Tronsrue Marksmanship Center

Hours of Operation

Monday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Tuesday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Wednesday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Thursday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Friday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

Contact

665 Tower Rd
Google Map

Handicap Accessible

Tel:
+1 (845)938-1700

Military DSN Tel:
+1 (312)668-1700

We are proud to announce the opening of the Tronsrue Marksmanship Center. The new and improved indoor shooting facility is accessible to DoD ID card holders. See below for information to utilize the facility. The center is located next to the Gillis Field House. We at Family and MWR sincerely appreciate your continued support and will do all we can to make your experience fantastic.

Basic Pistol Course Photos
  • Classroom training begins for the Basic Pistol Course at the Army Education Center.

    Classroom training begins for the Basic Pistol Course at the Army Education Center.

  • Training continues for the Basic Pistol Course.

    Training continues for the Basic Pistol Course.

  • Second part of training at the Tronsrue Marksmanship Center.

    Second part of training at the Tronsrue Marksmanship Center.

  • Training concludes for the Basic Pistol Course.

    Training concludes for the Basic Pistol Course.

  • Participants are now certified in Orange County to apply for a pistol permit.

    Participants are now certified in Orange County to apply for a pistol permit.

Facility Photos
  • Seating area

    Seating area

  • View from center area

    View from center area

  • Seating area

    Seating area

  • Shooting area

    Shooting area

  • Seating area

    Seating area

Range Operating Procedures

Annex A

Visit  TMC during regular operating hours at 665 Tower Road.

Attend Range Safety Briefing with facility orientation.

Complete Range Questionnaire.

Read and Acknowledge Range Rules.

Read and Acknowledge Hold Harmless Agreement.

Be registered in RecTrac for Range Pass.

Do you want to use your own firearm?
If yes follow procedures in USAG Policy 25 to register POFs
If no you will use a rental Weapon and/or other person’s registered POF.

Once completed, MWR will contact you to a POF Card for TMC usage.

You are all set to use the TMC during operating hours.
 

Rates and Fees
Fee Type E1-E5/Cadet

All Other Authorized Users

Port Rental Fee $15 per hour $20 per hour
Firearm Rental Fee $10 (duration of stay) $10
Additional Shooter* $10 per hour N/A


Extra Port Fees:

$10 each additional per person/per hour (up to two people permitted per port).
$5 Rifle Port Fee (applicable only if you are shooting your own rifle (excluding .22LR) or shotgun.

*Maximum of 2 persons per firing point.

Register Your Privately Owned Firearm (POF)

Privately Owned Firearms must be first registered with Provost Marshal's Office (PMO) prior to use at TMC. Please turn the following form into DES Admin Section at the Military Police Station. (Buliding 616, near Thayer Gate)

Firearm Rentals

 All TMC weapons must fire TMC ammunition. Currently, firearm rentals include the following handguns:

- RUGER 10-22

- RUGER PC 9MM

- RUGER AR 15

- RUGER MARK II

- SIG SAUER M17 9MM

- SIG SAUR P320 9MM

- BUL M-5 COMMANDER .45 ACP

- SMITH & WESSON M&P .22

- BUL M-5 COMMANDER 9MM

Instructional Programs

TMC will offer a variety of firearms training programs and courses including Basic Pistol 
and Home Defense Courses. Stay tuned for schedule updates!

Retail

TARGETS:

PAPER TARGETS - $1.00 / EACH

SPLATTER TARGETS - $3.00 / EACH

 

AMMUNITION:

CALIBER FEE
.22 $3.00 PER 50 ROUNDS
9MM $14.00 PER 50 ROUNDS
.40 (S&W) $18.00 PER 50 ROUNDS
.45 $22.00 PER 50 ROUNDS


 

Range Terms

Range Complex – This term refers to the TMC in its entirety. It includes the Rifle Range, Pistol Range, Airgun Range, lobby, team break rooms, hallways and locker rooms.
Firing Range – The term firing range refers to the specific enclosure in which firing takes place. It includes the entire area inside the range entrance doors to the back stop. There are three firing ranges on TMC – The Smallbore Rifle Range, the Air Gun range and the Pistol Range.
Firing Line – The firing line is the line running parallel to the target line at which all firing takes place. No one is permitted forward of this line without the consent of the Facilities Manager .
Forward Area – The area forward of the firing line to the impact area.
Impact Area – The area at and within three feet of the metal plating on which projectiles impact. This includes the granulated rubber and rubber sheeting covering the metal plating.
Backstop – The metal plating on which projectiles impact. The Rifle and Pistol ranges have access rooms to the rear of the metal plating. These will be known as the Backstop access areas.
Common Areas and Hallways – The lobby near the main entrance and hallways are common areas used by all teams, range users and employees. All shall take care to maintain these areas in appropriate, professional appearance and serviceable state.
Break Rooms – There is a Rifle Team break room and a Pistol Team break room. Each team is responsible for the physical security and daily cleaning and upkeep for their respective room.
Rest Room/Latrine areas – There is a women’s restroom and two men’s rest room located on TMC.
Locker Rooms – There are two lockers rooms in TMC fitted with changing rooms and showers located along the hallway of the East side of the building. They are available for changing or showering before and after firing.
Filling Station – The system composed of the air compressor, storage tank, regulator and filling ports used to fill compressed air cylinders and air rifles and pistols. The filling station is located in the arms room vestibule. Only trained and authorized personnel may use the filling station.
Arms Room – The secured area near the entrance of the range where weapons, approved ammunition and sensitive items are stored.