Outdoor Range, Handguns, Rifles, Cowboy Action
- Shooting Distances
Over 1000 Yards
We have purchased 481+ acres of land from the BLM. The property is located two miles south of Vale, off Lytle Blvd. We can accommodate almost any type of shooting for recreational or competitive purposes, from point blank range to 1,000 yards. The State and County Highway Departments have placed signs to the Shooting Complex on the major access highways through Nyssa and Vale. There are firing and impact berms for high power rifle from 100 yards through 600 yards, and at 1,000 yards, with 20 firing stations. The Practical Pistol pit has five firing lanes, measuring 10-30 feet wide and 20-50 yards deep and a large circular pit that is 60 feet in diameter. There are also storage huts and tank. There are twenty target frames and holders, ten pepper poppers, six 8" plates and three 10" square plates. Cowboy Action is shot in the Practical Pistol pits. They have 8 store fronts, 30 metal targets, including 10 SASS little cowboys with special stands, a horse, mannequin and several gun racks. There are four animal stands for High Power Rifle Silhouette and Black Powder Cartridge Silhouette, at 200, 300, 385 and 500 meters, with a covered firing line and storage, statistical hut. There are 14 cement benches in a cement deck for Bench rest and Cast Bullet Bench rest. There is a hut for storage and impact areas at 100 and 200 yards. The short range firing line is 1,000 feet long and contains a covered Smallbore Rifle Silhouette range with four 10-animal stands at 40, 60, 77 and 100 meters. There is also a warming hut. The Pistol Silhouette range has covered firing stations, a warming hut and will accommodate all the eighteen or so different Pistol Silhouette disciplines, with impact berms at 40, 50, 75, 100, 150 and 200 meters, with three 5-animal stands at various distances. The 20 stations for Smallbore Rifle have 50 and 100 yard stands, a covered firing line and a warming hut. There are five portable benches (one left hand). There is a safety fence west and south, in back of the impact areas.