San Jose Municipal Firing Range
1580 South 10th Street
San Jose, CA 95112
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Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 6:30pm to 9:30pm
Saturday 2pm to 5pm
- $10/hour – adult shooting in a dedicated firing lane
- $5/hour – junior shooting in a dedicated firing lane
- When adults are sharing a firing lane (maximum of 3 shooters per lane) the fee is $10/hour for the first adult plus an additional $5/hour for each additional adult.
- Juniors pay $5/hour if shooting in a dedicated firing lane but shoot for free if sharing a lane with an adult paying the $10/hour fee
- A junior is defined as anyone between the age of 10 years to 18 years of age. Note Juniors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian or have a current signed consent form from a parent or legal guardian in their possession.
- Eye Protection, Ear Protection and Targets available
Pistols: 22 to 45 caliber (No magnums)
Rifles: any air rifle or 17-22 LR rimfire only
Eye and ear protection required
Public Use Range Rules
SJMFR Range Use Policy
SJMFR Group Use Application Procedure
SJMFR Event Application
Directions to the range:
From 280 take the 10th street exit and go south on 10th street. The range is on the left hand side of
the street just past the Ice Center and just before the railroad tracks.
The 10th St. San Jose Municipal Firing Range
and the SCVRC Juniors' programs have benefited from multiple thousands of
dollars in grants from the NRA Foundation over the past 14 years. These NRA
grants have enabled the SCVRC to upgrade the SJ-PRNS 10th Street Range Facility
interior with the following: new cabinetry (05NCA); Troy Board™ acoustic panels
(08NCA27); new shooting benches (10NCA24); completely painted and sealed floor
area (NRA43CA10); and a number of main backstop upgrades (11NCA49).
In2018, two key NRA grants (range grant: R17-33-$4000 and NRA
Foundation grant: 18CAN037-$5538) were received in support of purchasing
materials and constructing an upgraded backstop system. This project was
completed on 9/01/2018 and is fully functional. The popular 2nd Saturday
“Public Outreach” program received support from NRA Foundation grant 18CAN040,
which provided a variety of center-fire ammunition along with standard
rim-fire ammunition. We are now able to offer participants an opportunity
to experience the difference between rim-fire and center-fire shooting.
The SCVRC Juniors' program has obtained crucial teaching materials, shooting
coats, spotting scopes, and competition-level air rifles from past NRA
grants. In 2018, our junior programs received 4 NRA Foundation
grants. Support for the Marksmanship Qualification Program (MQP) was
provided by 18CAN038 ($1175 for training materials and a new electronic
scoring system along with much needed rim-fire ammunition). Our
introductory First Steps Rifle program also received rim-fire ammunition and
program-specific training documents for individual students through grant 18CAN039.
Grant 18CAN041 ($140 for a new scoring program along with 5 new air
pistols) allowed us to initiate a new junior air-pistol marksmanship
program. We have been able to further improve our coaches and instructors
level of training through grant 18CAN042 ($1500 for coach/instructor
These improvements would not have been possible without
the generous support of the NRA and the NRA Foundation. The SCVRC, Inc.
strongly encourages your support of the NRA Foundation by attending Friends of
NRA dinners. Without your continued support, grants such as these would not be