4810 North 26th Street
Boulder, CO 80306
- Boulder, CO Appleseed June 27-28, 2020
- Boulder, CO Rimfire Known Distance July 25, 2020
- Boulder, CO Appleseed August 22-23, 2020
- Boulder, CO Rimfire Known Distance September 26, 2020
- Boulder, CO Appleseed November 7-8, 2020
Both Centerfire and 22 Rimfire rifles are normally allowed at this location. Please check each particular event for details though since some events have different requirements.
EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY THE USE OF SMITH AND WESSON M&P 15/22’S AT AN APPLESEED ARE HEREBY TEMPORARILY PROHIBITED DUE TO RECENT SAFETY ISSUES.
Please Read: How to Prepare for an Event
Rifles must be cased and left in vehicle until after the Safety Briefing. Do Not bring your firearms out until instructed to bring them to the firing line. No loaded firearms on the range unless on the firing line and load command has been given. Eye and ear protection required. No illegal firearms are allowed. Some ranges are .22 rimfire only. At ranges that allow centerfire no rifle cartridges over 8mm cal or handgun cartridges over .45 cal are allowed.
Range Fee: $10 per adult per event. $5 per junior or senior per event.
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Days Hotel: 5397 South Boulder, Road, Boulder, CO 80303, 303-499-4422
Best Western: 770 28th Street, Boulder, CO 80303, 800-233-8469
Quality Inn: 2020 Arapahoe Avenue, Boulder, CO 80302, 303-449-7550
From Boulder, at intersection of 28th Street and Jay Road, go northwest approximately 1500 feet on Highway 36 (28th Street). Then turn North (right) on 26th Street. Go about .5 miles to Quonset hut in small canyon.
State Laws to be aware of:
It is the responsibility of attendees to know and comply with all and Federal Firearms Laws.
However, if passing thru Denver: Denver has an Assault Weapons Ban for rifles with mags over 20 rounds, also mags over 20 rounds are banned. Although there are provisions for a non-resident passing through, it is best to keep firearms cased and simply avoid stopping in Denver altogether. They will arrest you and make you hire a lawyer to get your rifle back. There is no state Assault Weapons Ban. Open carry is legal in Colorado except in some cities (don't press your luck in cities, they'll find something else to charge you with). Concealed carry requires a permit. No loaded long arms in vehicles – chamber must be empty (hunting law), handguns OK.
Please leave your rifles in the car until asked to bring them to the firing line. Please, no handguns (concealed or open) on the firing line. Bring layered clothing, a windbreaker, and lightweight gloves, eye protection and hearing protection. Bring rain gear, jacket, a lunch, snacks, and plenty of water. A shooting jacket will be extremely helpful for the high power shooting, and a shooting mat, e.g., a 4’ x 7’ carpet scrap, will be desired for prone and sitting. If rain or snow is expected, bring a tarp to put your mat on. For more on what to bring see: http://www.appleseedinfo.org/as_prepare.html
No alcohol permitted.
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