October 7, 2016
Target shooting education video series now available for viewing
The 5-video series provides tips for safe and respectful target shooting on public lands
Boulder County, Colo. - A new video series entitled “Safety
& Respect” has been created by the Northern Front Range Recreational Sport
Shooting Management Partnership, or Sport Shooting Partnership. The five-video
series was created to help new and experienced target shooting participants
have a safe and successful experience on public lands. Each video in the series
highlights an important aspect of the target shooting from choosing a safe
location to cleaning up afterward.
One of the partnerships main strategies
is to provide information and education about safe and responsible shooting for
both sport shooters and other recreationists. The video series, along with
other educational materials, and the full Partnership strategy can be found at www.SportShootingPartners.org.
The videos are currently all available
for viewing on YouTube
or the Partnership
website, and will also be released on the
Partnership’s social media platforms as part of a new campaign – #SafetySaturdays.
Beginning on Saturday, Oct. 8, the Facebook
page and Twitter feed
for the Sport Shooting Partnership will provide the next video in the series
for public viewing. The idea is to give important safety information in smaller
pieces, but allow for the option of viewing all videos in sequence if so
Front Range Recreational Sport Shooting Management Partnership
The Sport Shooting Partnership is a
collaborative group of land managers who have joined together to develop a
landscape-level, multi-jurisdictional strategy to provide safe, responsible,
and accessible recreational sport shooting opportunities while addressing
conflicts near residential areas and with other recreation users across the
northern Colorado Front Range.
The Partnership is comprised of Colorado Parks
& Wildlife - Northeast Region, Boulder, Clear Creek, Gilpin, and Larimer counties
and U.S. Forest Service: Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests.
For more information about the videos, or the
Partnership in general, please contact Garry Sanfacon, Project Coordinator at
720-564-2642 of firstname.lastname@example.org.