Olympic Shooting Center

USA Shooting is headquartered at the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Center (USOPTC) in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Located on the USOPTC campus, the Olympic Shooting Center was built in 1985 and is used for elite and resident athlete training, competitions, national championships, coaching seminars, camps, committee meetings and local clubs. Approximately 25 resident and day-use athletes train at the USOPTC during the year.

The Shooting Center is the largest indoor shooting facility in the Western Hemisphere and the third largest in the world. Three separate ranges provide 29 firing points from 50 meters and 73 firing points from 10 meters for training and competitions. It also houses the administration offices, a gunsmith room and locker rooms for resident and visiting athletes.

In addition to the indoor ranges at the USOPTC, the outdoor ranges at the International Shooting Park are also used by U.S. Shooting Team members. Construction began in 1985 on 102 acres of land leased to the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee at the edge of the U.S. Army Fort Carson military base. Four superimposed international-style skeet and bunker trap fields, shade shelters and a clubhouse have been completed.

Tours of the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Center, including the U.S. Olympic Shooting Center, are available. Click here for the latest tour information. Access to the U.S. Olympic Shooting Center is permitted with or without a USOPTC tour guide.

Click here to learn more about the National Training Center Shooting Club (NTCSC).