To make it easier for applicants to handle application matters, the Provincial Public Security Department entrusts county (city, district) public security organs to accept applications for opening commercial shooting ranges.
The applicant unit submits a written application to the local county (city, district) public security organ. If the county (city, district) public security organ finds that it meets the application conditions, it shall issue a notification of acceptance to the applicant and give the applicant a notice within 5 days. If the safety conditions are met, the review opinions will be submitted and submitted to the Municipal Public Security Bureau for review after passing the review.
The Municipal Public Security Bureau shall provide review opinions on the safety conditions of the applicant unit within 5 days, and report to the Provincial Public Security Department for approval after passing the review.
After receiving the application materials, the Provincial Public Security Department shall make a decision whether or not to agree to open a commercial shooting range within 10 days.
Applicants who have been approved by the Provincial Public Security Department to open commercial shooting ranges shall carry out construction and construction as required. After the construction is completed, the Provincial Public Security Department shall organize a safety review and acceptance, and commercial shooting ranges that do not meet the safety requirements after review shall not be put into use.