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Richmond area shooting ranges

Discussion in 'Glockers of the Old Dominion' started by pag23, Mar 22, 2009.

  1. pag23

    pag23

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    Heading down to Richmond VA for work and I'm looking for a few indoor ranges in the area where I can go shooting and possibly rent a gun or two.

    Thanks for your help :notworthy:
     

  2. varoadking

    varoadking King of G'dness

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    You gave us an entire 15 minutes before you thought you were being ignored? Yeesh, dood...

    There's one on the Southside of Richmond - Dominion:

    http://www.dominionshootingrange.com/

    Haven't been there in years. They do rent guns, but you have to buy their ammo, and it was never cheap, so I can imagine it's outasight by now...

    If you can get to Newport News, The Marksman is much better. They rent guns and you can use your own ammo:

    http://www.the-marksman.com/

    BTW - Google is your friend...
     
    Last edited: Mar 22, 2009
  3. pag23

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    I had to get off the computer last night and take care of some stuff before I left. Now that I am down here I'll check out the places you recommended.

    I know I could have checked Google but I would rather hear from the people on this site to get a better opinion.

    Thanks for the response.
     
  4. sectionsix

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    I' m leaving in about 15 minutes for Dominion to shoot a box of 9mm which runs about $15, which is a bit more than bringing your own but they're a public range and they've got to make money somehow. You can get a yearly range pass but I'd guess a large majority that go there just pay per session (about $8) so it's not like they're making a killing on it.