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Wealthwood Rod and Gun Club 218-678-2281 Outdoor Pistol (50 yds), Outdoor Rifle

23573 420th Place, Aitkin, MN 56431 Public (300 yds), Pistol Silhouette, Trap, Skeet,

Sporting Clays, Airgun


Golden Eagle Trap Range 320-763-5315 Trap, Skeet

2612 South Broadway, Alexandria, MN 56308


Viking Valley Hunt Club 218-747-2121 Outdoor Pistol (50 yds), Outdoor Rifle

36209 Co Hwy 126, Ashby, MN 56309 Public (300 yds), Sporting Clays


Lake of the Woods Rod & Gun Club 218-634-2478 Trap

P.O. Box 701, Baudette, MN 56623 Public

S & M Sporting Clays 218-634-3181 Sporting Clays

49th Ave SW, Baudette, MN 56623 Private

Hours of Operation: Sat-Sun 11-6 M-F/Apt


Bemidji Area Shooters Association, Inc.(BASA) 218-751-8035 Outdoor Pistol (up to 50 yds),

Balsam Rd. N. W., Bemidji, MN 56601 Public Outdoor Rifle (up to 150 yds),

Rifle Silhouette

Bemidji Trap & Skeet 218-751-8313 Trap, Skeet, Sporting Clays

P.O. Box 1052, Bemidji, MN 56601 Public

R & R Range 218-759-1866 Outdoor Pistol, Outdoor Rifle

2530 Balsam Rd. NW, Bemidji, MN 56601 Public

Bird Island

Renville Rangers Shooting Club, 320-365-4867 Outdoor Pistol (25 ft - 25 yds),

1 Mile North of Bird Island on Co. Rd. 5, Bird Island, Public Outdoor Rifle (25 ft - 200 yds),

MN 55310 Rifle Silhouette, Pistol Silhouette,

Muzzleloading, Trap, Skeet, Archery


Metro Gun Club 612-786-5880 Indoor Pistol (50 ft), Indoor Rifle (50 ft,

10601 Naples Street, N.E., Blaine, MN 55449 Public .22 Only), Trap, Skeet


Head of the Red Shooting Grounds 218-643-1608 Outdoor Pistol (25-500 Yds.),

3 Miles North on Hwy. 9 , Breckenridge, MN 56520 Public Outdoor Rifle (25-500 Yds.), Muzzleloading,

Trap, Airgun


Bricelyn Sportsman's Club 507-653-4370 Trap

7115 520th Ave., Bricelyn, MN 56014 Public


Buffalo Gun Club, Inc. 612-682-2308 Trap

Hwy 55 East, Buffalo, MN 55313 Public


Burnsville Pistol Range 952-890-6228 Indoor Pistol (75 ft)

14300 Ewing Ave, Burnsville, MN 55337 Public


Canby Sportsman's Club, Inc., 507-223-5815 Outdoor Pistol (50 yds),Indoor Pistol (50 yds),

Rt 3, Box 45, Canby, MN 56220 Public Outdoor Rifle (100 yds), Indoor Rifle (50 yds),

Muzzleloading, Trap, Sporting Clays,

Archery, Airgun


Big Lake Gun Club Trap

780 Cary Rd., Cloquet, MN 55720 Public


Rainbow Sportsmans Club 320-286-2214 Indoor Pistol, Indoor Rifle (up to 300 yds),

1500 Oliver Ave., S.W., Cokato, MN 55321 Private Muzzleloading, Trap, Airgun


Dalton Outdoors 218-589-8679 Skeet, Sporting Clays, Archery

14732 Gun Club Rd., Dalton, MN 56324 Public


Delano Sportsmens Club 612-972-2989 Outdoor Pistol (25/00 yds),

P O Box 394, Delano, MN 55328 Private Outdoor Rifle (25/00 yds), Muzzleloading,

Trap, Airgun


Northwestern Gun Club 218-724-7903 Outdoor Pistol (100 yds), Outdoor Rifle

PO Box 4, Duluth, MN 55801 Private (500 yds), Pistol Silhouette, Trap

Old Vermillion Trail Sporting Clays 218-721-3804 Trap, Skeet, Sporting Clays

6980 Old Vermillion Trail, Duluth, MN 55803 Public

Proctor Jack Meade Gun Club 218-724-7895 Trap

1 mile West of Proctor, MN on Hwy 2, Duluth, MN 55803 Public

United Northern Sportsmen 218-721-4843 Outdoor Pistol (25 & 50 yds),Outdoor Rifle

