Our Main Classroom is 35' x 35' and located adjacent to our Pro Shop. It can comfortably seat up to 30 students with chairs and tables and larger groups of up to 50 students with theater seating arrangements. It has full audio/visual hookups, blue guns, and other training aids. It also has a microwave and refrigerator available for students that wish to bring their own lunch.
Our Pavilion has both climate-controlled and open-air options. It has Picnic Style seating for up to 36 people and can also serve as a lecture-style classroom for up to 18 people. It is conveniently located next to our Pro Shop and restroom facility and has a refrigerator, microwave, wood-burning fireplace, and gas grill. The Pavilion is also available to be rented for Birthdays, Showers, Weddings and other social events.
Training Range 1 (Snake Creek)
This little creek snakes its way across Raymond, MS and through BoondocksFTA™. During the Civil War, Snake Creek served as a key position for the Union Army during the Battle of Raymond. After the battle, many of the Confederates who had escaped bivouacked here for the night.
- 75' wide x 60' deep
- Power Available
- No Steel Targets
- Weekdays: $500/day
- Weekends: $1000/day
- Nights: +20%
Training Range 2 (Champion Hill)
The Battle of Champion Hill, fought May 16, 1863, was the pivotal battle in the Vicksburg Campaign of the American Civil War (1861-1865). Union Army commander Maj. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant and the Army of Tennessee pursued the retreating Confederate States Army, under Lt. Gen. John C. Pemberton and defeated his army twenty miles to the east of Vicksburg, Mississippi, leading inevitably to the Siege of Vicksburg and surrender. The battle is also known as Baker's Creek.
- 100' wide x 150' deep
- 12 Lane Remote Controlled Turning Target System
- Programmable for any course of fire
- 24 Automated Resetting Steel Plates
- 12 Stationary Steel Targets
- Flash/bangs Okay to Use
- Weekday: $500/day
- Weekends: $1,000/day
- Includes technical support for target system
- Nights: +20%
Member Range 1 (Robinson Range)
- 75' wide x 75' deep
- Steel Targets
- Flashbangs okay to Use
- 15 yards deep - Handguns
- Steel targets & target stands
- 75 yards deep - Rifles
Member Range 2 (Waverly Range)
Waverly mansion was built 1831-1834 on a parcel of land approximately a quarter of a mile from the town's courthouse by John B. Peyton and his wife, Mary Fairchild Lewis. On May 12, 1863, General Grant and his men occupied Waverly and camped on the grounds.
Long after General Grant and his men left Raymond, historic Waverly continued to be the home of the Peyton family. It has been in the family and passed down from one generation to the next.
Waverly Range consists of a handgun range and a long gun range up to 75 yards. On the weekends, Waverly is designated as the Alumni Range.
Porter Shoot House
We call it the "Shoot House" because that's exactly what it is... A house we built and use for training that replicates someone's house.
- Approx. 2,700 sq. ft.
- 1½ Stories
- Fully Covered
- UTM/Sims ONLY
- ½ Day: $500
- Whole Day: $1,000
- Nights: +20%
- Video Service: $50/hour (2-hour minimum)
- Includes technician. Raw footage provided on a zip drive.