By Kyle Jillson | April 8 2013 13:08

NRA conference to make your range the best it can be heads to the Mile High City this weekend

NRA Range Development & Operations Conference

Fairfax, Virginia - How good is your local shooting range? Could it use any improvements? In five days the NRA can give range owners the information they need transform their facilities into the best and safest option for shooters in the area at the NRA Range Development & Operations Conference.

This five-day industry seminar walks range owners and operators, of both existing and proposed range facilities, through identifying all of the potential problems associated ranges. From the novices to the decades-old ranges, everybody has something to learn. Environmental concerns, safety issues, properly development, you name it and we can handle it.

These conferences aren't targeted at any specific group. The workshops can be applied to anyone: government agencies, commercial, public, private, school, club and casual ranges - indoor and outdoor.

Conference attendees receive a multidisciplinary perspective on major topics including:

  • Business Planning
  • EPA Lead Standards
  • Grants
  • Construction
  • Sound Abatement
  • Range Equipment Costs
  • Master Planning
  • Range Maintenance
  • Range Safety
  • Law Enforcement
  • NRA Programs
  • Insurance

There's a conference going on this weekend in Denver, Colorado, but another one is coming up in Fairfax, Virginia, at NRA Headquarters September 29 - October 2.

If you have any interest in attending, sign up now. These seats fill up fast and sell out months in advance.

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.

Would you like to know more? Contact range@nrahq.org or call 877-NRA-RANGE for more information and to reserve your spot. Registration can also be done online at https://www.nrahq.org/shootingrange/register.asp.

If you'd like to run a successful shooting range, this conference is integral to helping you achieve your goal.

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