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Makepeace Lake WMA

average rating   Rated 4 out of 5.0 based on 1 member reviews.

Address: Elmwood-Weymouth Rd.

Weymouth, NJ 08330

Range Type: Shotgun, Muzzleloader

Hours: 8:00 a.m. - sunset

Days Open: Until further notice the Makepeace Lake Shooting Range will be open for weekend use only. Weekday use will resume when range renovations are complete. For questions or comments call 856-785-0455.

Latitude: 39.44076 Longitude: -74.72898

Phone:

Indoor: No

Outdoor: Yes

Maximum Distance: 50 yards

Firing Points: 0

Handguns Allowed: No

Rifles Allowed: Yes

Range Status: Open

Range Fee:

Directions:

Makepeace Lake Map - North

Makepeace Lake Map - South

Range Rules:

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.

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Submitting member: Chris M

Submitted on: November 7, 2016

Makepeace Range Makeover

The berms have been raised and is back in operation. There are plans in the making to cover shooting tables and possibly making other changes for the better.