9 Colorado shooting ranges granted over $700,000 dollars
Colorado Parks and Wildlife has awarded $725,000 dollars to nine shooting ranges across Colorado through the agency’s shooting range and development program (SRDG).
The funds from SRDG will go toward developing new shooting ranges and upgrades to any existing ranges.
We are told each year these projects expand and improve shooting ranges and shooting areas including archery ranges throughout the state.
The Shooting Range Development Grants awarded in 2020 include:
La Junta Rifle Club
New indoor restroom and storage
Sangre Shooting Sports Club
Gold Camp Range, Teller County Shooting Society
New trap and skeet range
Pikes Peak Gun Club
Repairs to rifle range, well, and trap machines
Bear Creek Regional Park, El Paso County
Archery range updates
Kodak Archery Range, Windsor
Walking archery course, parking
Boulder Rifle Club
Construction of new public range
Delta Trap Club
New helice range
South Canyon Archery Range, Glenwood Springs
Shade shelter at archery range