Our rimfire range is a great place to enjoy all your 22LR rimfire firearms.
There are 15 plate racks and a pile of swinging plates set up from 10 to 22 yards from the firing line.
It is an all steel range with 213 steel targets.
Everything is remote reset so there is no reason to go forward of the firing line.
The firing line is 55 feet wide and is divided into 10 shooting stations with varying height table tops. This should accommodate shooters of all statures.
Recent additions of 2 custom made Man on Man shoot-off racks, one with 6 inch plates at 12 yards and one with 3 inch plates at 25 yards, now give members a way to compete with family and friends on this range.
See the "Jon beats Lee with a revolver" video below to see how we like to use this target system.
Take a look at the pictures below to see how it is set up for you to enjoy.
At last count, we are up to 216 plates. Not much room for more. Its full!
As funds allow, I add more plates.
Trying something different. These are IHMSA targets.
Fun building these...
Ten 6 foot wide shooting stalls. Room for dad and a kid in each. Different heights on the tables too. Accommodates the kids.
Got the materials laid out, ready to go.
Got all the posts mounted to anchors in the concrete.
The plates on the left side are at 10 yards.
Got over 80 plates set up here with more coming.
All the racks are remote reset using cables run through the posts to the shooting area.
The plates on the racks vary from 3 to 5 inches.
These are bigger and ring when hit.
We played around with where to place the racks. I liked across the back as it presents more of a challenge... but this proved too hard for most shooters...