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Arizona Shooting Areas
We have 54 Arizona rifle, pistol and shotgun ranges listed 
Choose the range for more information, reports and pictures
To suggest a range to add to our list contact Gun Websites.com

Where can we Shoot in Arizona?

   We have two options for where to shoot in Arizona,

Privately Owned or  Public Shooting Ranges (Club Operated)

or

Open Public Land (where legal)

There are many privately owned or club run shoting ranges in Arizona. The benifits of an organized range are the safety, education and low environmental impact

    There are many privately owned or club run shooting ranges in Arizona. The benefits of an organized range are the safety, education and low environmental impact

New shooters would do best to visit a public range to learn how to shoot. Having the experience and patience of a safety officer is invaluable to a new shooter.

Public ranges collect the brass cases and contain the lead bullets in one area to result in a much lower impact on the environment. In fact most ranges recycle the brass left behind by shooters so shooting at a public range can actually help the shooting sports

You might not know it but Arizona is only about 17.6 percent privately owned.

     You might not know it but Arizona is only about 17.6 percent privately owned.

More than a quarter of Arizona is owned by 21 Indian tribes

More than half of Arizona is held by the federal and state governments, administered through federal and state agencies

  • Bureau of Land Management
  • Arizona Game and Fish Department
  • U.S. Forest Service

Keep our public lands clean and available for the next guy. Pack out all your trash, police your brass, Don’t shoot at clay birds in the desert.