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What is the NRA Range Technical Team?

The NRA Range Technical Team is a nationwide network of volunteers trained in the field of shooting range development, design, and operations. These volunteers are known as NRA Range Technical Team Advisors.

Does NRA certify ranges?

The Range Technical Team does not certify, approve, or mark shooting ranges as safe or unsafe. The Range Technical Team can perform an on-site review and gives suggestions for your range based on our observations.

Will NRA partner up with my range?

The NRA does not partner up with companies or individuals to build or own a shooting facility.

Can the RTTA help me design my range?

NRA Range Services cannot provide designs or prints for a shooting facility. However, there are examples of architectural drawings in the back of the NRA Range Source Book.

Does NRA Range Services have any literature to get started?

The Range Source Book contains all of the NRA's available information for shooting range development. It can be purchased at the NRA Program Materials Center.

Can NRA Range Services give recommendations for range development and operations service providers or for range products and building materials, such as backstops and baffles?

The NRA Range Source Book has a section that contains products and services.

Want To Know More

Contact our office at (877) NRA RANGE (672-7264) or via email at range@nrahq.org for more information.

Range Services

From on-site assistance and educational seminars, to grants, NRA affiliation, and so much more—the NRA offers a variety of resources to public and private ranges across the country.