This master plan updated the 1980 plan for this 530 acre shooting facility in Palomino Valley, Nevada near Pyramid Lake. The facility needed range modifications to comply with the current NRA standards for shooting. The primary plan goals included range safety, providing ranges for military and law enforcement, ADA access, planning for long term expansion, additional safety berming, construction of the back berms for lead removal, and proper gun safety training facilities. User groups were interested in improving the existing ranges before any new ranges are developed. Major modifications were proposed for the 500 silhouette range, 1000 yard range, and the International Practical Shooting Competition range. The public range was expanded outward and included a training course shooting area for students and instructors. Other improvements included an expanded rangemaster facility, pro-shop, camping area, caretaker’s residence, consolidation of storage units and associated landscaping. A future phase identified a clay shooting sports area and expanded 1000 yard range with the purchase of existing adjacent land parcels. Increased staffing levels for the rangemaster were proposed, along with the use of trained volunteers for range safety and pro- shop staff. The 3.5 million dollar cost estimate for new improvements will be form a variety of grants, donation, and in-kind labor for construction. The plans were approved by the Board of County Commissioners in July of 2011. Lumos also designed the first landscaping phase of the plan, which was 100 tree plantings associated irrigation system. The irrigation system was installed in the fall of 2011 by County crews, with tree planting slated for spring of 2012.