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Port St Lucie Range

Discussion in 'Florida Glockers Club' started by jonny772, Mar 11, 2007.

  1. jonny772

    jonny772

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    Well as of april 1st the PSL range operated by Self defense guns and archer will no longer allow outside ammo dues to "liability" reasons. Are there any ranges that still allow outside ammo or have they all been sucked into this BS?
     

  2. Most of the inside ranges all have taken on this stupid policy . but there are some that some of the other members know about down south in ft lauderdale and some in vero .
     


  3. Governor

    Governor NRA member

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    I used to go there a lot. I'll never go there again. I only went for the range. Their gun prices blew.
     
  4. rich52us

    rich52us

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    All the Palm Beach County ranges have this policy. The Broward ranges do not. I usually go to Revere in Pompano or Arizona in the Lauderhill area.
     
  5. That place "self defense guns and archery in port saint lucie" , realy sucks..Not just do they not allow your Amo but there range vent air system in crap and the motors on the target pully system never work, "poor lighting " and over price guns.... I think Vero beach range is still the best so far... unless they changed too.
     
  6. jonny772

    jonny772

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    Makes me wonder if an hour drive is worth it. I miss tactical zone.
     
  7. xaosflux

    xaosflux

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    Ugg, I never go there, usually make the drive up to the Public range in Sebastian, think it is well worth the drive.
     
  8. Mak Maven

    Mak Maven Lifetime Member

    +1 on Sebastian range I go there on my way to Mickey town or on the way back.
    Use whatever ammo you want. Clean and nicely run county park.
     
  9. {All the Palm Beach County ranges have this policy.}

    Not true, the PBSO range allow any ammo but they don't have a pistol course or allow pistols.
    ;)