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In a Press Release dated July 7th, LVMPD announced that they have expanded their customer service hours for records and fingerprinting, this includes reopening on the weekends with extended hours as well as on holidays. Yes, this includes fingerprinting which previously wasn't open on weekends, even before the pandemic. Read the details below...
A press release released today by Clark County states that on Friday, June 26, the Clark County Shooting Complex will FINALLY reopen for public shooting at 7a.m. But due to staffing challenges, limited days and hours of operation will be in effect. To remedy that, staff are aggressively looking to fill part-time and volunteer positions. Anyone interested in a position should call the complex at (702) 455-2000 for more information. Read the Full Press Release Below for All the Details...
Clark County Shooting Complex Manager Steve Carmichael has announced that due to internal issues CCSC may not reopen to public shooting as last anticipated on June 10th. He does not say what exactly the 'internal' issues are but does make note of and references that County HR staff are not back at work... Please Read His Full Statement below:
The founder of Front Sight Training Institute in Pahrump has announced via a blog post that the Nevada and Alaska facilities will remain closed until September due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions instituted by the Governor. Read More...
The increase in warmer weather combined with the increase of new shooters and closure of managed shooting ranges due to the COVID-19 Pandemic has sent in influx of people looking to shoot out to the surrounding deserts across the state. While we enjoy the benefit of living in areas surrounded by large amounts desert, the areas open to unrestricted shooting have dwindled and keep dwindling due to growth and one often overlooked group of factors: Misinformed, Irresponsible and Careless shooters. Trash, Fires, Injuries, Destruction: All endanger our open, 'unrestricted' shooting areas...
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The Clark County Shooting Complex has pushed its reopening to June 10th (previously June 3rd) with a 60 day anticipated "return to life" time-frame. A recent email to CCSC user groups (instructors, match directors, etc...) highlights the struggle of "red-tape" they have been facing in trying to reopen, including the termination of over 2,000 part-time employees at the start of the pandemic which encompassed a majority of the CCSC staff. That combined with an anticipated $50 Million projected deficit for the County has made it hard for them to get the complex back to 'normal'. Read More...
Recently the CCSC had announced they would open on Wednesday May 20th but they have just announced they will have to push back their opening two weeks until Wednesday June 3rd. Per a statement released by them they state unforeseen circumstances in getting their prior, experienced, staff back. Read the Announcement...
The BRPC has officially reopened to the general public as of today, Tuesday May 19th, but all Members and Guests must abide by Social Distancing Guidelines. Read the Full Announcement...
Per a message from the Complex's manager posted via their Facebook page, the Clark County Shooting Complex has received approval to reopen to the public on Wednesday May 20th, 2020. The complex will open with limited hours due to a staffing shortage at the moment and will employ safety precautions outlined by CDC's COVID-19 guidelines. The range will operate on a first come, first serve basis with no reservations needed or being taken. The education center classrooms will remain close but the education center range area will be available for registered user groups. Read the Full Details of the Phase 1 Reopening plan...
LVMPD recently sent out a letter to CCW Instructors reminding them that CCW classes must be held in-person and not online. We are sharing this publicly as to ensure everyone is aware that if they are to take an online CCW class that their certificate and subsequent application will be null and void. This DOES NOT pertain to other forms of training, only CCW classes that are mandated by the state for CCW Permitting. This goes for all CCW Classes within the State of Nevada. Read the Contents of the Letter Below...