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Shooting & Target Ranges


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Business Listing   The Rifle Men LLC - Pittsburgh, PA - Phone: 1 (724) 519-4240


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Helpful Definition for: Shooting & Target Ranges

Pittsburgh has one or more shooting and target ranges present. Shooting with firearms can be done as a sport. Some people do it as a hobby, while yet others learn it for safety considerations, and for police and army training (though the last two would usually have their own shooting ranges). A shooting range or a target range is a place where one can safely practice shooting with firearms. The range has to follow a number of laid down safety norms and regulations to ensure safe practice. The range may be either an indoor range or an outdoor one. Some of the other services that may be provided in Pittsburgh include safety courses, concealed carry courses, and advanced training in firearms techniques.

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