schlifke. "We can help you successfully navigate those minefields. And for those with an operation already up a running, there are always new issues and regulations to address."

Registration can be done online at www.nrahq.org/shootingrange/development.asp. For $450, you'll spend five days with America's top range development experts who will share their knowledge and experience in the field. All this will help you achieve your ultimate goal of ensure the public has a safe and convenient place to shoot.

For additional information, contact Kara Schlifke at range@nrahq.org or call 877-NRA-RANGE.

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