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Great Oaks Shooting Range

Great Oaks Shooting Range

Our range staff is dedicated in providing quality firearms programs to support the training needs of Law Enforcement, the Private Security Professional and civilians. All Great Oaks firearms instructors are Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission certified for Basic Police and Basic Private Security in revolver, semiautomatic and shotgun qualifications and re-qualifications.

Our facility consists of two bays each having TEN 150-foot fully automated target shooting positions. You will shoot in the comfort of a modern climate controlled indoor firing range, with an air handling system that continually filters/circulates fresh air that drives the gun-smoke downrange.

Great Oaks Police Academy offers a firearms course to meet the Ohio Peace Officer Training Council (OPOTC) annual in-service mandate for active police officers and honorably retired (HR218) officers.

Basic handgun and shotgun qualification and re-qualification courses are available for the private security professional.

Our Concealed Carry Course is designed to provide civilians the training required to apply for the Ohio Concealed Carry Permit.

The Basic Rifle course will introduce the user to the proper handling and shooting of the AR15 and M4 rifle.

No single action/sub compact weapons permitted on the range.

For additional questions or information call 513.612.5899.

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