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  1. On target indoor shooting range

    LOCATED IN MURFREESBORO, TN

    On Target Indoor Shooting Range
    915 N. THOMPSON LANE
    MURFREESBORO, TN 37129

    (615) 890-2690

    WWW.ONTARGETTN.COM

    This is a very nice range. The staff is great.

    Stop in and have a look see and spend some time keeping your skills up to date. They offer carry permit classes,
    home protection classes, individual instruction and NRA instructor course. other info: gun shop, class lll dealer,
    they also buy , sell or trade.

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  3. #12
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    I am from Missouri and every year my husband and I, with our dog -- attend the Swift National Fly-in at Athens, Tennessee about end of May. Can anyone here tell me where to find the nearest shooting range in Athens? I am not an airplane gal but my husband is an airplane nut. His club only take advantage of me because of my graphic knowledge and most of the time I am bored just being there. I just want to do my own stuff there while he does his. I am not interested in going with women to go shopping either and I can make my own sandwich if I get hungry.
    "Don't let the door hit ya where the dawg shudda bit ya!"
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    GATEWAY SWIFT WING ST. LOUIS

  4. #13
    In Knoxville area, we have Coal Creek Armory, Gunnys indoor range in Maryville, and my personal favorite the Sever Indoor Range in Severville, we also have a new indoor range and store being built in Kingston, Frontier Firearms, these are all indoor ranges, have not reserched outdoor places

  5. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker's Mom View Post
    I am from Missouri and every year my husband and I, with our dog -- attend the Swift National Fly-in at Athens, Tennessee about end of May. Can anyone here tell me where to find the nearest shooting range in Athens? I am not an airplane gal but my husband is an airplane nut. His club only take advantage of me because of my graphic knowledge and most of the time I am bored just being there. I just want to do my own stuff there while he does his. I am not interested in going with women to go shopping either and I can make my own sandwich if I get hungry.
    Hey Tuckersmon,

    Totally get where your coming from! There are things hubby does I'm not in to either! I can make my own sandwich too,, But I'd rather go some where & be waited on for a change! I'm another one who hates to go shopping with the girls! Thats boring to me. I'm happy in jeans & a T-shirt!

  6. Since the range at Frontier is now open(thanks Rocketgeezer!), might as well post specifics:

    Frontier Firearms LLC
    122 Farmer Road
    Kingston, TN 37763

    (865) 376-0793
    www.FrontierFirearms.net

    25 yard indoor pistol range with motorized, programmable targets, wide selection of shotguns, rifles, handguns & accessories, onsite gunsmithing and training.

    10-8 Mon-Fri.
    9-6 Sat.
    1-5 Sun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrontierTAP View Post
    Since the range at Frontier is now open(thanks Rocketgeezer!), might as well post specifics:

    Frontier Firearms LLC
    122 Farmer Road
    Kingston, TN 37763

    (865) 376-0793
    www.FrontierFirearms.net

    25 yard indoor pistol range with motorized, programmable targets, wide selection of shotguns, rifles, handguns & accessories, onsite gunsmithing and training.

    10-8 Mon-Fri.
    9-6 Sat.
    1-5 Sun.
    Guys this place is first rate, the better half and I checked it out last weekend, the range is trick as hell, never seen anything like it outside a major police training facility, good selection of pistols and rifles and shotguns, ammo is like any other range, not cheap but thats not there main focus, also i beleve they have a inhouse gunsmith, all the usual class's and permit instuction, only problem for me is its 40 miles from home

  8. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by BoomChick View Post


    Knoxville's Only Indoor Shooting Range is at Coal Creek Armory - 10737 Dutchtown Rd. - 865.966.4545

    Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency

    John Sevier Hunter Education Center
    2327 Rifle Range Rd.
    Knoxville, TN 37918
    Range Office and General Info: (865) 594-6279
    Fax and Hunter Ed. Class Info: (865) 594-6280

    Jacobs Creek - Denton Valley Road, Sullivan Co. (423) 735-1500
    Pond Mountain - Hwy. 321, Carter Co. (423) 735-1500
    Scioto - Scioto Road, Unicoi Co. (423) 735-1500
    Bubbling Springs - Hwy. 107, Cocke Co. (423) 638-4109

    There are many more listed on this page:

    http://www.state.tn.us/twra/firingranges.html
    Guys and Ladies, the bunch of people at coal creek are great, of the indoor ranges in the Knoxville area this is the most conveniant, very good seletion of guns and ammo, prices are competitive, range fees are the most reasonable in the area,.....................Now concerning the John Sevier training center, my wife and I, some buds from work, and the bunch from a local gun shop go here a lot, a couple of the RSOs work part time at the shop, nice place to shoot, just about any rifle, shotgun, black powder is ok, along with handguns, only restriction is they don't want any 50 BMGs, outdoor pistol and rifle range has target stands at 15, 50 and 100 yds, covered shooting stands, facility is run by the TWRA, so they have some rules, not bad, just need to be mind of the procedure at the range, the range safety officers are volunteer, and they are there all day, so they can get a little testy, which leads to my biggest reason for posting, as I said the RSOs are volunteer, they don't get paid, they each only work a day or two a month, I would guess there is maybe 20 -25 of them, and most are great to have there, helpful, if you may be haveing trouble with your gun, talk to you like your a human being, they do have a very responsable job, they must make sure the range operation is safe, they do have children there, (with there parents) so safety is paramount, and I certainly do not have a problem with that, BUT I know theres allways a BUT, 2 or 3 of the RSO guys are real ********, they do not talk to you or just calmly remind you if your doing something incorrectly, they scream at you, on the PA system like your 5 years old, one of them in fact came real close to getting his attitude adjusted, the only reason I did not take it further is because the place is only 10 mins from the house, and I'm to lazy to drive somewhere else 45 mins to a hour away, again I have no problem whatsoever with the safety rules but these guys acted like little Hitlers,

  9. civil war shootout

    Hello, I am the state rep for TMA [traditional muzzle loader association]
    Part of my job is to promote black powder shooting in Tennessee. 2011 is going to be a big year for civil war buffs so I am looking at planning a North/South skirmish event. I am basically looking for a gun range capable of handling such an event. Looking for feedback so please feel free to email [email protected].

  10. #19
    Nice climate controlled range, computer controlled turning targets.
    •Non-Member range rates: $10 per shooter for the standard range, and $15 per shooter for computerized range.
    •Range Membership: $200 and covers the cardholder, spouse, and children under the age of 21. The range membership is valid at both stores.


    Guns and Leather
    2216 Highway 41 South
    Greenbrier, TN 37073
    (615) 643-4865
    Fax: (615) 643-7772

    Guns and Leather of Hendersonville
    600 West Main St
    Hendersonville, TN 37075
    (615) 824-7846
    Fax: (615) 824-7687

  11. #20
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    Top Brass

    4788 navy rd.
    Millington, tennessee
    (901) 873-2264

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