The following tips will have you dialing in that hunting rifle or shotgun on your own range in no time
The old saying “practice makes perfect” is never truer than when it comes to shooting. But who has time to load up and run to the closest shooting range a few times per week? And once there, you get to deal with the constant crowds, the tactical Range Rambos, the Perilous Muzzle Wavers, and the Selfie-Taking, Look-at-My-New-Rifle Horde. Who needs all that?
The answer is to build your own range at home or at your farm. As long as you have an appropriate space, a range doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive.
Note: Laws on home shooting ranges vary from state to state and even town to town. Check with your local sheriff’s office, police department and zoning commission for regulations pertaining to your area.
Editor's note: Click through this photo gallery article for advice on building your home shooting range.