shooting range

NOUN
  1. an enclosed firing range with targets for rifle or handgun practice
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How To Use shooting range In A Sentence

  • At its complex in North Carolina, it has shooting ranges for high-powered weapons, buildings for simulating hostage rescue missions and a bunkhouse for trainees.
  • The scope of shooting range scatter should be considered in the guidance process of wire-guided torpedo to ensure it entering into the area, where torpedo can implement effective homing to target.
  • In court, it was said he loaded the Derringer ‘out of curiosity’ and intended to use it on a shooting range, but never got round to it.
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  • Read in studio Police have recovered some of the haul of firearms stolen from a shooting range.
  • The soldiers were practising on the rifle/shooting range.
  • Someone had actually found a bow and a few arrows, and a homemade target and shooting range had actually been set up.
  • He had tried several times at a local shooting range but he couldn't bring himself to pull the trigger.
  • The following is a list of grantsmen in Montana who may be willing either to coach about a shooting range grant application, or to put a grant application together for you for a fee.
  • On the flat roof, where post office workers were once provided with segregated male and female shooting ranges, is stationed a white resin figure, breasting the elements. The Real Thing; The Concise Dictionary of Dress
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