Instructions 1- Open The Low House Window You Will See The Yellow Pull Cord, It Will Plug Into The Cord Hanging Just Below The Coin-op Box. On the South Side Of The Low Skeet House Is The Switch To Turn On The Power To The Skeet Thrower. 2- High House There Is A Bar With A Loop On The End To Reach Up To The Pin On The High House Window. Carefully Pull The Window Open (Please Do Not Let It Drop). The Power Switch For The High House Is On The East Side Of The House. 3-The Coin-Op Takes Tokens, For The Present Time The Tokens Can Be Purchased Sundays During Open Shooting 4- Make Sure You Are All Ready To Begin Shooting Before You Put In Your Tokens. Each Token Is Worth 27 Birds. Sometimes You Need To Twist The Ends Of The Cords To make Good Contact. 5- THERE ARE TWO TOGGLE SWITCHES ON THE COIN-OP BOX DO NOT TOUCH EITHER ONE AS IT COULD CLEAR THE BIRDS OUT AND YOU WILL LOSE NOT ONLY YOUR BIRDS BUT HOW EVER MANY SHOOTERS HAVE PUT IN TOKENS COULD LOSE THERE BIRDS ALSO. NO REFUNDS 6- When You Are Done Shut The Power Off, Hang The Cord Back In The Low House,Close The Window. Carefully Close The Window On The High House,Shut The Power Off and Lay The Bar Down On The East Side Of The High House.
The Worland Shooting Complex previously received an NRA grant to build a cover over the rifle range and a storage shed. With our summers, we know our shooters will be much more comfortable in the shade now!
Take a look at some of the photos of the building process. Many thanks to all who helped!
Worland Shooting Complex is getting off to a great start for 2015! We have secured two grants from the NRA this year: one for 5 Stand Clay Shooting amounting to $49,215.00, and a second for additional pistol and black powder resources for $16,840.31.
We're excited about expanding the possibilities for the Worland Shooting Complex. Your support helps make this possible. If you are not a member yet, consider joining today!
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