If you’re game to get some desert dust on your boots and get a whiff of what’s left of the Old West, then come to Cowtown. This storied facility was originally built in 1973 by Hollywood stuntman, Ron Nix, as a movie studio and general entertainment and shooting facility. More than 200 movies and television episodes have been made at Cowtown, including Knight Rider 2010, Billy Jack, and Dead Man (starring Johnny Depp).
Some of the country’s best shooters have called Cowtown home over the years. It’s the venue of choice for western shooting clubs, competitions, and festivals, as well as Cowboy Action shooters in the Single Action Shooting Society (SASS).
The precision shooting curriculum, other specialized training and unique facility are also valued by elite special operations units and law enforcement.
Cowtown Range is owned, managed and operated exclusively by retired and active U.S. military service members and law enforcement professionals.