We just bought some new handguns and went to High Noon to try them out. The front section is basically a gun store. In the back are 12 lanes for shooting. The cost is $12/per lane, stay as long as you want, plus another $8 if you share a lane, so it cost us $20. There were two people working there and both were very friendly. The man who checked us in to the range was an older fellow. We told him that we had never been to High Noon before and he explained the rules. He certainly focused his schpeel on my wife and assumed that I knew everything (which I didn't), but he was not condescending, and we certainly did not get the impression that he was snickering at us while we were shooting (as the other posts mentioned). In fact, I don't see how that is possible to know anyway. The shooting area is behind two closed doors with no windows back to the front. Anyway, the place is decent and we will go back again. You can only shoot pistol rounds here, or small (pistol) caliber rifles (e.g., 22s).
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High Noon has new management.. The Seibert's have already made a lot of changes and it shows. Some of the staff have left and the new staff are friendly, courteous, knowledgable and professional. Any "cronies"; that may have been there before are gone. If you've had a bad experience before, try it again. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.
I enjoyed shooting at High Noon before, but now that it is under the management of the Matt and Sherrie Seibert who run Insight Firearms Training, the quality of everything is way up. Also, they are a lot more professional and helpful, and they really make you feel welcome. I cannot recommend High Noon more highly, and I shoot at all the local ranges.