Almost two weeks ago, gun stores in Massachusetts were given the green light to reopen when a federal judge granted an injunction that blocked Gov. Charlie Baker’s emergency orders declaring gun stores non-essential. Now gun ranges have been told by the state that they can reopen as well, and this time it didn’t take a court order.

Baker released his Reopen Massachusetts plan on Monday, and the National Shooting Sports Foundation reports that the guidance includes both indoor and outdoor ranges in the businesses that are allowed to immediately reopen, albeit with certain social distancing measures in place.