|Conducting Shooting Activities on Private Property|
Private property approval for shooting sports by units, districts, and councils
Troops, crews, ships and districts who want to conduct shooting sports off council property must have the property inspected by the council's NRA Chief Range Safety Officer to determine if a public or private land is suitable for use as a shooting sports range.
Lost Pines Scout Reservation (LPSR) is still the recommended choice for shooting sports programs, however, this procedure provides flexibility to those troops, and crews that are a long distance from a council camp.
This applies to:
NOTE: Cub Scout BB gun ranges are NOT part of this procedure.
The NRA Range Safety Officer for the event must first evaluate the property to ensure that the meets all guidelines set forth in the Boy Scouts of America National Shooting Sports Manual and/or the NRA Range Source Book.
The following documents must be attached to this submission form before approval can be considered:
Requests should be submitted at least two months before the event. For questions, contact Bill Agnell, Chief Range Safety Officer.