HARRISBURG – The PA Game Commission reopened the last of its closed shooting ranges on state game lands in counties upgraded to the yellow phase. Those counties included Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Lackawanna, Lancaster, Lehigh, Northampton, Montgomery, and Philadelphia. Within those counties, any rifle, shotgun, pistol, and archery ranges on state game lands have reopened and regular hours of operation have resumed. The latest upgrades also will reopen to the public the Game Commission’s Southeast Region Office in Reading, which will resume regular hours today. The agency’s Harrisburg office will remain closed until further notice. Game Commission Executive Director Bryan Burhans thanked hunters, trappers, and target shooters for their patience as the agency made adjustments to comply with COVID-19 guidelines.