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Old 01-05-2017, 07:48 AM   #31
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The range I use is about 20 minutes away, has 12 lanes 50 feet long and can be pretty nippy when it is cold out. As a senior, I pay $10 for a lane for the day, but of course am not there nearly that long. They do sell targets and ammo but you can also bring your own. They do say no reloads, probably because there is no control over their quality. The shop where I bought my two SIGs is building a new facility with a range and it will be less than 10 minutes away.

All of this is moot, since our house is going on the market today and we will move to Frisco, TX when it sells.
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Old 01-05-2017, 08:56 AM   #32
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Most ranges in Denver are $18-20+ for about an hour. Some watch the cloock some don't. Some are very nice and some are not. All are heated .... I couldn't imagine something that is not heat. Does it even have a vent system?
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35.00 a year membership and 8.00 for an unlimited session.
Newer places in town, but good people, and I know the owner, so I go there often

There is a new air conditioned that charges 400.00 a year or 20.00 an hour.
About once a month they send a miss you text with a free range visit or rental.
I haven't actually paid much there for awhile.
Got got another miss you to use by. 1/19.

They won't help me with Friends of NRA, so no way will I buy a membership.
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I pay $39.99 a month with unlimited visits, ( normally once a week) with free handgun rentals when wanted. Normally 1 hour range visits but I have never been kicked off the range when staying longer.

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Central Illinois....indoor ranges are typical at 18/day. Then they all have various yearly structures. For someone who gets there every week, the annual memberships are the way to go. I can only fit it in about twice a month, and the daily rates work better for me.

An indoor, UNHEATED, range in MN...........that's a hard sell. You have to have some type of air movement for an indoor range to be safe from an air quality perspective.......and if it doesn't have any heat........wow! what about summer as well.........it can get dang hot and humid there.

There are outdoor ranges, with annual memberships that are less expensive...but it does limit the ability to use them.
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The one closest to me is $10/half hr for 1 person or $12/half hr for 2 people. They only allow pistol cartridges, i.e. you can shoot a long gun chambered in a rifle cartridge. There is another about 45 minutes away that is $18/hr plus $10 for a second shooter. The 2nd has fancy computers to run the targets out to set ranges and allows for a more flexible distance and allows up to 223 rifles. If checked out by someone on their staff, you are allowed to draw from holster. It gets load when you have ARs and shotguns in there though.
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The range I use is about 20 minutes away, has 12 lanes 50 feet long and can be pretty nippy when it is cold out. As a senior, I pay $10 for a lane for the day, but of course am not there nearly that long. They do sell targets and ammo but you can also bring your own. They do say no reloads, probably because there is no control over their quality. The shop where I bought my two SIGs is building a new facility with a range and it will be less than 10 minutes away.

All of this is moot, since our house is going on the market today and we will move to Frisco, TX when it sells.
Reminded me of something I did for a couple of years.

Mrs. Flash and I shot every week at a range owned by idiots like those above who ban reloads. Done properly, the quality of reloads is higher than the quality of factory ammo.

I bought 2 boxes of Magtech factory ammo and scavenged 2 empty Magtech boxes from the trash bin at the range.

Every week for a couple of years when I'd go in and they'd inspect our ammo they were inspecting the same 2 boxes.

Then we'd go into the range and I'd reach into the bag and pull out the "other" 2 boxes which contained my reloads and we'd shoot those.

They never did figure out what I was doing.
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South Jersey.....limited $200 plus $10 an hour. $350 year unlimited at Bobs Little Sports Shop. New indoor facility..Great staff
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$17/hr in an outstanding indoor range with a well stocked Sig pro shop attached.
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Indoor range we go to is a 20 minute drive. It has 12 lanes. Non-member is $15/hour per lane. Top membership is $250/year, unlimited time and costs $5 for non-member to share your lane. They do not make you buy their ammo, if they did I wouldn't go there. We have a couple more indoor ranges in the area but they have less lanes and crappy hours. We have 1 outdoor range in the area and it is a zoo!
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About 25 miles for me. 10 for the first 1/2 hour and 7 for the next. Shoot anything you want, and by the lane not the person. 25 yds.

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Reno gun range

A new facility about 1.5 years old. Very nice setup. $15 per day or annual memberships range from $350-$900.
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I don't have a membership. I pay $20 per session. The range is 1.5 miles away.
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My closest nice range is 20 for the lane all day, 15 per each extra shooter on the lane. 1 dollar targets. They have memberships but I don't shoot often enough for it to be cost effective.
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Reminded me of something I did for a couple of years.

Mrs. Flash and I shot every week at a range owned by idiots like those above who ban reloads. Done properly, the quality of reloads is higher than the quality of factory ammo.

I bought 2 boxes of Magtech factory ammo and scavenged 2 empty Magtech boxes from the trash bin at the range.

Every week for a couple of years when I'd go in and they'd inspect our ammo they were inspecting the same 2 boxes.

Then we'd go into the range and I'd reach into the bag and pull out the "other" 2 boxes which contained my reloads and we'd shoot those.

They never did figure out what I was doing.

Don't you think that the no reloads rule and cursory inspection is more about liability than enforcement? I normally shoot my own reloads where allowed. I don't shoot reloads where not allowed.
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