Just one thing to consider, the owner of Blue Ridge is an Obama supporter.Just down route 50 from NRA is Blue Ridge Arsenal as well that you may want to check out.
Just one thing to consider, the owner of Blue Ridge is an Obama supporter.
The NRA range is also cheaper per year and allows rifles at its indoor 50 yard range. While you can shoot rifles up to .30-06 at Blue Ridge, it's 25 yards. :upeyes:
ANother one to try is Gilberts Small Arms Range in Lorton (a bit of a hike for you), but it's the cheapest deal around at $235 for the year vice 300 for the NRA, and close to 500 for Blue Ridge. Gilberts also has guns for sale unlike Blue Ridge (well, they have 5 and they're all HK, Glock, or SIG).
No, its regionally relevant and I'm glad I was here to find out. I concur that the inventory stinks, the help is lousy and its pathetic as a gun store. That said, I poke my nose in the door once every six months or so just to see if there's any improvement.Oh brother, politics gets into this area? Politics? Leave it in the lounge.
If you have tons of money to blow, check out the Silver Eagle Group. They have a new range north of Dulles airport. $25/hr for range time or you can get one of their memberships for the low low price of your first born child. It is an impressive facility though.