7229 Rice Lake Road, Duluth, MN 55803 Public (100, 200 & 300 yds), Trap, Airgun

Eagle Bend

American Heritage Hunting Club 218-738-5143 Outdoor Pistol (25-100 yds.),

13604 625th Ave., Eagle Bend, MN 56446 Public Outdoor Rifle (25-100 yds.), Muzzleloading,

Sporting Clays, Archery, Airgun

East Grand Forks

East Grand Forks Rod & Gun Club 218-779-8555 Outdoor Pistol (25, 50, 100),

PO Box 87, East Grand Forks, MN 56721 Private Muzzleloading, Trap, Archery, Airgun

Elk River

Elk River Sportsmans Club Outdoor Pistol (25-100 yds), Outdoor Rifle

P.O. Box 115, Elk River, MN 55330 Private (100, 200, 600 yds), Muzzleloading, Trap,

Sporting Clays, Archery, Airgun


Pelican River Public Shooting Club 218-863-5345 Outdoor Rifle (35, 100, & 200 yds.),

RR1 Box 25, Erhard, MN 56534 Public Trap


East Chain Sportsman Club 507-773-4539 Trap

1/2 mile North of East Chain MN, Fairmont, MN 56031 Public

Fergus Falls

Fergus Falls Rifle & Pistol Club 218-736-2242 Outdoor Pistol (200 yds), Indoor Pistol

508 E. Adolphus, Fergus Falls, MN 56537 Public (50 ft), Outdoor Rifle (200 yds), Indoor Rifle

(50 ft)


The Fosston Area Shooting Club Range, 218-435-1185 Outdoor Rifle (40,60,77,100;200-500m),

1044 250th Ave., Fosston, MN 56542 Private Rifle Silhouette

Hours of Operation: 9-9


Freeborn Gun Club 570-863-2420 Trap

1 mile SW Co Rd. 6, Freeborn, MN 56032 Public


Glenwood Gun Club 320-634-4110 Indoor Pistol (50 ft), Indoor Rifle (50 ft)

R. DaLager 613 2nd Ave, NE, Glenwood, MN 56334 320-634-4432

P.O. Box 44 , Glenwood, MN 56334 Public

Grand Rapids

Itasca Gun Club Rifle & Pistol Range 218-245-2901 Outdoor Pistol (50 yds), Indoor Pistol (50 ft),

10000 Arbo Road, Grand Rapids, MN 55744 Private Outdoor Rifle (300 yds), Indoor Rifle (50 ft)

Minnesota Shooting Sports Education Center 218-327-0583 Indoor Pistol (50 M), Indoor Rifle (50 M),

483 Peterson Rd., Grand Rapids, MN 55744 Public Archery, Airgun


Halstad Rifle Club 218-456-2313 Indoor Pistol (50 ft), Indoor Rifle (50 ft),

4th Ave. West, Box 201, Halstad, MN 56548 Public Airgun


Hibbing Rifle & Pistol Club 218-263-4897 Outdoor Pistol (25, 50 yds),

1741 Merryview Lane, Hibbing, MN 55746 Private Indoor Pistol (50 ft), Outdoor Rifle (700 yds),

Indoor Rifle (50 ft), Rifle Silhouette,

Pistol Silhouette, Muzzleloading


Owatonna Gun Club 507-451-4498 Trap

10749 SW 37th Ave, Hope, MN 56046 Public


Center Creek Gun Club Inc, 507-866-4619 Outdoor Pistol (25 yds), Outdoor Rifle

1 1/2 miles East of Huntley MN on County, Huntley, Private (100, 200, 270 yds), Trap

MN 56047


Jackson National Guard Armory 507-847-2984 Indoor Pistol (50 ft), Indoor Rifle (50 ft),

