Sherburne Shooting Range

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Hours

Skeet Range #1, Archery Range, Pistol Range, and Rifle Range: 7 days a week, sunrise to sunset

Skeet/Trap Range #2: Thursday-Saturday, 8 am-4 pm

Fees

Free

Location

Sherburne Wildlife Management Area, 1132 Sherburne Road, Lottie, LA 70756 (3 miles south of U.S. Hwy 190 on LA Hwy 975)

Contact

Sherburne Headquarters: 337-566-2251; Baton Rouge Office: 337-765-2920; dhurdle@wlf.la.gov

Owner/operator

LDWF

Description

  • Skeet Range #1
    • Two to four manual throwers
    • Bring your own clay targets and shells.
  • Skeet/Trap Range #2
    • Two electric throwers (high and low houses) and one trap bunkhouse, with remote-controlled releases
    • Shooters must supply their clays and ammunition. We recommend standard (4.5-inch) clays.
  • Archery Range
    • Bag targets are set at various distances of 10, 20, 30, 40, and 50 yards
    • 15-foot elevated tower for shooting 3-D targets
  • Pistol Range
    • Covered outdoor range with 10, 25, and 50-yard targets
    • 20 shooting positions
  • Rifle Range
    • Covered outdoor range with 25, 50, and 100-yard targets
    • 12 concrete shooting benches
    • Paper targets only

Rules

Self-Clearing Permit

You must have a Self-Clearing Permit for all activities on wildlife management areas, unless otherwise specified. This includes the use of any shooting range. Self-Clearing Permits are available at Information/Permit Stations located on the Range Complex. You must fill out the Self-Clearing Permit before entering the range area.

Licenses

If you’re using a WMA for any purpose other than hunting, you must have one of the following:

  • A valid Wild Louisiana Stamp
  • A valid Louisiana fishing license
  • A valid Louisiana hunting license

Individuals younger than age 16 or older than age 60 are exempt from this requirement.

Range Rules

  1. All users must abide by range officer directions (if present).
  2. Eye and ear protection required.
  3. Firearms must be uncased, magazines removed, and actions open when carried onto range.
  4. Keep all muzzles pointed in a safe direction.
  5. No handling of firearms when users are down range.
  6. Shooters may have only one firearm on the firing line at a time.
  7. All firearms must be unloaded with the actions open unless on the firing line and the range is cleared for live fire. 
  8. During a cease fire, all firearms must be properly racked behind the shooting line, completely unloaded, with the action open.
  9. No rapid fire or fully automatic fire.
  10. Firearms may not be drawn and fired from holsters.
  11. Only paper targets and provided target frames may be used. No metal or exploding targets.
  12. No tracer or armor piercing rounds allowed.
  13. Must use the provided launchers to shoot clay targets.
  14. No alcoholic beverages allowed.
  15. No profane language or derogatory remarks.
  16. No pets allowed.
  17. Shooters must pick up their own shell hulls, casings, and trash and dispose of it properly.
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