Being a centerfire guy myself, thats my only complaint with them. The amenities are spartan, strictlly hand pully, cold in the winter hot in the summer type of indoor range. But in exchange for that you get to shoot as much as you like without lines or a rangemaster hovering over your shoulder. If you go during off hours, it's rare to find anyone else there. My wife and I will frequentlly spend 3 or 4 hours there shooting and not see another person.They have about 20 lanes for rimfire and lead bullets only at 50 feet and they only have one lane at 21 feet for jacketed bullets.
i just recently got into shooting and i was wondering if you knew:I spoke with the PRPCs Membership Chairman today and this place sounds great!
Here's what he told me:
- Club is for member's only and shooting is limited to common caliber (not .50s or AK/AR pistols, etc) pistols and/or .22 rimfire rifles. There are some regular weekly events, otherwise you can come and shoot whenever you want 24 hours a day. 9pm - 9am is .22's only out of respect for the neighbors as the club is on the edge of a residential neighborhood.
- To join you come out, tour the place, meet some other members at the monthly membership meeting, fill out a membership application and pay your dues.
- Initiation fee: $75
- Annual membership: $125, $100 for NRA members
- Spouses can be added for $10 year, kids free!
- Key card fee: $20
I'm planning on going over to have a look at the place sometime in the next couple of weeks. Who wants to join me?