INDOOR SHOOTING RANGE
Welcome to the Calumet Township Indoor Range Page! The range is located directly behind the Calumet Colosseum (Ice Rink) at 110 Red Jacket Road. Follow the alley down the left or west side of the Colosseum, and it will lead directly to the Range front door. Please park to your left, against the fence line and do not block the township garage doors.
When You Can Use the Range
Check the range calendar for some of the scheduled activities:
Open to the Public Shooting
NRA Precision (Bullseye) Pistol
Ladies-Only Open Shooting and other open events.
Calumet JROTC Air Rifle sessions (not open to public)
Firearm instruction and Concealed Carry Training – Certified Instructors occasionally hold classes at the Calumet Township Range. To enroll in one of these classes, contact the instructor directly. If you don’t see something you are looking for, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What to Expect When You Arrive
Park your vehicle along the fence or in the Colosseum lot, not in the Calumet High School lot or blocking the doors to the township garage.
Have your eye and ear protection ready to put on when you walk in the door to the range. Keep your firearm(s) unloaded and in a proper case when you arrive. No open carry, concealed carry, or any loaded firearms are allowed upon arrival.
There will be a Range Safety Officer (RSO) on duty to assist you and answer any questions. The RSO will have you place your cased firearm(s) on the table at the back of the range.
If this is a return visit in this calendar year, you should sign in and pay your range fee, then wait for instructions from the RSO.
If this is your first time ever or your first time in this calendar year, you will be required to sign a liability waiver and have a range safety briefing with the RSO before signing in.
(aka NRA Precision Pistol) practice and matches:
We hold two types of events, 22LR and centerfire
pistol and follow
NRA Precision Pistol rules. These are
friendly competitions open to anyone wishing to
work on pistol fundamentals. A typical match is
90 rounds and takes about an hour to complete.
Shooters can work on their NRA ratings or
compete at other clubs. If interested in this
rimfire or center fire opportunity, please email
email@example.com and we will get you
involved with this group.
International Defensive Pistol Association: These tactical/defensive skills-oriented practices and matches are held weekly during the winter months. Emphasis is on safe use of a handgun in self-defense situations. For more information, click here.
Open/Public Shoots: The range is open for public use during regularly scheduled evening or weekend sessions from December through May. Handgun calibers are limited to .44 Special. See rules for details.
Training Courses: Other types of NRA and related courses for Concealed Pistol License certification and other firearms skills are hosted by outside instructors. See our range calendar for those event opportunities.
Our Range Rules are available by clicking here and can be explained by any on-duty Range Safety Officer (when in doubt, ASK!).