Alabama Public Shooting Ranges
Alabama has 12 public shooting ranges across the state operated by the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Whether you’re an experienced target shooter, a hunter or a person just becoming interested in acquiring a first firearm and learning how to shoot, shooting ranges are a great place to practice your skills.
To use a public shooting range as an Alabama resident, you will need any of the following: a valid hunting, heritage, fishing, or WMA license is required for all range users between the ages of 16-64. For non-residents, a valid WMA license or non-resident hunting license is required for all range users age 16 or older.