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New Range Officers

New NRA-certified RSOs

New NRA-certified RSOs

After a three-day intensive class on range safety operations, we have a bunch of new NRA-certified Range Safety Officers in HRSA! Congratulations to those who took the course!

Save Blue Trail Range!

From the Office of the Director of the Civilian Marksmanship Program (www.odcmp.com):

“The Blue Trail Range in Connecticut is under attack from a legal assault that appears to be intended to close this popular facility.  An organization that is fighting to keep the range open for public use is asking for assistance and support.  Save Blue Trail Range, Inc.’s mission is to raise funds for the pur­pose of paying the necessary legal, consulting, construction, environ­mental, public relations, and other costs associated with ensuring the con­tinued daily operation of the Blue Trail Range.  Blue Trail Range needs fi­nancial assistance to continue to operate and remain open.  A second law­suit aimed at closing the range or restricting its activities has now been filed.  One of Blue Trail Range’s attorney’s, Craig Fishbein, calls this a frivolous lawsuit, but expenses to defend against these suits are already over a quarter million dollars.  Litigation will drive these costs even higher, possibly as high as one million dollars.  The range needs the continued support and help of sportsmen who are concerned about keeping this ma­jor shooting sports facility in New England open. Click here to read more – http://www.odcmp.org/1008/SaveBlueTrailRange.pdf 

To learn more about the effort to save Blue Trail Range, please visit: http://www.savebluetrailrange.org/