Nice, but Colorado gun friendly?
A shooting range consultant is opening a 65,000-square-foot indoor facility in October — the latest in a number of shooting clubs that have been popping up in places from gun-friendly Colorado and Texas to Miami’s Wynwood Arts District.
Greg Wodack, the owner and operator of Elite Shooting Sports LLC, and his team broke ground on the location just off of Interstate 66 in Gainesville, Virginia, in April and have been working at a breakneck pace to open on schedule in October.
The facility will house two 25-yard ranges, a 50-yard range and a 100-yard range, a 1,600-square-foot, two-story live-fire shoot house for law enforcement training, a cafe, a lounge and a 5,000-square-foot retail area — a contrast to the image of musty rifle or hunting clubs.
Elite Shooting Sports also will have its own gunsmith and a dojo for law enforcement training. It also will feature Ti training — an experience like a video game that adjusts its scenarios based on real-time outcomes.