Im from GA and was in town on business. This range happened to be nearby, so this was my impetus for choosing it. The interior was what I consider elegant by standards set at other cold, concreted and generally messy in appearance ranges Ive been able to find. What a pleasure to have climate control, a required short safety film for shooters to watch, whi h madee much more comfortable knowing all range users were advised of policies there as well as re reminders to less skilled enthusiasts as to how to handle a weapon on a 'hot' indoor range environment. Given a very enthusiastic 5 stars for the right reasons... Give it a shot (literally!) and you will see bow superior it is to other indoor firing ranges. Im headed baxk to Montgomery today, and have my 3 firearms in tote to take advantage of this cool range.... Just wish it was located in my city.....
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Not sure what the persons problem is, but I found this complex safe, and the application of many of the safety tenants of shooting not only adhered too, but preached to their clientele. The facility is very clean and this makes the facility warm and inviting. It is nice to finally have a place to practice the shooting sports. I really wish there was a facility for long gun shooting. The staff is very helpful and their love of the shooting sports is evident in their attitude. As a 23 year military veteran, and 35 years of shooting experience, this facility is TOP notch.
Not sure what the safety issue people seem to have here is. When I was there late last year we had an RO for every 2 or 3 lanes. Strict on use of ppe, and a required safety brief before range use. Repeated in part or whole by said ROs at various times. As for the picture linked, I've spoken with a representative. The picture is neither nor child or their picture. They picked it up off the internet. They appear to have a sense of humor, and wish to share that with people following their page. I seriously doubt they're arming infants.