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Where to shoot?
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The Pennsylvania Games Commission offer opportunities for hunters and rifle sports enthusiasts to practice their skills at various ranges around the State. The Northwest region has three open ranges with one in Erie. The range at Erie constitutes a 100 yard 10 firing points rifle and a 25 yard 3 firing points handgun, facilities. Visitors are well advised to pay extra caution in these places, frequented by the public. These sites can be very busy during the hunting seasons and are vulnerable to closure without prior notice.

Private Clubs
Spring Rod and Gun Club The Spring Rod and Gun Club is located at Cambridge Springs. As the name suggests, the club is tailored to meet the demands of families interested in fishing and hunting. Every year, the club organizes various events and training sessions to guide and arrange competitive events comprising of Turkey and Jug shoots, Silhouette and Shotgun practice and seminars on hunting. Membership entitles you to certain benefits and is offered at a reasonable rate.

Gem City Gun Club The Club offers activities directed by the NRA instructors. It has an indoor and outdoor shooting ranges along with an archery club. There are courses available for home safety and personal protection. Advanced learning techniques pertaining law enforcement activities can also be studied. Depending on season, the indoor range remains open until late in the evenings.

North East Sportsmen Club One of the oldest operating rifle ranges in Pennsylvania, the club offers a pistol range, a rifle range and two trap fields. The clubhouse on Townline Road overlooks the pistol range that has 50, 100 and 200 yard target stands. Membership is available for a nominal fee but for safety reasons, any new entrants are to be sponsored by a member in good standing with the club.

The Walnut Creek Rifle Club The club is located near the Walnut Creek Hill. It is a private members club and offers Rifle, Shotgun and Pistol ranges. Under the guidance of Pennsylvania Games Commission, hunter education courses are held at the club every year. Young learners are welcome to join the club as long as they are accompanied by adults.

This list is not all area ranges but it's a good start.
Another good range is Keystone. Indoor facility. Well maintained.

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