Ever get frustrated when looking for a range? Just trying to find a place to sight-in your rifle or work on your marksmanship? More times than not you end up driving halfway across the county only to find there's a membership fee required before you can set up a target. What would you think about going to an unmanned range?
For the past several years, the National Rifle Association has been working with a number of state Departments of Natural Resources bureaus to develop more unmanned public ranges. Tomorrow, in Kindards, South Carolina, we'll see the first one partially funded through NRA Grants ($75,000 in total) open for operation.
“I’m excited about this partnership we have with NRA and look forward to a very long partnership together,” said Emily Cope, Assistant Director for special projects for the South Carolina DNR.
Check back tomorrow and see how it goes!