R2 Box 8A, Jackson, MN 56143 Public

Lake Elmo

Oakdale Gun Club 651-436-6946

10386 N 10th St, Lake Elmo, MN 55048 Public Outdoor Pistol (10,25.50,200), Outdoor

Rifle (25,50,100,200), Pistol Silhouette,

Trap, Archery, Airgun


Northstar Sportsman Club 218-547-3936

6 Miles N of Walker, MN on Hwy 371, Laporte, MN 56461 Public Outdoor Pistol (75 yds), Outdoor Rifle

(400 yds),Trap, Sporting Clays, Archery

Le Sueur

Caribou Gun Club 507-665-3796 Outdoor Pistol (25 - 100 yd), Outdoor Rifle

Rte #1, Box 26, Le Sueur, MN 56058 Public (25 - 325 yd), Trap, Skeet, Sporting Clays

Lester Prairie

Lester Prairie Sportsmen's Club 320-395-2781 Trap

P.O.Box 221, Lester Prairie, MN 55354 Public

Little Falls

Rice Creek Hunting & Rec. Inc., 320-745-2232 Trap, Sporting Clays, Archery

16543 Game Farm Rd., Little Falls, MN 56345 Public

Long Prairie 320-230-2899

Long Prairie Sportsman's Club 320-732-2719 Outdoor Pistol (25,50,75,100),

South Highway 71 , Long Prairie, MN 56347 Private Outdoor Rifle (100 yards), Muzzleloading,

Trap, Archery, Airgun


The Pintail Club Shooting Sports 218-836-2518 Outdoor Pistol (50 yards), Outdoor Rifle

209 Pintail Club Dr. State 200 NW, Longville, MN 56655 Public (100 yds), Trap, Sporting Clays,Airgun


Kanabec Conservation Club 320-679-2749 Outdoor Pistol (25-50-100 YD),

P.O. BOX 121, Mora, MN 55051 Public Outdoor Rifle (25-50-100 YD), Trap, Skeet,

Sporting Clays, Archery, Airgun


Ahlman's Range 507-685-4244 Outdoor Pistol (30 yds),Indoor Pistol (50 ft.),

2 Miles North of Morristown, Morristown, MN 55052 Public Outdoor Rifle (100-200 yds), Rifle Silhouette,

Pistol Silhouette, Muzzleloading, Trap,

Sporting Clays, Archery, Airgun

American Legion Post 149 507-685-2245 Indoor Pistol (10 m), Indoor Rifle (10 m)

110 W. Main st., Morristown, MN 55052 Private

Morristown Gun Club, Inc. 507-685-4578 Trap

9525 West 230th St., Morristown, MN 55052 Private


Tri County Rangers Inc., 320-243-3542 Outdoor Pistol (150 yds), Outdoor Rifle

P.O.Box 104, Paynesville, MN 56362 Private (150 yds), Rifle Silhouette, Pistol Silhouette,

Muzzleloading, Trap, Archery

Pequot Lakes

Hunts Point Sportsman's Club 218-568-8445 Sporting Clays

2142 76th St. SW, Pequot Lakes, MN 56472 Public

Wild Acres 218-568-5024 Outdoor Pistol, Outdoor Rifle, Trap,

7047 Wild Acres Rd., Pequot Lakes, MN 56472 Public Sporting Clays


Fort Thunder Public Shooting Center 218-346-6083 Outdoor Pistol, Outdoor Rifle,

RR 3 Box 30, Perham, MN 56573 Public Trap, Skeet, Sporting Clays


Eastern Morrison County Sportsman Club 320-468-2127 Outdoor Pistol (25 yds.), Outdoor Rifle

22401 Hwy 27, Pierz, MN 56364 Public (300 yds.), Muzzleloading, Trap, Archery

Pine City

Wings North Pine City 320-629-5002 Sporting Clays, Archery

19379, Pine City, MN 55063 Private

Pine Island

Pine Island White Pines Sportman's Club 507-356-4823 Outdoor Pistol (0-50 yds), Trap, Airgun

P.O. Box 1188, Pine Island, MN 55963 Private


West Branch Gun Club 612-390-4451 Outdoor Pistol (100 yds), Outdoor Rifle

10604 40th St., Princeton, MN 55371 Public (100 yds), Trap

Prior Lake

Dakotah Firing Range 952-496-6886 Indoor Pistol (50 ft)

