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Ellis County BUSINESS JOURNAL | January 2018

A p istol p ack’in m anager Midlothian’s TxGunRange is making firearms a girl’s best friend TXGunRange is locally owned and located at 5761 US Highway 287 in Midlothian, just a couple miles toward Mansfield after the 287-US 67 exchange.

By Chelsea Groomer


F orget the stilettos and lipstick because Texas women are finding a new source of empower-

ment through a local gun range that encourages a diverse community of gunpowder and led-loving individuals. “We have some absolutely fabulous people who come here,” began Tricia Miller, co-owner, and manager of Midlothian’s TxGunRange. “We want to create that environment where you feel comfortable, safe, and can get to know us as we get to know you, and I mean that.” “About a third of all of our shooters are women, and I’m really excited about that because I think it’s really important for women to feel empowered to defend themselves because we live in such an uncertain world,” she acknowledged.

Founded in July 2012 off Dallas Fort-Worth Highway 360, the membership-based gun range has become a favorite attraction among local shooters. Accruing over 12,000 members hailing from Ireland, China, South America, Australia, and all over North Texas, TxGunRange is one of the most affordable range memberships in Ellis County. “People come to visit because the membership is so inexpensive, so they to take a membership, pay a daily fee, and

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January 2018 business journal  

January 2018 business journal