USA Recreational Basement Shooting Range Design – Target Builder Guide Launched

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A new guide to indoor shooting range design has been launched by Spire Ranges. It covers the most important tips and strategies for creating a range in the basement.

Spire Ranges has launched a new guide detailing how to build an indoor shooting range in a residential basement. Spire, a leading firing range manufacturing company has established a reputation for flexible and affordable range installation, accessories and more.

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The newly launched guide provides readers with expert insight into the fundamentals of indoor shooting range design. It highlights tips and solutions that enable Owners to make sound decisions regarding their own home range setup.

Spire Ranges is known for providing the industry with professional, military-grade products and caters to the commercial, law enforcement and residential space. They work with customers to bring their vision to life, with fully customizable solutions for a bespoke range installation.

Now, with the launch of their new guide, they aim to provide detailed insight into the creation process for residential customers. Spire Ranges explains that it’s important to have a fundamental understanding of home range design when envisioning a project.

The guide reveals that indoor firing ranges are typically a standalone structure within the primary residence. The range features a series of basic components, including the firing lanes themselves, targets, and a bullet trap.

Anyone considering installing a range in their basement needs to factor in these important, fundamental elements. Other aspects to keep in mind are safety controls, ensuring quality ventilation throughout the basement and primary home, and appropriate lighting so the ready area and targets are illuminated clearly.

The wall and floor materials are also important because it’s critical for the exterior of the range to have full ballistic integrity. Range walls need to be made from concrete or filled masonry block, while the floor can also be constructed from compacted concrete.

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Readers may also want to expand on their space for additional functionality, especially if they intend to use it with friends or family. Add-ons could include a cleaning station for the weapons, a vault / armory, a social gathering area, or a lounge.

A spokesperson for the company states: “When you’re ready to build your own custom indoor shooting range in your basement or an outdoor shooting range, give Spire Ranges a call. We are the premier shooting range manufacturing company when it comes to customized personal and commercial ranges.

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