Cecil M. Webb Public Shooting Range

Webb Public Shooting Range

Updates:

The Cecil Webb shooting range will re-open on Thursday, September 21, 2017. The 50/100 yard range is now open at Cecil Webb Range. The range was re-opened after repairs to damage from Hurricane Irma. The 100/200 yard range will remain closed until repairs to that range can be made. The pistol and shotgun ranges will be open. We apologize for any inconvenience and we hope to have all of the ranges back open soon.

About this range:

The range, which was built in 1964, is at the Babcock/Webb Wildlife Management Area. It offers supervised rifle and handgun ranges as well as two single-station, self-throw shotgun pads, providing target shooting enthusiasts a place to gain skills and knowledge for safe, responsible firearms handling and target shooting.

Phone:

None

County:

Charlotte

Location:

Tucker Grade Road in the Babcock/Webb Wildlife Management Area (Exit Tuckers Grade Road off I-75, head east)

GPS Coordinates:

26°51’29.86”N

81°56’54.86”W

Menu:

  •  5-position 100/200-yard rifle range
  • 10-position 50/100-yard rifle range
  • 12-position 7.5/15/25/50-yard small bore rifle/handgun range
  • 2 single-station, self-throw shotgun pads

Cost:

Shooters must have a valid wildlife management area permit or pay a $3 per person entry fee or $6 per vehicle.

Hours:

  • 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday and Thursday
  • 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Note: Last shooter registration is 4:30pm, last shot fired is 4:45pm.

Closures:

  • Easter Sunday
  • Thanksgiving
  • Christmas Day
  • New Year’s Day

Supervision:

The rifle and handgun ranges are supervised by range safety officers and volunteers. 

Amenities:

  • Target frames on the rifle and handgun ranges are provided. Shooters must bring targets to attach to the center of the frames. 
  • Shotgun stations are self-service. Shooters must bring their own clay targets and thrower. 
  • Vault toilets

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