Modular Shooting Range

modular shooting range

Looking to drop a pre-built shooting range into your back yard? Take a look at the modular shooting ranges from Shooting Range Industries.

This company is providing built-to-order shooting ranges that can be delivered to your property for personal or commercial training purposes (local zoning codes apply, of course.) A range can be designed from 40′ to 500′ in length and have one to 12 shooting lanes.

modular shooting range

Part of the range package includes a high-quality HVAC air filtration system and user-serviceable bullet traps. Additionally, motorized target retrieval systems and ceiling guards are standard.

This video shows the installation of a 12 lane range being installed in a six day period:

The Nevada Air National Guard installed a facility that they use for live fire and for scenario-based training with non-lethal rounds:

Richard Johnson

An advocate of gun proliferation zones, Richard is a long time shooter, former cop and internet entrepreneur. Among the many places he calls home is


  • USMC03Vet

    No way. Outdoor ranges are just tops. Added bonus for making anti gunners cry when they have to hear the sounds of freedom.

    • gunslinger

      when it’s freezing with snow on the ground, or hazy/hot/humid weather?

      nah, give me climate control

      • Anonymoose

        I still wear a jacket and hat at my indoor range because the ventilation systems keep it pretty chilly in the winter.

      • Danmaku

        If it aint raining, it aint training. This comment assumes you are into the whole operators operating stuff.

    • Standard Velocity

      I also prefer an outdoor range. In August I was zeroing my deer rifle and the sweat was literally pouring in my eyes. An indoor range would have been very welcome.

      The sound of an outdoor range is about as anoying as a racetrack or an airport. I would not blame anyone for being pissed if a range were ploped down next door. Incessant gunfire is not the sound of freedom; it is noise pollution just like any other high decibel manmade noise. Suppressors are a good thing.

      • dan

        Sadly I do blame people for being pissed. It is more likely these idiots decided to build a house near these sources of “noise pollution” Airports race tracks and shooting ranges usually don’t just pop up in a subdivision. At least not anywhere that has common sense.

    • Rick

      here, they cry for their lawyers and we get 75 year old ranges shut down
      or buried in lawsuits. My favorite ranges “charge” more for range fees
      to cover constant legal harassment than maintenance. A portable one
      could move enough to make it harder to file .

  • Limonata

    I will add this to if I ever win a lottery list.

  • JT

    The real benefit of this is that it helps a booming demand for shooting facilities by new shooters in more built up states

  • drd34

    No mention of cost on their site, or in this post.

  • Rick

    make them so I can order them for parties like my neighbors order bouncy castles for their kids birthdays.

  • minervius

    cheap crap

  • Kingofthehill

    Thats pretty freaking cool. love the modulatrity of it and how you could increase in size as you go.

  • mdak06

    It’s great for folks who have outdoor ranges somewhere near them. But many people don’t.

    This might be a good way to get more shooting ranges into more places so that more people can become shooters and maintain/improve their skills. I could even see small gun shops that have a bit of extra land setting some of these lanes up.