Northern Nevada's Premier Long Distance and Tactical Shooting Facility
Founded by Veterans and dedicated to supporting Veterans, Active Duty, and Law Enforcement
Shoot from 100M up to 1 MILE at Steel Silhouettes and Steel Gong Targets.
100, 200, and 300 Yard Paper Targets for sighting in your rife.
The Garrison Shooting Range has three 75 Yard Bays with a full range of targets including Flyers, Pepper Poppers, and Action Targets.
Full Array of Barricades including a vehicle to shoot from, under, or over, Fences, and Portals.
Practice 3Gun, Defensive, Practical Pistol and Carbine on a wide variety of steel and cardboard targets.
Garrison will change the way your teams train!
Garrison has a broad array of targets that can be setup in its 3 shooting bays that are both challenging and fun:
· Pepper Poppers
· Texas Star
· Steel Hostage Targets
· Both Steel and Cardboard IPSC silhouettes
· 22 Cardboard target stands, and
Garrison’s tactical and precision long range bays have:
· Steel Plates from 100 meters to 1600 Meters,
· Reactive Hostage and Mogadishu targets at any range needed, and
· Paper targets for 100 meter, and 200 meter zeroing.
Garrison also supports real-world scenarios where the targets may be setup in hard to find situations such as being partially obfuscated by natural and man-made debris.
Garrison also provides real-world experience simulations allowing your team to create a full shoot house to include:
· Walls can be setup in virtually any configuration to simulate a 8000sq ft home or building,
· Doors that allow shotgun, ram, and explosive breach training, and
· Beds and closets that simulate hiding places that must be cleared.
New products are coming soon!
This class was developed for the every day civilian who wants to be prepared for a critical incident that may occur at anytime. This class will cover severe bleeding, gunshot wounds, blast injuries and other injuries common to active shooter incidents or terrorist attacks. Though this class is only one day in length, it is mainly a hands-on course to reinforce life-saving skills needed in today’s world.
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Environmental safety is extremely important to Garrison. In an effort to be stewards of the land Garrison actively monitors and manages lead pollution caused by shooting.
1. pH levels are monitored quarterly to maintain a pH between 6.5 and 8.5.
2. Lime and Phosphate will be spread in the berms to maintain a pH to minimize the migration of lead in the soil.
3. Runoff from rainwater within the berms is prevented by the design of the berms as they capture rainwater.
4. Annually each berm will be sifted to collect bullets caught in the berms. The bullets will be contained in 5 Gallon buckets and taken to a Licensed Lead Recycling center.
If you see smoke alert the RSO immediately.
1. Steel core can cause sparks when striking targets and can start fires. 2. Steel core is more likely to ricochet. 3. An errant shot has more berm penetrating capability.
4. Steel core projectiles cause damage to steel targets. As the surface of a steel target gets pitted, its ability to safely spall a bullet decreases and the chances of unsafe ricochet or splash back increases.
If it suspected that Steel Core bullets are being used on the facility a RSO may test the bullets with a magnet. Steel bullets will be confiscated and the shooter will be asked to leave the range.
Garrison staff are trained Range Safety Officers. At all times an RSO must be on the facility grounds when shooting of any kind is being conducted.
The RSO will conduct a safety briefing before any shooting activities begin.
Always follow the simple rules:
1. ALWAYS keep the gun pointed in a safe direction.
2. ALWAYS keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.
3. ALWAYS keep the gun unloaded until ready to use.
Ceasefires are used whenever all shooting must stop, whether it is because time’s up or because a potential problem has arisen. Anyone on the range may call for CEASE fire.
During a ceasefire, there should be no handling of firearms. The key things to remember are:
1. Chamber is empty and ammunition source (magazine) is removed.
2. Action is open.
3. Hands off!
4. Step away from the firing line.
All shooters must follow the orders of the RSO. Shooters who fail to comply with the orders of the RSO will be asked to leave the range immediately.