An official army family and MWR Site
The Privately Owned Firearm Range is open for all authorized users.
We are utilizing appropriate social distancing and sanitizing procedures as well as limiting the number of patrons.
Patrons must wear a mask when inside office areas.

Limited rental equipment will be available.

All forms of payment accepted.


Privately Owned Firearm Range

Types of Ranges

Three (3) Lanes of eight (8) Pop-Up Targets ranging from 7 to 30 yards.

Seven (7) Sniper Lanes of Iron Maiden Targets ranging from 218 to 800 yards.

Five (5) Concrete Bays, 75 yards long.

Eighteen (18) Sand/Fox Holes with Target Frames at 25 yards.  (Range 15 overflow)

Range Fees

EFFECTIVE 01 May 2019

  Range Fees Active Duty Retired Military DoD/Civilian
  Pistol, Rifle & Shotgun
Daily Rate
$7 $8 $10
  Pistol, Rifle & Shotgun
5 Visit Punch Pass
$30 $35 $45
  Pistol, Rifle & Shotgun
10 Visit Punch Pass
$60 $70 $90
  Pistol, Rifle & Shotgun
25 Visit Punch Pass
$145 $170 $220
  Firearm Rental $10 $10 $10


  Steel Target Rental
2 Hours
Steel Target Rental
All Day
Safety Classes
  $15 $25 $4


Range Regulations

Fort Campbell MWR
Privately Owned Firearms Range



1.      All new Privately Owned Firearm (POF) patrons on Range 16 must receive a safety
         brief and range brief given by the Range Safety Officer (RSO).

2.      Shooters will keep firearms pointed up and downrange at all times.

3.      All firearms will be fired at an angle of 10 degrees or less.

4.      Shooters will not go beyond the firing line for the purpose of firing.

5.      Shooters are not allowed to fire outside of the right and left limit markers.
         (Markers are set at 275 yards and 550 yards.)

6.      All shooters will fire from the designated firing line on each range.

7.      Shooting Bays:  Shooters will only move down range 50 meters with coach following.

8.      All shooters will go downrange together to check targets.  If a person elects not to go 
         downrange, he/she will then clear their weapon and place it on the stand/sand bag
         and step back away from the firing line until everyone has returned.  Do not pick up
         weapon until all shooters are back from downrange.

9.      All shooters using Range 16 will pick up their brass, ammo and trash before leaving
         (scrounging of brass is strictly forbidden).

10.  Spectators are not authorized within 10 feet of shooters and/or firing line.

11.  No alcohol is allowed anywhere on the range.

12.  Smoking is only authorized in designated areas.

13.  Any flagrant violations of safety or the rules, will result in a shooter being asked to

14.  The operation of Fort Campbell MWR Privately Owned Firearms Range is a business. 
       There will be no selling of guns, ammo and/or shooting supplies except by MWR staff.

Printable PDF

Weapons Registration

All personnel (including but not limited to Active Duty, Retired, National Guard, and Reserve military and their Family members; Department of Defense employees and their Family members; and Civilians who are not affiliated with Fort Campbell) who desire to maintain, frequently use, or transport a privately owned weapon on this installation will register the weapon(s) with DES.

Registration of the weapon does not replace or relieve individuals of their responsibility to comply with applicable federal, state, and local laws regarding possession, purchase, sale, transfer, and transport of weapons.

All firearms brought onto the installation will be registered with the DES, VISITOR CONTROL CENTER (VCC). Weapons to be registered are NOT TO be brought to the T.C. Freeman (Gate 4) or Gate 7 Visitor Control Centers or Building 94C (Town Center). Only the form bill of sale or other documentation indicating the make, model, and serial number is necessary.

Firearms Registration Form - Printable PDF  (Print, Complete and Submit)

(Note: Firearms will not be transported inside the VCC building.)

Please address all questions regarding weapon registration at +1 (270)798-5047">+1 (270)798-5047.

Weapons Transportation

All firearms must be declared upon entry onto Fort Campbell and Weapons Registration Permit verified when entering the access control point (gate).

If you are declaring a firearm at the point of entry, all personnel will pull directly to the guard booth for processing.

All firearms must be unloaded and properly stored. Privately owned firearms carried in vehicle will be secured in the trunk. For vehicles without a trunk, firearms will be encased in a container.

Carrying concealed personal firearms on Fort Campbell is strictly prohibited. State concealed weapons permits are not recognized or honored on the installation.

Please address all questions regarding weapon transportation at +1 (270)798-5047">+1 (270)798-5047.

