5-Star Indoor Gun Range to Open in Franklin

Nashville Armory gun range

Responsible gun ownership just got a little easier in the Franklin area. Over the weekend Nashville Armory, Nashville’s 1st 5-star indoor gun range, finalized the purchase of the “Everything Weapons” building located just south of Hwy 96/Murfreesboro Rd in Franklin, TN. This addition to the area gives gun owners a new outlet to not just buy guns or shoot them, but offers a wide range of training courses as well.

As gun ownership trends change in Nashville and the surrounding cities, Nashville Armory focuses on delivering a clean and comfortable environment for a wide range of new shooters. On average, Nashville Armory sees just under 3,000 new shooters a month with over 80% of these new shooters living in Tennessee. Trends are changing and Nashville Armory is ready to bring Franklin an updated feel and look that rivals the typical “gun shop”.

The old “Everything Weapons” building will be closed for 6-8 weeks for refurbishments and updates. Once re-opened, it will be a 5-star range titled Nashville Armory: Franklin. The new range will include 11 rifle-rated shooting lanes with rubber bullet trap, custom stone and leather shooting stalls, and high-quality air filtration system. Each shooting stall will have a touchscreen F1 Target Retriever system provided by Fusion Target. This location has shooters in mind with a wide range of training classes and an additional retail space.

For updates to the building and up-and-coming Nashville Armory: Franklin, visit nashvillearmory.com.

You can currently visit Nashville Armory at 4290 Kenilwood Drive, Nashville TN 37204.

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