NSSF “Where To Shoot” App for iOS and Android

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The National Shooting Sports Foundation have published a free app called Where To Shoot that locates shooting ranges near you in the US and Canada.  It is is available for iOS and Android.

The National Shooting Sports Foundation® (NSSF®) has released an all-new Where To Shoot mobile app — available for iPhone, iPad and Android devices — that locates shooting ranges near you.

Available for free in the Apple App Store and Google Play, Where To Shoot puts North America’s most comprehensive directory of shooting ranges in the palm of your hand. It also includes video tips for shooters, news and firearm safety information.

Users can search by current location or zip code and find specifics about each range, including shooting activities offered, accessibility and contact information. The app also makes it easy to get directions to the range.

The app is modeled after NSSF’s popular WhereToShoot.org® website and is updated frequently with range information in every U.S. state and Canadian province. New tips for hunters and shooters are also added regularly.

 

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  • Samuel Suggs

    I am getting this app if only becuase I like the NSSF for a variety of reasons but the most recent example of there contribution to the shooting community, the dropping of Reed excebitions like a bad habit certaintly resonates strongly with me

  • Samuel Suggs

    this app has an age restriction like all the reloading calculators currently on the apple app store the reson given “Strong and recurring violent theme’s”. disappointed face :( I am so getting an android

  • Samuel Suggs

    the app works perfectly it’s easy to use and it identified all the shooting facility’s in my area including oddly enough the sheriff’s compound which I assumed wasn’t registered since its owned privately bye the sheriffs family and is just a wide open space with three Quonset huts and a bunch of steel targets from 100 to a 1500 yards with a little covered pistol range with a concrete pad and some awning’s. It’s also not open to the public for practice just the local competitions so I guess the app is thorough.

    • Samuel Suggs

      now the people who downvote me are just making asses of themselves I mean come on get over it I said I liked the app that finds places to shoot

      • http://www.thefirearmblog.com/ Phil W “Senior Writer TFB”

        Samuel just ignore the down votes. The more you pay attention to them and comment the more it will happen.

        • Samuel Suggs

          ok thanks Phil

  • SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED!!

    I like it. NSSF is an underappreciated group IMO. Join them if only to support them. Join NRA too! Join them all! Stick together.
    Here is a link for a discount on NRA membership http://www.nra.org/joinhere

    • http://www.thefirearmblog.com/ Phil W “Senior Writer TFB”

      If you happen to be a police officer or military Brownells sponsors free memberships under the “Life of Service” program.

  • STALKING

    Interestingly enough the photo is from CT. I happen to shoot at Wooster Mountain.

  • Bax

    Has Canadian ranges but app is not available in Canada? WTF?

    • JT

      Yeah. I got all excited. Finding a range has been a pain in the buttocks as they are so few and far between. Why nonCanada???

  • UN Medic

    the app works perfect for me. please note that NSSF ranges are shown at the top of the list, even if further away, followed by non NSSF ranges, in order of distance to your zip.