How to Build an Indoor Shooting Range?

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Take the back of a note pad and wrap it in colored or foil paper. Take paint or a marker and design your shooting circles. Create four of them. You want to then take eight screws with open circular heads and space them equal distance. at both ends of the room. Run a draw string through the open circular holes and connect your target. You are now able to shoot and pull your targets.
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You can build a dirt berm, make it about 7 feet high, and about 50 feet long. Try to shape it slightly to a U shape. Also you may have to build a few metal back stoppers and have some very heavy duty bullet traps. For more information look here: indoor range shooting range made easy www.actiontarget.com;
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1. Decide upon the type of firearms and ammo that will be used, and the preferred distance to the target. This will determine the longest length needed for a shooting lane. 2. Survey
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alot first u have 2 have soundprouff stuff so the nabors dont here or u get about 10 to 20 acres and just use the land.
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In most of the shooting ranges I've been to, the lanes about are 4 feet wide.
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