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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by TSAX, Mar 20, 2012.

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  1. TSAX

    TSAX USAF Vet

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    What are you paying per hour, annually, lifetime membership, rental fees, ammo :wow:


    Usually the year membership around these parts are like $300 or so a year its about what I paid in CA. The hourly is anywhere from $12 to $15. Rental guns are $12 to $20 from 1 to unlimited. Targets are cheap $.50 to $2 but the ammo :faint:







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  2. Redstate

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    The range here is an outdoor one. There are about 15 bays and 1 rifle range. It is open year round. It is a private range only open to those with club membership.The cost is $45.00 per year for essentially unlimited use. One catch; for membership, one must shoot 3 matches prior to being considered for membership and 3 matches per year to keep membership. The club does USPSA, IDPA, SASS, ICORE, Steel Challenge and plate rack matches.
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  3. bentbiker

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    Indoor range:

    • $225 first year
    • $175 renewal
    • Free range time
    • Free gun rental, but ammo must be purchased from them
    • Free guests on same lane as member
    • 5% discount on retail items (incl ammo, but excludes firearms and targets)
    • Any handgun or rifle, but no shotguns (anymore)
    • 25 yd max distance
     
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  4. lyodbraun

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    $40 a year for a outdoor Range open year round has bow, skeet range, and fishing, sucks cause it does get busy during the summer months and is hard to shoot but now that I got my own targer holders it will be alot better, downside is that certain times the range is closed for other things that is going on, but over all its cheap
     
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    What range is this?

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  6. stolenphot0

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    Indoor Shooting Range - $13.00/hr
    Outdoor Shooting Ranges - $12.00 All Day

    Member Price
    Indoor Shooting Range- $6.00/hr On week-ends only
    Outdoor Shooting Range- Free

    The Cost for Membership:
    · Single Person $195/yr
    · Family $245/yr

    The Benefits of being a Member Includes:
    Outdoor Range is free
    Firearms Discounts $35 above Cost
    Firearms Transfer $25 (Non-Member $35)
    Some (Not All) Training Classes At A Discounted Price

    LIMITED gun rental selection @$10
     
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  7. michael e

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    One range is 8.50 +1 each extra target, they allow own ammo/extra targers no gun or time limit.
    Other one is 10 same deal on guns time limit.
    Shotgun range is 8 a gun, no time but have to buy the clays from them.
    Skee/Trap at good place is 7 a round or 4/25 10/40 don't have to use all rounds in same day.
     
  8. boomhower

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    $0, use my depts.

    When I did go to a range it was a private one. Cost around $130 a year. It was outdoor and had a 7 yard pistol range, 25 yard range, and a 100 yard range. Also had clay range, archery range, and a pond for fishing. Not bad all things considered.
     
  9. Fragman

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    Seven bucks per gun including tax. Rifle or pistol. A lot of pistol bays, maybe 40-50 of them and a whole load of rifle too. Always space even when busy.

    Outdoors but covered shooting positions.

    Only downside is they do the target changes and they could do them more frequently.


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  10. John Biltz

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    I think my first year was pretty close to $300 then $175 every year after that. Family rates are available. After that there are no range fees, you get a discount on all purchases. If no membership its $17 for up to an hour but they don't watch the clock if you go over. They also have a $25 monthly rate. $15 to rent a gun and you buy their ammo.
     
  11. TSAX

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    There is a lifetime membership cost at one of the ranges for like $750 and at teh Police Range we can shoot for about $150 annually after a background check






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  12. Made in Austria

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    I pay $7 for a day ticket at my awesome outdoor shooting range here in Nevada.

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