Bud’s Gun Shop: http://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/index.php?utm_source=hickok45&utm_medium=youtube&utm_campaign=hickok45_yt Another question I get pretty often is "How much land do I need to set up a shooting range?" Also, you get a little grammar assignment in this FAQ! I know which is correct, but if you fail to find the correct answer, I will be forced to double your viewing fees! We cannot tolerate grammarless schmoes watching our videos! :-) Here's a clue: lay laying laid laid lie lying lay lain I'm really just addressing in this FAQ the question I get about the lay of the land. You also generally need to be out in the County somewhere, depending on your state. In most "free" states, you can shoot on your own property as long as you are not inside the city limits. We're not talking here about setting up a public range; that's a totally different subject with all sorts of legal issues, etc. Shooting on your own property, whether you have one target or ten targets is not a "shooting range." You're just shooting at stuff on your property, whether it be dead trees, mushrooms, clay pigeons, or steel targets.
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