The National Rifle Association Foundation awarded a $20,836 grant to the Cape Girardeau County Gun Club for shooting-range equipment at the Apple Creek Shooting Complex. Club president Dale Todt says the grant will allow the club to replace and modernize the trap- and skeet-target machines. The club may spend as much as $600 to $700 on installation of the equipment. Range manager Brad Riggs says the new voice-activated target command features will enhance the shooting experience. The shooting complex, owned by the Missouri Department of Conservation, is in the Apple Creek Conservation Area near New Wells. Todt says the club hopes to have the equipment installed by late May or early June.