A friend and I recently went to stretch the legs on some of our older toys and check up on some changes we made to them. I do have to say that the actual range is GREAT, I really like the changes made by the current owners. Very professional line staff! BUT! We arrived during hot range time, got our place and set up the toys. Now we commenced to wait for a cold line……. And wait….. Well over 30 minutes later the line finally went cold. Now we wait for 15 minutes for the line to go hot. Finally! 45+ minutes later we fire the first round down range, we finished testing our toys (didn’t need much time for our testing). 20-25 minutes later line goes cold we clean up our brass and pull targets. Line goes hot 15+ minutes later, can’t touch your weapons during cold line (good idea!). Now we can pack up to leave. The kicker that I was not expecting was the charge for our time; they charged us for almost 2 hours of range time. We only actually had 20-25 minutes of shooting time. Point being, watch your check-in timing they certainly will let you pay for time not used or get a membership to avoid the charge completely. I’ll spend the extra time and gas driving to my private land next time.
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After 25 years of shooting this is by far the most professionally run facility I have had the pleasure to frequent. If, like me, you are tired of those places with the long lines, short ranges, and those ever-present "tacticool shooters" who have no business handling (much less shooting) a weapon this is the range for you. As best I could tell, the staff is all prior-military, law-enforcement, or civilian weapons instructors providing for a few hundred years of combined experience and ZERO tolerance for stupidity. There is never a charge for advice or technical help. For a safe, modern, professional time at the range it's worth making the drive. Oh, and bring that Son or Daughter you want to teach how to shoot the RIGHT way before their friends or TV show them otherwise and be sure to stop by a place called "Monks" on the way home. Don't let the looks fool you: They have the best cheeseburger in 25 miles!
I dont know what some people expect but ive been to most ranges an this one is at the top of the list , of course it s a little exspensive but what more could you ask , it cost about 500-600 to join a hunt club just to shoot long range so in that respect its fair .you can also pick up sime supplies ther as well.the range masters take there job serious an that I dont mine.lots od room for your stuff unlike all the others.I went on base one time...theres bullet holes on both sides of the firing line ..scary stuff.mike is cool enought I might will him my gun..lol.bobs plain sucks an superior has some good employees but the owner sucks...I like places where the hired guns are happy.I boarder on fanatic about guns and this is my place.