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The outdoor ranges are open seasonally year round. All shooting benches are covered for shooter protection and all ranges are baffled. Every shooting bench comes equipped with a shooting rest, a screen for stopping expended brass, staplers for posting targets, and a target number corresponding to individual target points. Each range has Range Safety Officers present at all times to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience. Cease-fires are conducted every 10-15 minutes so shooters may assess their shot groups and/or put up new targets. Sporting rifles, handguns, and black-powder firearms are welcome. Spotting Scope rentals are available at the clubhouse. NO FULLY AUTOMATIC WEAPONS ARE ALLOWED.
McMiller’s 25 yard range is the shortest available range and houses 22 target points. The range is unique as it bears no caliber/firearm restriction other than those set forth in the General Range Rules. Target frames on the 25 yard range are manually movable between ceasefires and can be set at distances as close as 6 yards and as far out as 25 yards. This range is perfect for individuals wishing to practice and become more proficient with their handguns, for long guns (rifles) which shooters wish to zero-in before moving to further distances, and MOST OF ALL for beginner/novice shooters.
McMiller’s 50 yard range is the next furthest distance shooters may utilize and houses between 12-18 target points. This range is great for shooters with rifles who are utilizing iron-sights or working on preparing their rifles for further distance shooting. This range is well used by hunters, muzzle-loaders, and AR/rifle fans looking for more of a challenge to their shooting prowess. Shooters wishing to shoot pistols at the 50 yard range MUST have a 5 inch barrel and shoot a hunting caliber round (ie: NO 9mm, .22, .380, etc…)
NOTE: Target points are fixed at 50 yards only
The 100 yard range is the largest range that McMiller has to offer, housing 44 target points from end-to-end. The 100 yard range is primarily used by seasoned shooters maintaining their proficiency on their numerous rifles while also checking their shot groups with new optics.
NOTE: Target points are fixed at 100 yards only
McMiller’s longest range is the 300 yard range which houses 12 target points respectively. Shooting distances at this range are fixed at 100, 200, and 300 yards. Shooters have the ability to ride golf carts down to their target points and back during ceasefires to either change their targets or utilize a different distance on their target point. The 300 yard range is trafficked usually by experienced precision shooters looking to sharpen their skills and is home to McMiller’s 300 yard long-gun seasonal leagues.
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