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    Shepherdstown/Martinsburg Shooting Ranges

    Going to be taking a little vacation to the Shepherdstown/Martinsburg area in a few weeks, and was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for a place to go shooting?

    We want to take my family shooting (7-8 people, most adults) but all the ranges we know in the area of are pretty pricey. Is there anywhere that y'all like to go that is free or relatively cost effective?

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    For public ranges you're looking at:
    Tango Down in Hedgesville, 100 yard outdoor range, pistol and rifle on steel targets, allows full-auto. http://www.tangodownrange.com/the-range
    340 Defense in Charles Town, 400 yard outdoor range, pistol and rifle, allows full-auto. http://www.340defense.com/range
    GlockCop in Tablers Station, indoor pistol range only. http://www.fugitivetaskforce.org/pistol-range.html

    No free ranges since Sleepy Creek was shut down, unless you have your own land.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bcr229 View Post
    For public ranges you're looking at:
    Tango Down in Hedgesville, 100 yard outdoor range, pistol and rifle on steel targets, allows full-auto. http://www.tangodownrange.com/the-range
    340 Defense in Charles Town, 400 yard outdoor range, pistol and rifle, allows full-auto. http://www.340defense.com/range
    GlockCop in Tablers Station, indoor pistol range only. http://www.fugitivetaskforce.org/pistol-range.html

    No free ranges since Sleepy Creek was shut down, unless you have your own land.
    Thanks, appreciate the links. Holy hell, it's expensive to shoot up there!

    Does anyone have a friend or a friend of a friend with some land we can use? What are WV's regulations as far as shooting on property? Does it just have to be outside city limits or is there more to it than that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcr229 View Post
    For public ranges you're looking at:

    GlockCop in Tablers Station, indoor pistol range only. http://www.fugitivetaskforce.org/pistol-range.html
    GlockCop is an OUTDOOR covered range, handgun only, 25yds +/-

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