About 100 people attended a groundbreaking Thursday morning for Thunderbird Tactical Shooting Complex on the west side of Greenwich near 28th Street North. The complex will include a 24-lane, climate controlled indoor shooting range, two classrooms with an attached private tactical range and a 5,000-square-foot retail shop. The ceremony included a presentation of colors by a Marine Corps color guard.
About 100 people attended a groundbreaking Thursday morning for Thunderbird Tactical Shooting Complex on the west side of Greenwich near 28th Street North. The complex will include a 24-lane, climate controlled indoor shooting range, two classrooms with an attached private tactical range and a 5,000-square-foot retail shop. The ceremony included a presentation of colors by a Marine Corps color guard. The Wichita Eagle
About 100 people attended a groundbreaking Thursday morning for Thunderbird Tactical Shooting Complex on the west side of Greenwich near 28th Street North. The complex will include a 24-lane, climate controlled indoor shooting range, two classrooms with an attached private tactical range and a 5,000-square-foot retail shop. The ceremony included a presentation of colors by a Marine Corps color guard. The Wichita Eagle

Thunderbird breaks ground on 24-lane shooting complex

July 03, 2014 1:38 PM

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