The Wake County Firearms Education and Training Center will reopen to the public thanks for a partnership among Wake County, which owns the facility; the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will operate the range’s service for the public; and the Wake County Sheriff’s Office will coordinate and schedule training for law enforcement.

The reopening of the range for public use has been postponed while staff assesses the risk presented by COVID-19. The reopening had been scheduled for March 15.

Information on how the range will operate for the public is maintained by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission.

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The Wake County Firearms Education and Training Center was built by Wake County for citizens to provide a safe place for target shooting. This facility allows local law enforcement personnel to maintain their skills. Additionally, marksmanship and hunting are increasingly popular sports in Wake County, and citizens now have a safe and enjoyable place in which to practice.

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