Indoor shooting range
training indoors

As of January 2020 our Range use is temporarily suspended pending securing new range facilities. We will advise of facility once secured.


                    ( information stated below is no longer correct )

The Aquila Indoor Range is a modified shooting facility designed to an internationally accepted design for this type of shooting environment to ensure the well-being and personal safety of those who make use of it.  It is professionally constructed and built according to the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) standards and has been accredited with the South African Police Service (SAPS) in terms of the Firearms Control Act 2000 (Act 60 of 2000) and the Firearms Control Regulations 2004.  It further complies with the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1993 (Act 85 of 1993) to ensure proper sound dampening qualities, correct air flow from the rear shooting positions to the bullet trap and excellent ventilation to reduce any lead borne contamination for shooters.

The facility can accommodate a maximum of six (6) static shooters at any one time. Should the facility be needed to train a dynamic situational environment, where the shooter is shooting while on the move, the distance may vary from zero to approximately 25 metres from the target area with the shooting being unidirectional towards the bullet trap. Low light scenarios can be reproduced together with multiple target engagement for single or team training. 

Strict range safety procedures and rules are posted both at the entrance to and on the inside side wall of the shooting facility.  It is compulsory for any user of the Range to read, understand, agree to and comply with these laid down conditions before gaining access to the facility.

Click here to see a copy of the Aquila Training Academy shooting range accreditation certificate issued by the South African Police Service on 20 August 2004.  Click here to see a copy of the South African Bureau of Standards certification certificate dated 07 November 2007.