Flagstaff’s First Indoor Shooting Range Celebrating Grand Opening

For Immediate Release                                                                    Contact: Rob Wilson

Wednesday, May 23, 2018                                                                rob@timberlinefirearms.us



Flagstaff’s First Indoor Shooting Range Celebrating Grand Opening


Timberline Firearms & Training promoting firearm safety, practice, training, gun store, jobs


FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. – As the Coconino National Forest goes into fire restrictions that limit activity in the woods, Flagstaff’s first indoor shooting range, Timberline Firearms & Training, is welcoming sport shooting enthusiasts of all abilities. A ribbon cutting ceremony marking the official grand opening of the locally owned range is 9:30 a.m., Friday, May 25, at the corner of Highway 89 and Copeland Lane, six miles north of the Flagstaff Mall.


The 11,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art facility, which had a soft opening last week, is open every day and offers 12 shooting lanes that feature touch screen controlled, programmable target carriers, a Milo Live Fire Video Simulation System with more than 800 different scenarios, a members’ lounge and a 2,000-square-foot retail store with firearms, ammunition, targets and safety equipment.


Owners, retired Navy Senior Chief Rob Wilson and Phoenix television news videographer Elise Wilson, opened the range to share their passion for the sport and promote firearm safety, training and practice.


“We realized the need in this community for a place where people can safely practice. Shooting is a perishable skill, and people don’t often have the equipment, the targets or the time to practice at the wildcat ranges in the forest,” said Rob. “With fire restrictions and weather challenges, it’s often not possible to go to the forest for this activity.”


Timberline Firearms has created 13 jobs, including range safety officers and instructors. The new business offers courses and private lessons, serves as a practice and training site for law enforcement officers and provides meeting facilities for groups like The Well Armed Woman.


“Women are the fastest growing demographic in the firearms industry and it’s become a more women-friendly sport,” says Elise, an award-winning cowboy mounted shooting competitor. “Woman have become increasingly interested in taking responsibility for their own safety, and they are finding that shooting is really fun. We’ve taken special care to provide an atmosphere that makes women feel comfortable in a sport that may have felt intimidating in the past.”


Timberline Firearms & Training will be hosting a Well Armed Women – Flagstaff Chapter meet and greet at 6 p.m., Monday, June 11, for an orientation into the organization and a range tour.


The Wilsons, who live and work in the Timberline community, strive to be good neighbors and environmentally conscious in their lifestyle and business practices. The HEPA air filter system in the range ensures that exhaust leaving the building is cleaner than the air entering the building. Lead and brass from spent rounds are being recycled. And, prairie dogs living on the site were relocated to the forest before the facility was constructed with help from the Arizona Game and Fish Dept. and Habitat Harmony.


Mission Statement: Timberline Firearms & Training is committed to the safe, responsible firearms ownership and use.


Timberline Firearms & Training * 11972 N US Highway 89, 86004 * 928-526-7900 www.timberlineFirearms.us

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