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Address: 26 Rt. 173 West
Hampton, NJ 08827
Range Type: Shotgun, Muzzleloader
Hours: 8:00 a.m. - sunset
Latitude: 40.67875 Longitude: -74.96341
Phone: 973 383-0918
Maximum Distance: 100 yards
Firing Points: 0
Handguns Allowed: No
Rifles Allowed: Yes
Range Status: Open
NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife
Hunter Training Areas
Lead Shot Restriction Information
The following information pertains to NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife facilities located on state Wildlife Management Areas (WMA). Users must bring their own targets and/or clay birds and launcher. For other WMA information call 609-984-0547.
These ranges are maintained by the NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife's Bureau of Land Management through license sales revenue.
Those using the ranges must provide their own firearms, ammunition, clay birds and/or targets.
TRAINING AREA REGULATIONS
All WMA regulations apply.
At least one (1) member of the shooting party must have a current, valid New Jersey hunting license in possession.
Shotgun is for fine shot (lead-free at Assunpink; smaller than No. 4 lead or No. T steel ammunition) only. NO BUCKSHOT OR RIFLED SLUGS
Muzzleloader is for muzzleloading firearms, shotguns with rifled slugs or buckshot and modern .17 and .22 caliber rimfire rifles only.
No handguns or centerfire rifles permitted.
The following rules apply to the Clinton Muzzleloader/Rifle Range Only:
All target frames must measure a minimum 30 inches from its base to the bottom of the paper target held in the frame. Frames must be placed only on top of a target mound located at the 25, 50 and 100 yard lines. This minimum target height requirement will eliminate the risk of ricochet and ensure that all projectiles are collected in the berm behind the 100 yard target.
Shooters may supply their own frames which meet the above specifications, or use those provided on-site by the Division of Fish and Wildlife.
Spinner type targets for .22 caliber firearms MUST be placed directly at the base of the 25 yard berm so that all bullets are directed into the berm. These targets are not to be used at other yardage or berm placement.
Range will be closed during Hunter Education sessions.
Member Reviews For This Range
Submitting member: FRANCIS C
Submitted on: September 18, 2020
I like it!