Shooting Range in Kirkland


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  • Kenmore Gun Ranges
    By the Numbers: Kenmore Gun Ranges 1945—the year it was founded as the Wildlife Committee of Washington 80-acre facility 2,000+ members 5 weapons can be shot on grounds: bow and arrow, rifle, pistol, shotgun, and air gun 300 yards—the length of the members-only rifle range 100 yards—the length of the secondary rifle range 80-yard archery range 50-yard pistol range 9—the number of consecutive years it won the NRA President’s Club award (1992–2000)
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    1031 228th St SW
    Bothell, WA US
  • Champion Arms Indoor Shooting Center
    The Range 25-yard indoor pistol range 10 lanes each accommodate up to three people The Rentals 9 mm pistols such as a Glock 17 Revolvers such as a Ruger SP101 .357 Magnum Rifles such as an AK-47 .22 LR At a Glance There's an extra reason to celebrate holidays at Champion Arms. Whether it's Halloween or Valentine's Day, the shooting range often hosts "Top Shot Club" competitions on special occasions. To get ready for these competitions—or just safe gun use in general—instructors lead various gun classes, including introduction to handguns. Other classes move into more nuanced skills, such as an intermediate handgun class that covers how to draw from a holster or shoot while using a flashlight.
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    18801 E Valley Hwy.
    Kent, WA US
  • Blue Sky Outfitters
    For more than 30 years, Blue Sky Outfitters has been equipping rafters to barrel down rivers throughout the Pacific Northwest. Whether floating past bald eagles on the the still waters of the Skagit River or plummeting down the 14-foot Husum Falls, the company's whitewater rafts—helmed by capable pilots—meander through wildlife that stuns with beauty. For land-bound trips, adventurers can strap on snowshoes and journey through the Leavenworth Valley, or peer through the wide windows of the Adventure Bus as it journeys through wine country
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    3400 Harbor Ave SW
    Seattle, WA US
  • Creekside Angling
    Founded in 1994 by veteran anglers Hugh Pastoriza and Peter Corbett, Creekside Angling Company provides a one-stop shop for fly fishermen to gear up and plan tours of the Northwest's bountiful waters. Though the shop stocks a variety of top-notch equipment, from Sage rods to full fly-fishing outfits, the duo's greatest asset is the expertise of its staff. Hugh spent many years of his life fishing for more than 100 days a year, hitting waters all over Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. Peter began fly fishing at age 9, and he turned his favorite pastime into a career upon moving to the Northwest in the 1980s. Together, they use their combined knowledge to lead guided trips into the waters of Yakima River, the Snoqualmie, and anywhere else steelhead rainbow trout hold their electoral caucuses.
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    1410-A NW Gilman Blvd.
    Issaquah, WA US
  • Gotcha Salmon Charters
    Born in Victoria, John Chau grew up fishing for salmon in the Sooke area. Thirty years since he hooked his first fish, Chau now shares his expertise with fellow anglers through guided charters on his 25-foot Pursuit Cuddy boat. During the spring and summer, Chau’s clients hook chinook salmon anywhere between 15 and 50 pounds. Autumn brings coho salmon, and in the winter, feisty feeder chinook weighing between 4 and 12 pounds roam waters just minutes from the dock. The Sooke area is typically calm year-round due to the lack of ground swell, and its teeming waters attract wildlife such as bald eagles, sea lions, and killer whales eager to gain a better reputation among fishermen.
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    3267 Megaw Place
    Victoria, BC CA
  • Red's Fly Shop
    Surrounded by rolling hills and the distant peaks of the Cascade Mountains, the Yakima River Canyon teems with wildlife on the hills, in the water, and in the air. Wild rainbow bass and cutthroat trout swim beneath the river's rushing waters. This destination attracts many fishers and upland bird hunters. In the fly-fishing classes, instructors teach anglers to read the river and cast a line before sending them out into the Yakima River to put their skills to the test on wild trout. Elsewhere in the canyon, a sporting-clay course beckons guests to fire shotguns at seven different stations. These practice areas simulate real-life hunting conditions for various game-bird species, including chukars, pheasants, ducks, and other species. After hunters hone their skills on clay targets, willing sportsmen and women can join the Red's guide team for a day of guided upland bird hunting. Whether for fishing, hunting, or both, Red's Fly Shop staffers schedule single and multiday outings that depart from The Canyon River Ranch Lodge, the company's home base. At the lodge, guests can warm themselves by the fireplace or retire to rooms with patios and verandas.
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    14694 Washington 821
    Ellensburg, WA US

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