Pennsylvania: Game Commission Extends the Expiration of Current Shooting Range Permits

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Last week, the Pennsylvania Game Commission put out a press release announcing that all 2019-20 shooting range permits will remain valid for an additional two months (through August 31, 2020.)  This extension also includes 2019-20 hunting and fur taker licenses that allow hunters to use shooting ranges on certain public lands.

This extension makes up for lost time due to the closing of ranges from Covid-19 concerns.  Not all ranges on public land are currently open, but the following list of open ranges is provided by Pennsylvania Game Commission at their website:  State Game Lands 24 in Forest County; State Game Lands 72 in Clarion County; State Game Lands 109 in Erie County; State Game Lands 176 in Centre County; and State Game Lands 77 in Clearfield County.  Further range openings will be announced by the Game Commission as it occurs.

Your NRA-ILA will continue to keep you updated on this and other Second Amendment issues in Pennsylvania.

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