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A new indoor gun range is coming to Saginaw Township.
The range, located on Tittabawassee Road, between Hackett and M-47, will be the township's first indoor range.
Sheridan Arms will be setting up a new shop at the former Overhead Door location.
The range will need to comply with noise ordinances and other structural rules.
There's no set date yet on when Sheridan's new gun store and range will open to the public.
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Friday, March 8 2013, 12:12 PM EST
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