The Tri-Cities Shooting Association invites you and your family to dust off your family firearms and bring them out to our Rattlesnake Mountain Shooting Facility for a safe and fun day of target shooting.  We offer one of the most extensive recreational shooting facilities in the Pacific Northwest and draw shooters from the Tri-Cities, surrounding states, and even Canada.

Our family oriented shooting ranges are staffed with trained Range Safety Officers to help ensure your family will have a safe and pleasant shooting experience.  Visit us to check out our modern, clean facilities and find out about the large variety of different shooting events regularly being conducted on our ranges.  Be sure to check out the dates for the specific events on our calendar link.

All fees charged by Tri-Cities Shooting Association and its disciplines include sales tax, when applicable.

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First Shots, an introduction to shooting

PPresented by the Tri-Cities Shooting Association in association with the National Shooting Sports Foundation.

Each class includes an introductory classroom session followed by live fire on the range with the assistance of qualified Range Safety Officers.

First Shots will take place on Saturday, May 9th, 2019 at 10 AM and 1 PM.

For more information check out the flyer.

To sign up please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Mike Ensminger at 509-628-0889

Firearms training

You may find a variety of NRA approved local area firearm training classes listed at www.nrainstructors.org for individuals wanting training in specific firearm safety areas such as Home Defense, Basic Pistols, Rifles, Ammunition Reloading, and Don’t be a Victim. Prices for attending these classes will be identified on the NRA webpage.

TCSA Range Weather

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Upcoming Events

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