Below is a list of shooting ranges in Nebraska state. We hope you will find a range you will like!
Thunder Alley Indoor Shooting Range LLC
We are Lincoln Nebraska’s premiere indoor shooting range. We offer 6 lanes for shooting; (Our high-power rifle lane is available Tuesday – Friday or as schedule on home page dictates), as well as on-site Firearm Sales, Firearms Training, Firearm Rentals, CCW Classes, Targets, Ammo, Accessories, Snacks and Softdrinks and a Whole Lot More…Stop In and Check Us Out!
Address: 4713 Hartley St #1, Lincoln, NE 68504
Phone: +1 402-464-0083
BigShots Indoor Range & Gun Store
BigShots Indoor Range, Gun Store and ProShop is serving Lincoln and Southeast Nebraska. Our facilities include a state-of-the-art indoor firearms range and a gun store with an extensive selection of over 300 firearms. BigShots is your local, family owned firearm dealer – we Buy Sell & Trade. We also offer an extensive range of training and certifications options in addition to Private Lessons.
Address: 399 Sun Valley Blvd, Lincoln, NE 68528
Phone: +1 402-904-4791
88 Tactical Group
In 2003 Shea Degan created one of the most modern and fastest-growing security franchises in the United States. In recognition of the State of Nebraska LE code for “Situation Secure” he called this new company SIGNAL 88. During this process, he identified a need to provide law enforcement, military, and the civilian community with diversified, tactical instruction that would keep their “Situation Secure” in the face of a changing and uncertain future.
Address: 15350 Shepard St, Omaha, NE 68138
Phone: +1 402-933-7171
The Marksman Indoor Range
The Marksman Indoor Range is a small, family-owned and operated company. We provide a fun, safe, and friendly shooting range experience. We’re open 7 days a week for your convenience
Address: 2505 River Rd Dr, Waterloo, NE 68069
Phone: +1 402-359-1396
Papillion Gun Club
The Papillion Gun Club’s first shoot was held Saturday, December 8, 1923 on grounds west of Will Cordes’ home in the Northwest part of Papillion. It started at 10 AM with geese and ducks as prizes. Two traps were in use. The second shoot was held Sunday January 31, 1924 but the County Attorney, acting upon complaints of noise, issued an orser to halt the shoot and Sheriff Olderog came out and ordered the sportsmen to cease fire.
Address: RR 1, Papillion, NE 68046
Phone: +1 402-339-3760