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Old 01-04-2017, 08:16 PM   #16
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Excellent indoor range 3 miles from home, $350 year unlimited in one hour increments.
Aurora ? Gun Club road has a Great out door range.... Trap/combat handgun/50-100-200 yard lanes rifle/magnum steel/etc.
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Old 01-04-2017, 08:35 PM   #17
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$375 per year for indoor range here in Colorado. About 20 minutes from home. 15 25-yd and 7 100-yd all indoors. High tech ventilation and carrier systems. Unlimited access and online lane reservation. Members only so you only deal with real gun folks. The staff there are just awesome people. Some ranges have guys with big egos and small (you know what).

Fantastic range and I think a reasonable price.
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Old 01-04-2017, 08:50 PM   #18
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Closest indoor range is Big-Shot in Reno, 46 miles away and $11 unlimited aisle time. I've never been there, should though.

Most of Nevada is an outdoor range for free. We do have a proper outdoor range at the s. end of Carson Valley that costs $3 for all day, shooting benches (no chairs) max distance 200 yards. There's a convenient place to shoot outdoors 3 miles down the road.

Thinking the city folk up in Reno make more use of indoor ranges - there's another nice one besides Big Shot. Haven't been there either, 'cept to meet a LEO in the parking lot to buy his gun.
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Old 01-05-2017, 03:53 AM   #19
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I'm a squad leader at my local indoor range. It's been voted Best Range In Arizona in the past.

$149.20 for a year's membership with unlimited shooting time as long as you're a member of a squad.

Until this year, the price was $139.20 for a long time, but I guess inflation caught up with us.
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$270 first year, $200 subsequent years. 12 lanes in one range and 6 in another private one. ~15 yards, fairly well lit (compared to others) and good vents (never smoky even when full). They also have a great pro shop with very reasonable prices and some excellent classes (membership gives 20% off classes only). Anyone can walk in for $20.

The only thing I wish it had was key card access but I'd have to go to a private club for something like that. Gotta wait in line and get a lane card currently.
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I belong to two -- one outdoor and one indoor. Each are 25 miles from my home, in different directions.

My outdoor range runs me $100 a year for a Mon-Fri membership. No time limit. Pistol, 25, 50, 100 yard ranges, plus trap.

My indoor range is brand new and runs me $200 per year (Senior rate). 24 lanes, each 25 yards. Handguns or rifles.
Unlimited time, and I can bump non-members (but I wouldn't do that -- I'd just go get a cup of coffee). Non-members pay $20 per hour.

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Old 01-05-2017, 05:29 AM   #22
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Indoor ranges

I started at an indoor range about 5 miles from home. Nice facility with an adjacent restaurant. Rifle and pistol ranges. Kind of pricy for membership but very reasonable to rent a lane with military discount. I now spend most of my time at a private club about 20 miles from my home. $150 a year (plus a one time join fee). Multiple pistol and rifle ranges up to 600 yards and an action area where you can draw from holster. Lots of competition events. And open for shooting from 8am until sunset every day. Should mention, I belong to Port Malabar Rifle and Pistol Club.
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Old 01-05-2017, 05:37 AM   #23
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There are three indoor ranges within what I consider close to me. There are differences in rules, hours, and the like but generally speaking, they all run around $300 annual membership with unlimited use of the range. Daily use fees are around $20 per hour. I have an annual membership at the one I like the most and shoot infrequently at the other two.

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Only two near me - 20 mins away in opposite directions. Membership is about $250 per year. The money isnt a problem but both places have crappy hours and are always full. The one place is closed on sundays and by 5 & 6pm thoughout the week.

My outdoor gun club is $20 per year and goes from 0 to 300 yards. More importantly Im usually lucky if I see one other shooter (except right before hunting season) each time I go.
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I am a member at McQueeney Gun Club in New Braunfels Texas. I am a member with the family plan so my wife and I can both shoot there as can our kids when they come to visit. It is a new state of the art range. It costs us for the plan $500.00 a year.
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Still learning where to go here. One I drive by looks like a bar or club more than a range.
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Still learning where to go here. One I drive by looks like a bar or club more than a range.
What part of PA are you from Amp?
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I've got a decent outdoor range less than a mile from my house that's free as long as you have a/any type of hunting license It's ran by our state management area, it has 10 pistol and 10 rifle bays. There's no supervision usually so since I'm so close i try to only go during non-hunting seasons and during the week. Around Christmas it was wall to wall new guns being broken in! Since I live in a rural area I have a small pistol blind on my property too.

As far as an indoor range I have one about 45-50 miles from me in Huntsville, AL connected to one of, if not the, largest gun shops in the area. I've been to the shop a LOT but I've never used their range. I wanted to while my oldest son was home for Christmas but as usual didn't carve out any time to do it. Last I checked it was really reasonable, $10-15 I think
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5 minutes from home $9.00 per hour for pistol and small caliber rifles, high power rifles $12.00 per hour, range is only 25 yards though.
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I paid $550 for a full year membership at Frisco Gun Club which is an indoor gun rage in Texas. It's so freaking nice.
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