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  • Training Guns and Gear
    Safety plating divides the six lanes in both of the indoor civilian ranges, where sound-absorbing material muffles the blast of bullets hurtling toward targets on a 25-yard journey. Visiting shooters can test their aim with a rental gun or purchase a new firearm from the showroom, which also stocks an array of holsters, spotting scopes, and replacement grips. Meanwhile, gunsmiths spruce up pistols with cleanings, coatings, and tiny top hats, while the staff's NRA-certified instructors enhance pupils' handgun knowledge, safety, and skills during private lessons and women's-only classes.
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    4400 Kiln Court
    Louisville, KY US
  • Tactical Intelligence Group
    Tactical Intelligence Group promotes safety through education. The group's certified instructors include former law-enforcement professionals and veterans who served in the United States Marine Corps, Air Force, and Army Rangers. This extensive real-world experience allows the staff to offer a wide array of classes. Orientations and guided range visits introduce students to the fundamentals of safe and responsible firearm ownership. More advanced trainings include concealed-carry courses, which cover the training that visitors need before applying for a concealed-carry permit. Tactical Intelligence Group even trains active-duty police officers, offering a vehicle tactics course led by a police-academy instructor.
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    6111 Morgan Rd.
    Cleves, OH US
  • Indian Creek Shooting Center
    The Range 5-stand on a trap field with high and low house skeet traps Four trap fields, three of which have lights Challenging, 12-station sporting-clays course At a Glance Along its eponymous creek's scenic banks, Indian Creek Shooting Center's facility has a storied history. In 1977, John Sharp and John Seitz established the business with four trap fields, which eventually grew to include a sporting-clays course, skeet field, and 5-stand field. Now owned by the next generation of the Seitz clan, the ranges host competitions and daylong excursions by drop-in guests as well as members, who benefit from discounts on shooting, supplies, and use of a stocked fishing lake. A 4,000-square-foot clubhouse with kitchen facilities hosts events, such as regular archery and skeet tournaments, and a pro shop provides several gauges of shotgun ammunition.
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    5950 Gun Club Rd NE
    Georgetown, IN US
  • Taylorsville Spencer County Tourism
    A round of golf on Tanglewood Golf Course's verdant, USGA-rated fairways. A toxin-fighting Himalayan salt stone massage at Edgewater Resort, nestled on the banks of Taylorsville Lake. A fishing trip on the scenic lake itself. Visitors to Taylorsville can try out all these activities and more in the city, aided by Taylorsville Spencer County Tourism, whose team knows all the area's best spots.
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    P.O. box 38
    Taylorsville, KY US
  • Elk Creek Hunt Club
    Elk Creek Hunt Club sharpens shooting skills and sates hungers with outdoor sporting clay excursions. Like a Gumby-Seagal crossover film, duos traverse 2,500 acres of preserve lands hot on the pursuit of clay targets aboard a two- or four-person golf cart (use of four-person carts is based on availability). Upon arriving at a sporting-clay station, gunslingers prepare to tag fleeing clays as they veer towards the forest-covered or watery horizon. Afterward, hunters can rest their boots inside the Elk Creek Lodge for a hearty meal. The club's lunch menu lists a slew of sandwich and salad options, such as the Angus steak burger with cheese (an $8.95 value), dressed in the traditional garb of lettuce, tomato, and onion, and dinnertime selections include a grilled, 16 oz. rib-eye steak (a $27 value) and a cut of salmon enlivened with a bourbon glaze (a $27 value).
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    1840 Georgetown Rd
    Owenton, KY US
  • Bluegrass Sportsmen League
    The Blue Grass Sportsmen's League is not just concerned with entertaining its members with various outdoor sporting activities; the nonprofit organization also dedicates itself to conservation, hunter education, and habitat restoration. At the expansive facility?which is tucked into the Jessamine County woods and bordered on three sides by the river?three separate ranges help hunters improve their accuracy before they participate in carefully managed hunting for deer, pheasant, and wild bull's-eyes. A spring-fed fishing lake with species limits is stocked with bluegill, catfish, and bass, and a dog-training field safely prepares canines for upcoming trips. Blue Grass Sportsmen's League also invites guests to practice tactical maneuvers and re-create Jackson Pollock's Autumn Rhythm on its two paintball fields.
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    2500 Handy's Bend Road
    Wilmore, KY US

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