Improvements Made to Walter Cline Shooting Range

A $1.2 million grant funded the improvement project.

(Friendship, Ind.) - In partnership with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources (DNR), the National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association (NMLRA) recently completed a $1.2 million grant-funded shooting range improvement project.

Grant funds made possible by the Wildlife Restoration Program supported a variety of improvement projects at the Walter Cline Range, located near Friendship. Range users can now enjoy new modern restrooms, an updated and ADA-compliant trap facility, a revitalized “Woods Walks” range, improvements to shooter support facilities, and new targets and target holders.

These features allow additional opportunities for the public, including weekly modern trapshooting and a variety of monthly competitive shoots.

More information on how to access the range is at nmlra.org/the-range.

Upcoming range events and activities can be found at brownbearsw.com/cal/nmlra and facebook.com/NMLRA.

For more information on the DNR shooting range grant program, visit on.IN.gov/dnrshootingranges.

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