Kinards, South Carolina - In May we told you about the opening of the Belfast Range in Kinards. Belfast was the first range built through the NRA Public Range Fund Grant Program, a project that encourages local and state agencies to work with NRA in order to build or improve public ranges across the United States. And tomorrow we'll be back for more.
A little after the sun comes up in the Palmetto State, the Belfast Range will be open for an Electronic Target Hunter Sight-In Day. Thanks to the targets supplied by ShotResponse, plinkers, recreational shooters, serious competitors and more are welcome to come on down to Belfast and give it a try.
Each shot will be reflected and scored on a monitor to your right. All you'll have to do is readjust your sight, get comfortable and send another round down range. After all is said and done, NRA staff will be on hand to print up your targets and hand out a few goodies while supplies last.
So get up early, pack up your rifle and head down to Belfast. Located at 6655 Hwy 560 in Laurens County, this is a great opportunity to sight in your rifle or show off to your friends with the electronic targets, tomorrow only, at Belfast.