Pennsylvania Security Training Institute's Private Shooting Range:

 The PSTI Firearms Training Range is a private training range located in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. The range is certified by the Pennsylvania State Police and the NRA. The range consists of a 100 yard rifle/shotgun/pistol qualification range with 8 shooting stations and a 25 yard tactical range with 6 shooting stations. The range is available for private use or private instruction and a $15.00 range fee is required. To schedule a private shooting session please contact us on our contact page or call 866-260-5285. We are proud members of the NRA and ADSI.

Firing Range Rules

All guns to be used on the range must be unloaded & cased prior to entering or leaving the property.

No intoxicating substances on the premises, including parking areas. Use of the premises is prohibited to anyone who has consumed such substances.

Safe gun handling practices will be observed at all times. (NRA Standards)

Upon entering the range area, all commands of Range Officer’s or posted rules shall be followed.

Approved eye & ear protection must be worn at all times while on the range.

You must be 21 years old to shoot a handgun & 18 years old to shoot a long gun unless accompanied by parent or legal guardian at which the age is 12 to shoot either.

NO food or drink of any kind is permitted on the range.

All guns used on the range must be in safe operating condition and used only with the proper ammunition included hand-loaded ammo.

Always keep the gun pointed in a safe direction.

Always keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.

Know your target and what is beyond.

You can load as many rounds as you would like, and fire them as fast as you want, as long as you do so safely and accurately.

There is to be NO hand to hand transfers of firearms. If you want to pass a firearm to another shooter, place the weapon on the firing line bench and step back. The other shooter may then step forward and pick up the weapon.

Any loading or unloading of any firearm or magazines must be done on the firing line bench.

There is to be NO loaded and holstered firearms on the range with the exception of the previous rule.

There is to be NO firing a firearm from the hip. This includes pistol grip shotguns.

All persons, belongings, targets, ammo, and firearms are to remain forward of the line while on the range. This is to permit a fast, uninterrupted path for the Range Officer should an emergency arise.

PSTIreserves the right to reject or refuse anyone access to all facilities