2100 Trail of Dreams, Prior Lake, MN 55372 Public

Minneapolis Gun Club 952-469-4386 Trap, Skeet, Sporting Clays

20006 Judicial Rd., Prior Lake, MN 55372 Public

Minnesota Horse & Hunt Club 612-447-2272 Outdoor Pistol (25 yds), Outdoor Rifle

2920 E 220th Street, Prior Lake, MN 55372 Private (50 to 200 yds), Rifle Silhouette, Pistol

Silhouette,Trap, Skeet, Sporting Clays

Red Wing

Red Wing Sportsmen's Club 651-385-9267 Outdoor Pistol (25, 50 yds), Outdoor Rifle

950 Hallstrom Drive, Red Wing, MN 55066 Private (50, 100 yds), Muzzleloading, Archery


Bill's Gun Range 612-533-9594 Indoor Pistol (25 yards), Indoor Rifle

4080 W. Broadway, Robbinsdale, MN 55422 Public (25 yards)


Rochester Archery Club 507-252-1959 Archery

75th St. NW, Rochester, MN 55903 Public

Southern Minnesota Sportsman's Club 507-282-9808 Outdoor Pistol (25 & 50 yds), Outdoor

6251 SE 20th Street, Rochester, MN 55904 Private Rifle (100, 150 and 200 yds), Muzzleloading,

Trap, Airgun


Dakota County Gun Club 952-985-3248 Outdoor Pistol (Up to 25yd), Outdoor Rifle

P.O. Box 53, Rosemount, MN 55068 Private (25 to 300yd), Muzzleloading, Trap,

Sporting Clays, Archery, Airgun

Hours of Operation: 9am-8pm (or dusk)


Marx Range 320-245-2802 Outdoor Pistol, Outdoor Rifle

Sandstone, MN 55072 Public


John Sorenson 507-445-3318 Indoor Pistol (50 ft), Indoor Rifle (50 ft)

RR #1, Storden, MN 56174 Private

Thief River Falls

Pennington County Sportsmens Club 218-681-1901 Outdoor Pistol (50 yd), Muzzleloading

P.O. Box 232, Thief River Falls, MN 56701 Private


Virginia Rifle & Pistol Club 218-258-3354 Outdoor Pistol (500 yds), Indoor Pistol

PO Box 189, Virginia, MN 55792 Private (50 ft), Outdoor Rifle (500 yds), Indoor Rifle

(50 ft), Rifle Silhouette, Pistol Silhouette,



North Star Sportsman Club 218-547-3936 Outdoor Pistol (50 yds), Outdoor Rifle

Range Road, Walker, MN 56484 Public (400 yds), Trap


Waverly Gun Club INC 763-658-4644 Outdoor Pistol (25yds), Outdoor Rifle

4465 Desoto Av, SW , Waverly , MN 55390 Private (25, 50, 100, 200yds), Pistol Silhouette,

Muzzleloading, Trap

White Bear Lake

Bald Eagle Sportsmens Association 651-429-9818 Outdoor Pistol (25, 50 Yds.), Outdoor Rifle

125th and Goodview, White Bear Lake, MN 55110 Public (100 yds), Trap, Skeet, Archery


Willmar Rifle and Pistol Club 320-235-7287 Outdoor Pistol (25 yds), Outdoor Rifle

Box 346, Willmar, MN 56201 Private (25 yds), Trap, Skeet, Archery


Sun Valley Gun Club 507-831-5808 Outdoor Rifle (300 yds),Muzzleloading,Trap

RR3 Box 226A, Windom, MN 56101 Private


Winona Sportsmen's Club 507-452-4601 Outdoor Pistol (100 yds), Outdoor Rifle

Rt 1, Winona, MN 55987 Public (100 yds), Trap, Skeet


Winthrop Game Protective League 507-647-5924 Outdoor Pistol (150 yds), Outdoor Rifle

RR 1 Box 213 County Road #4, Winthrop, MN 55396 Private (150 yds), Trap, Skeet


Ely Winton Rod & Gun 218-365-4336 Outdoor Rifle (200 yds)

P.O. Box 479, Winton, MN 55796

Wolf Lake

Wolf Lake Shooting Club Outdoor Pistol (50 ft, 50 yd, 100 yd), Outdoor

1/2 Mile North of Wolf Lake, Wolf Lake, MN 56593 Public Rifle (50, 100, 200 yds)

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