By Kyle Jillson | September 6 2012 17:54

Learn valuable range development skills from the NRA

Range Development & Operations Conference

Do you own a firing range or are thinking about opening one? Want it to be the best, safest option for shooters in the area? Well look no further than a NRA Range Development & Operations Conference, which focuses on the fundamental aspects of building and maintaining a shooting facility.

This five-day industry seminar is designed to educate range owners and operators, of both existing and proposed range facilities, to identify potential problems associated with engineering, environmental issues and safety. There's no way you won't walk away from this conference with a wealth of knowledge on ranges.

And the information taught is vital for everyone: government agencies, commercial, public, private, school, club and casual ranges - both indoor and outdoor.

Conference attendees receive a multidisciplinary perspective on major topics including:

  • Developing business and master plans 
  • Public hearings and zoning boards 
  • Environmental sound 
  • Insurance 
  • Lead on outdoor ranges and OSHA lead standards 
  • Range maintenance Range safety

A conference will be held next month in sunny San Diego, California... but unfortunately all spots have been sold.

Your next chance to attend is this coming April 6-10 in Denver, Colorado. Next spring probably isn't on a lot of people's radars, but tickets for these conferences go fast and if you want to go, purchase one as soon as you can.

One of the key elements for advancement in any profession is continuing education. Today's shooting range operator needs the savvy of a businessman, the wisdom of a firearms enthusiast, and the knowledge of a health and safety professional. The most successful professionals constantly strive to improve their knowledge and expertise by pursuing opportunities to learn from associates and experts.

Want a ticket? Contact Kara Schlifke at range@nrahq.org or 877-NRA-RANGE to get more information and to reserve your spot. Registration can also be done online at https://www.nrahq.org/shootingrange/register.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. If you'd like to run a successful shooting range, this conference is integral to helping you achieve your goal.

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