We are a public outdoor range located in Liberty Hill, Texas. We provide an enjoyable and relaxing atmosphere
for all shooting disciplines. From beginners to the experienced, individuals, families, and groups are welcome. We are partnered with trainers/instructors that can help you obtain everything from your LTC to specialized tactical training.
Rifle Range 50-250 yards
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$12.56 + Tax
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Cease Fire 5:30 pm
*Range Rules and Fees May Change Without Notice*
RULE I: ALL GUNS ARE ALWAYS LOADED.
RULE II: MUZZLE AWARENESS! NEVER LET THE MUZZLE COVER ANYTHING YOU ARE NOT WILLING TO DESTROY.
RULE III: KEEP YOUR FINGER OFF THE TRIGGER UNTIL YOUR SIGHTS ARE ON THE TARGET.
RULE IV: BE SURE OF YOUR TARGET & WHAT'S BEHIND IT & WHAT'S IN FRONT OF IT.
Skeet Trap Range
Static Pistol Range
Static Pistol Range
Rifle Range ( 250, 500, 750 and 1,000 yds. ) temporarily closed
We are in the process of redesigning the rifle range and working with a very well respected and knowledgeable authority in this field. There will be slow but noticeable changes in the near future.
Thank you all for your patience and support.
$6.05 + Tax
10.23 + Tax
Automatic Set Up
Rifle Range 50-100yards
Annual membership is offered to individuals age 18 and older, and is based on a single calendar year from the day you join. Member must be present and in control of guests at all times.
In submitting this application for membership, applicant agrees to follow the RANGE RULES AND REGULATIONS, and agrees to sign the RELEASE & INDEMNITY AGREEMENT AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF RISK form upon the applicant’s first visit to the Range.
RIFLE RANGE SAFETY RULES
DURING CEASE FIRE:
BOTW TACTICAL BAY RULES
BOTW STATIC PISTOL RANGE RULES:
*Skeet and Trap Does Close in Inclement Weather, i.e. Rain, Fog, Snow, and Similar.
Open Wednesday - Sunday from 8AM to 6PM
Gun etiquette is something that is most often not taught but everyone who is around guns should know.
Alcohol and/or drugs should never be consumed and/or used when handling or will be handling firearms.
The first thing you do when you pick up any gun, is check to see if it’s loaded.
Before you pick up or accept a gun from someone, make sure you know how it works. If you don’t know or can’t remember, don’t be embarrassed to ask someone to show you. It’s the smart thing to do.
When handing a gun to someone, remove the magazine if it has one, open the cylinder or lock open the action and look in the gun including the chamber to make sure it is not loaded. Then, with the cylinder or action still locked open, hand the unloaded gun to the person with the muzzle pointing away from them. That person will then take possession of the gun and also check it for ammunition out of respect for the gun and the person who just handed it to them. The recipient is then clear to close the cylinder or action and inspect the gun.
When the gun is handed back or to the next person, the same process is followed each and every time.