The Durnen Range
This is the new Winona Sportsmen's Club rifle range.
It features a 14 position covered firing line with shooting benches and distances of 100, 200 and 300 yards!
This Range is now READY!
Check the Range Hours of Operation.
A range orientation class will be mandatory for all range users prior to being allowed to shoot this range.
Check the calendar for future classes.
Range is controlled by a WSC Range Officer.
Check the calendar for staffed hours.
No shooting on range w/o RO present.
Any violation of this policy will result in the loss of your shooting privileges!
RIFLE RANGE ORIENTATION - Anyone wishing to shoot the 100-300 yard Durnen Rifle Range must attend a shooter orientation. The one hour orientation is held every month at the WSC clubhouse on rotating basis on either a Saturday morning or a Tuesday evening. (See Rifle Range Calendar or Orientation Schedule).
Click button below for the current status and scheduled hours of operation for this Rifle Range!
A big "Thank You!" to Durnen Trucking & Excavating,
Pat & Sue, Matt , and Mark, for making this all possible.
Check Here For Next Range Orientation Class:
To Be Announced
See the Rifle Range Schedule for Details
Keep your Rifle Range Class Card with you to show you are qualified to use this range
Files coming soon.
The 100 yard Rifle Range is still Open!
This range is available for use and has 3 shooting benches at 100 yards.
(Please Note: This range is closed on Thursday and Saturday mornings while Skeet Field #1 is in operation.)
Personal weapons are what raised mankind out of the mud, and the rifle is the queen of personal weapons.
The rifle is a weapon. Let there be no mistake about that. It is a tool of power, and thus dependent completely upon the moral stature of its user. It is equally useful in securing meat for the table, destroying group enemies on the battlefield, and resisting tyranny. In fact, it is the only means of resisting tyranny, since a citizenry armed with rifles simply cannot be tyrannized.
The rifle itself has no moral stature, since it has no will of its own. Naturally, it may be used by evil men for evil purposes, but there are more good men than evil, and while the latter cannot be persuaded to the path of righteousness by propaganda, they can certainly be corrected by good men with rifles.
— Jeff Cooper, The Art of the Rifle