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Upcoming Events

Wed May 24 @ 9:00AM - 08:00PM
Shotgun Range open
Thu May 25 @ 7:30AM -
50 BMG Benchrest Practice
Fri May 26 @ 7:30AM -
50 BMG Benchrest Practice
Fri May 26 @ 9:00AM - 03:00PM
Rose-Iris Range Open
Sat May 27
Rattlesnake Gulch Rangers Match
Sat May 27 @ 7:30AM -
50 BMG BR Match
Sat May 27 @ 9:00AM - 03:00PM
Rose-Iris Range Open
Sat May 27 @ 9:00AM - 02:00PM
Skeet League
Sat May 27 @ 9:00AM - 03:00PM
Shotgun Range open
Sun May 28 @ 7:30AM -
50 BMG BR Match

Range Use Request

Range Use Request

Thank you for your interest in requesting the use of our Rattlesnake Mountain Shooting Facilities. The Tri-Cities Shooting Association must approve all Rattlesnake Mountain Shooting Facilities Range Use Requests.

Range Use Requests

Ranges regularly scheduled to be open for public use or events currently scheduled on the TCSA Calendar will take priority over any later received Range Use Requests.  Requests should be submitted at least 30 days prior to requested dates to allow time for processing.

For-Profit Range Use Requests cannot be approved per the Benton County Park Board letter of direction and the Benton County TCSA Lease agreement.

The event coordinator/sponsor is responsible for removal of all trash and is liable for all damages incurred during the requested event.  At the completion of the event, the requested range(s) will be returned to their original setup layout and condition before the event.

Shotgun Range Use Requests

Shotgun Range Uses Requests must be processed through the form on the TCSA Shotgun website.  Click here to go to the Shotgun Range Use Request Form.

All Other Range Use Requests

The requested Range(s) Discipline Lead is/are responsible for identifying the names and membership #s of currently qualified TCSA RSOs who will ensure TCSA Range safety rules are followed for the event.

Requester shall enter the information below (All fields are required to be completed).

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Overnight Camping Requests

Overnight camping on the Rattlesnake Mountain Shooting Facility (RMSF) will only be allowed for those individuals participating in scheduled shooting matches or discipline related events.  No other public recreational overnight camping is allowed on the RMSF.

Each camper will sign a TCSA Overnight Camping Agreement form indicating their concurrence to comply with the TCSA rules and submit the form to the event coordinator.  The discipline event coordinator will keep the signed form until after the event is concluded, and a check with the other Disciplines Ranges has been completed to see that no damages to other ranges have occurred. Click here to print the TCSA Overnight Camping Agreement form.