I recently moved to the Portland area from the Seattle area. When I started looking for a new indoor gun range the first thing I noticed is most around here require you to use their ammo even if you are shooting your own gun. Second the ones that do allow you to use your own ammo charge you a $5 fee per box of ammo. WTF, is that all about? Where I was in WA none of the ranges required you to use their ammo in your gun or charged you a fee for using your own. I have also noticed the member fees at these ranges are much higher than what I am used to. I talked to a sales rep in one of the gun stores who said they do that because of lead contamination. Is it just because of OR laws or some ultraliberal BS environmental thing? It has caused me to look at one of the gun clubs. But one of the things I liked about just a normal shooting range is they had gun rentals. So if I wanted to try something different I could try one out and it not cost an arm and a leg. Also most of the gun clubs seem to cater more to those who like to shoot long guns. I took a look at Tri-county and the only short range lanes they had were built into storage containers. No thanks. Not to mention their waiting list is about 10 months long. I know I may be coming off sounding like a whiny baby but in WA nice indoor gun ranges that didn't have that silly ammo rule or charge silly fees were a dime a dozen.