Where's the nation's best shooting range? Robbinsdale, MN, of course

The National Shooting Sports Foundation says you can't do better than Bill's Gun Shop and Range in Robbinsdale. Lots of attention to safety and education there and plenty of women and children getting trained.
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The National Shooting Sports Foundation says you can't do better than Bill's Gun Shop and Range in Robbinsdale. Lots of attention to safety and education there and plenty of women and children getting trained.

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