Restricted Caliber Information

Restricted Caliber Information

  Up to .300 Winchester Magnum Allowed FC-POF-Up-to-.300-Winchester-Magnum-Allowed-rdc.jpg
  .338 Lapua Magnum Restricted FC-.338-Lapua-Magnum-Restricted-rdc.jpg
  M855A1 Restricted FC-M855A1-Restricted-rdc.jpg


Frequently Asked Questions

Can Civilians use Range 16?

Yes, as long as you pass inspection through the Fort Campbell T.C. Freeman Visitor Center located at Gate 4 you can use the range. You will need to provide a Driver's License, Vehicle Registration, and Proof of Insurance. If you're bringing weapons, fill out the Weapon Registration Form located under the Range Information tab.
Address any further questions about post access to the Visitor Center (270)798-5047.


Does POF @ Range 16 rent guns?

Yes, we offer a small variety of pistols and rifles listed under the Gun Rentals tab. We have doubles of most in case you want to compete against your friend.


Can I bring my child to the range?

Yes, but they have to be age nine (9) and up to be allowed on the firing line and must watch the safety video like everyone else. Ages eight (8) and below are not allowed on the firing line or allowed to fire any guns at this range.


Are full automatic weapons allowed?



Can I bring my own targets/frames?

Yes. Clean up after yourself.


Are shotguns allowed?

Yes, but you can only shoot at your own targets and frames. Check with the Range Safety Officer prior to using a shotgun.

Gun Rentals
  Description Caliber
  Beretta 92 FS 9mm
  DPMS AR-15 5.56/.223
  DPMS AR-15 (Carry Handle) 5.56/.223
  Glock 22 Gen4 .40 S&W
  Rock Island 1911 Standard .45 ACP
  Ruger 357 GP100 .357 MAG
  Ruger 357 SP101 .357 MAG
  Ruger MK III (Heavy) .22 LR
  Ruger MK III (Slim) .22 LR
  Savage MK II G Bolt 20.75" .22 LR
  Springfield M1A .308 (7.62x51mm)




  Description Price UOM
  Powerade $1.75 Each
  Water, 20 $1.75 Each


  Description Price UOM
  223 Ammo (5.56mm) $7.25 Box
  22 LR Ammo $5.25 Box
  30-06 Ammo $27 Box
  40 S&W Ammo $16 Box
  308 Ammo (7.62x51mm) $22 Box
  38 Special $20.50 Box
  45 ACP Ammo $19 Box
  380 Ammo $16 Box
  30-30 Ammo $17.50  Box
  9mm Ammo $11.50 Box
  7.62x39mm Ammo $12 Box
  270 Ammo $21.50 Box
  357 MAG Ammo $25 Box
  7.62x54r Ammo $12.50 Box
  243 Ammo $19.50 Box
  357 SIG Ammo $35 Box
  12ga 3" Turkey $11 Box
  12ga 2 3/4 Turkey $9 Box
  12ga Slugs $4 Box


Shooting Accessories

  Description Price UOM
  Rem-Oil $2.50 Each
  Outers Gun Oil $2.50 Each
  Ear Muffs $35 Each
  Safety Glasses $6 Each
  Brush $5 Each
  Bore Brush $2 Each
  Bore Snake $15 Each
  Pistol Kit $15 Each
  Glock Mag $20  Each
  Glock Disassembly $6 Each


  Description Price UOM
  7" Hi Vis Targets $1 Each
  12" Hi Vis Targets $1.50 Each
  Specialty Targets $1 Each
  Bullseye Targets $1 Each



Arts & Crafts Adult Canvas Painting

Adult Canvas Painting

Dec 3 5 pm - 7 pm

Arts & Crafts Adult Canvas Painting

Adult Canvas Painting

Dec 3 5 pm - 7 pm

Friday PFC Hours

Find the Friday schedule for the Fort Campbell Physical Fitness Centers.

Dec 4

Arts & Crafts Wheel Throwing Class (Part 1 of 2)

Learn how to use a pottery wheel.

Dec 4 10 am - 12 pm

Eagle Hour at Warrior Zone

Stop by and relax after a long day at work!

Dec 4 5 pm - 7 pm

Eagle Hour at Warrior Zone

Stop by and relax after a long day at work!

Dec 4 5 pm - 7 pm

Saturday PFC Hours

Find the Saturday schedule for the Fort Campbell Physical Fitness Centers.

Dec 5

Sunday PFC Hours

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Dec 6

Lunch and Bowl

You can eat lunch and bowl a couple of games!

Dec 7 11 am - 1 pm

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You can eat lunch and bowl a couple of games!

Dec 7 11 am - 1 pm

Arts & Canvas Kids Canvas Painting Copy

Kids Canvas Painting

Dec 9 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Arts & Crafts Rustic Signs

Make a decorative Rustic Sign

Dec 10 5 pm - 7:30 pm