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2022 - Gallatin Spotlight

Posted on: September 21, 2022


Shooting Range Rendering

The training range is part of a 16-acre property at 192 Commerce Way in Gallatin’s industrial park area off Airport Road.

The city council approved $1.4 million of additional funding toward the shooting range through two readings in March. That funding will be added to $414,000 already set aside, Bates said.

The Gallatin Police Department has used the Sumner County Sheriff’s Office facility for gun training. Gallatin has 93 police officer positions.

An in-house facility will allow Gallatin a more efficient schedule for trainings and qualifications, Chief of Police Don Bandy said.

“It’s something we need to do our job,” Gallatin Police Chief Don Bandy said. “It will help provide the citizens a better trained officer.”

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