Money is so easy in Wisconsin these days that the DNR says it will help you build a shooting range:
DNR to provide $325,000 in cost share for projects at private ranges MADISON -- More and higher-quality shooting opportunities for the public are expected thanks to a state cost-share grant program for public and private shooting ranges announced this week by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. - Read Full Article
The Shooting Range Grant Program can cost share up to 50 percent of approved renovation and development costs at private ranges and up to 75 percent at publicly owned ranges. Counties, cities, villages, townships, other governmental agencies or units, clubs or organizations, businesses or corporations and educational institutions are eligible for this program. The $325,000 is available for projects on privately owned ranges. Publicly owned range projects will be evaluated and funded on a case by case basis and will not affect the amount of money available for the grant program.I'd call it the Hunter Vote Roundup Grant Program.