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We’re now in Week 9 of Fortnite Season 10, which means we’re quickly nearing the end of the season. This week’s set of challenges is called Bullseye, and as the name suggests, most of the tasks revolve around hitting targets. One takes that theme quite literally and asks you to hit an easy firing range target. If you’re not sure where those can be found, we’ve put together this map and guide showing you were to go.
Where Are The Firing Range Locations?
There are four firing ranges scattered around the island, most of which are located on the western portion of the map. There’s a sign in front of each firing range, so you can easily tell when you’ve found one. If you need a little nudging in the right direction, however, we’ve marked down all of the firing ranges we’ve found on the map below.
- Southwest of Haunted Hills
- Directly south of Snobby Shores
- Southern portion of Polar Peak
- Just north of Lucky Landing
How To Complete The Challenge
Once you know where the firing ranges are located, head to one and step on the button next to the sign. That’ll cause targets to appear. For the standard version of this challenge, all you need to do is shoot one of the easy (closer) targets. The more challenging Prestige version–which you’ll unlock after completing all seven regular challenges–requires you to hit a hard target, but this too should be easy enough.
The rest of Week 9’s challenges are all fairly straightforward, but the other one that may give you some trouble if you don’t know where to look is to land on different bullseyes. These are painted on the ground in different corners of the island, so if you need help finding them, be sure to check out our bullseye locations guide.
Season 10 of Fortnite is set to end on October 6, so you have until then to complete any remaining challenges from this season. If you need help finishing any, we’ve rounded up all of our maps and guides for this season’s trickier tasks in our complete Fortnite Season 10 challenges guide.