More Kentucky gun holders, greater need for places to practice
MARSHALL COUNTY, Ky. - Mike VanSteenbergen talks about the Marshall County Gun Range in such detail it's hard to believe it's not actually built yet.
Members of the Marshall County Sheriff's Department told Local 6 by April 2013 they had received as many applications as they did in the entire year of 2012.
"They qualify for their permits, but then they really don't know how to shoot," he said. That's why the need for a range is so great.
To learn more about the Marshall County Gun Range, you can attend a public meeting Saturday August 31 at 8:30 a.m. at Mike Miller Park under the main pavilion. The meetings run until 12:30 p.m.