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Discussion in 'Indiana Glockers' started by coastal4974, May 20, 2012.
the point blank ranges are nice
My preferred Indy range is Indy Trading Post on Madison just south of downtown. Small, and not the "finest" looking (it's not Point Blank), but it gets the job done for regular/weekly training. I go early afternoons on my weekday off (usually) and I have never had more than one other person on the range. They have 6 stalls, I think. $8 for half hour, 12 for full.... best deal I have found around here.
There are two Point Blank stores that are nice. Their lunch-hour half-price rates for lanes is fantastic if you're able.
Parabellum in Avon is nice. They'll actually allow drawing from a holster there - provided you're not a maroon.
Indy Trading Post used to be OK. A neighbor of mine still shoots there but I haven't been in a while. Last time I shot there I wasn't a fan of the lack of air ventilation.
Indy Arms Company is a nice place, too. I know one of the FT employees (on the retail side) decently well. But I've not yet had a chance to shoot at their range.
I haven't darkened Pop Guns / Indy Gun Bunker's doors in YEARS and YEARS. There are just too many other better shops/ranges in the area IMO.
I'm still sad that I never had a chance to shoot at Beech Grove Firearms before the fire. And sad that I never will because it'll be a miracle if they're ever able to open the range again.
Been going to point blank on the north side. Good experiences there so far. Lunch time special during the week $9 for a half hour.
They have normal gun and ammo sales as well. Bought a g42 during there last Glock sale
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Highsmith guns in Greenfield has a great range 11 available. Shane Highsmith is a great guy to do business.
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There is Tim's Shooting Academy in Westfield
Problem with point blank is their new policy of scanning your drivers license
The sad thing is... Back when Eric created the State sub forums... The Indiana sub was one of the more active... Up there with Texas and Florida... and there's a lot less members here from Indiana, than either of those states.
When INGO opened up, pretty much everyone headed that way.