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Range day Dane Cty LE Training Center This Weekend 10-6p


Regular Member
May 14, 2010
Somewhere over the Rainbow
Confirmed, Through a DNR grant they are opening up the range at the Dane Cty Law Enforcement Training Center for public use. As long as you want for $10 this weekend Sat and Sun from 10-6p Show up with Gun ammo and targets

Dane County Law Enforcement Training Center
5184 Hwy 19 Waunakeee
(608) 849-2660


Saturdays and Sundays: Sept. 7 - Nov. 3, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
During this period, at least two ranges will be open to the public to use for shooting and target practice. Shooters will not be limited in the time they spend on the range unless there are no open firing positions and others are waiting.
Daily: Nov. 9-22, 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.:
A 100-yard rifle range will be open to the public for sighting in firearms in preparation for the gun deer-hunting season (during these dates rim fire .22 shooting will not be permitted). Sheriff’s Office staff may limit the time shooters spend on the range during this high-use period. Experienced firearms instructors will be on hand to provide assistance with sighting and adjusting of firearms.
Target stands will be provided at the range. Shooters should bring ear and eye protection, targets and their own ammunition.

Fees of $10 per person per day will be charged by the Dane County Sheriff’s Department. During the hunter sight-in program, November 3-16, a fee of $5 for each additional gun will be charged. Fees must be paid with cash or personal check. Credit cards are not accepted.

Minors: Minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. A minor must be at least 12 years old and present proof of enrollment or completion of the DNR Hunter Safety Program in order to shoot at the range.
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