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August 2, 2010

NSSF Provides Over $230,000 in Grants to Shooting Ranges


The National Shooting Sports Foundation has awarded grants totaling $231,796 to nine shooting facilities through its Range Partnership Grant Program. New marketing strategies designed to motivate individuals, particularly youth and inactive shooters, to go target shooting and hunting dominated this year’s winning proposals.
Receiving grants this year were Wyoming Antelope Club, St. Petersburg, Fla.; Corry Rod & Gun Club, Corry, Pa.; Tripoli Triggers Firearms, Williamsport, Pa.; Cardinal Shooting Center, Columbus, Ohio; West Coast Armory Indoor Range, Bellevue, Wash.; A&S Indoor Pistol Range, Youngswood, Pa.; Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment, Lansing, Mich.; St. Maries Gun Club, St. Maries, Idaho; and Rushton Gun Club Inc., West Monroe, La.
Find out about the project that were funded by reading NSSF’s press release.