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I spent about an hour here today, I had a blast. The RO’s were pretty nice and not like a strict drill sargeant (which is what I expected and partially why I mostly shoot on forest lands). It was a nice place, and a variety of people shooting. It was funny to see the guys from out of state shoot a Mosin next to us, they seemed to be having a lot of fun as well. I wish the headphones I bought were actually $40 like the lady said, but I planned on paying $70 anyway (she did correct herself before charging me tho, so that was good). I was not a fan of the young guys hammering away with a .44 magnum, but I got used to it after doubling down on hearing protection.
I would recommend this place to others as a place to go shooting.
I’m tempted to go to their bowling pin shoot! I wish I hadn’t missed the “Cosmic Bowling Pin” shoot tho, i am looking forward to the next one (which I hope to attend).
My family and I really enjoy this range. A big bonus is 17 years old and younger are free. Makes shooting with kids pretty inexpensive. Also, they take off 25% for vets and first responders. Have always had a good experience there.
I have been shooting there for about a year now despite having a membership elsewhere.
The facility is excellent,& the people easy to deal with.
They are a bit on the pricey side (4 times what I was paying elsewhere).
They quite doing action shooting which is what got me in to start with but I think their online registration was messed up as the last 4 matches you could not sign up online and attendance fell off accordingly.
I just signed up for a membership despite the cost it's just too nice a range.
I enjoy going there. IMO not spendy at all. Safer, closer, cheaper, than going up to Larch. Took a very informative Handgun class there. Folks are friendly, helpful & nice. Had the range to my self, and the RO spent time with me with shooting tips. You can even pop in for 1/2 hour sessions at 1/2 price... Membership is definitely spendy, unless your going there several times a week.
I was there Sat. Nice place and I hope they do well. While is only a 25yrd range, I do like that they allow up to 308.
Prices on firearms seemed slightly higher than places like Sportsmans. Looks like they are a full line Magpul dealer, with prices better than Sportsmans, but not as good as Curts.
They charge $35 for transfers
My only real gripe is they advertise they are a NFA dealer, but when I inquired about NFA transfers, I was told the gunsmith downstairs was the one with the SOT. The gunsmith is a separate entity.
He does try to stock suppressors, and is tied into the Silencer Shop dealer program.
I did not see any NFA stuff upstairs with Safefire.
I took my fiance and her friend there Sunday .
Its very nice , very clean and its set up for a wide range of shooters from beginner to expert. The ROs were very cool with me instructing the girls and I was able to even pass on a couple of tricks to the ROs. The lanes are clean, very well designed, and user friendly.
The best part is that they want to make a welcoming environment for new shooters and women that may find the usual ranges more "male" friendly and intimidating.
Both girls had a great time and were impressed with the set up for the range.
Women are making up a larger percentage of new shooters and this place is geared for that. And I am all for supporting any place that wants to change the public opinion of what a "gun range" looks like.
Yeah, its pricey, but shooting sports isnt a cheap hobby. Its like spending $500,000 on a Sports car and them complaining about $50 wiper blades...
A nice clean well staffed and professional business is very appealing to folks, and a wet muddy cold pit maybe a little off putting for some...