I agree with the reviewer complaining about the cigarette stink in the showroom and I'm a smoker. What's ridiculous is that on the ranges, that are well ventilated, you're not allowed to smoke! I have gotten very good help from the counter staff there. They're pretty knowledgable and take the time to answer questions. And their ranges and rentals are very nice. One of the pistols I was interested in wasn't offered as a rental but he brought one out of the case for me to try out anyway. Very nice and I bought it. I don't like the fact that they don't have signage stating they don't allow 7.62x39 firing weapons on their ranges. I only found that out through an online forum. I tried to take my SKS in there and was told they don't allow them. When I asked why the range guy said he didn't know but that the owner just didn't allow them. Then he said they had some problems years ago with people using ammunition that was bad for their range. (Wait a second I thought he didn't know why) I asked if I could bring my Ruger Mini 30 (same ammo) in and he said, "We never had any problems with Mini 30 users", implying I could. Still didn't tell me no 7.62x39 allowed. I found out later about the 7.62 ban so I didn't take my Ruger there. I did however go there and worked a deal on buying a $1700.00 rifle chambered in 7.62x39. Showed him my credit card and a wallet full of cash for a deposit and had the paperwork ready to sign. Then when he tried to sell me the range deal too I asked him if I could shoot this gun at their range. When he said no I said deal off! They would sell me a $1700.00 rifle - and a range deal - but I couldn't even shoot it there! They do make it clear that AK47s are not allowed but they don't tell you it's because of the ammo. Easilly the most produced cartridge in the world! So people who want to hunt, target shoot, and defend themselves on the cheap with this round aren't allowed there. I don't like that. But it's their policy and my whining review isn't going to change that. But it does knock their star rating down a bit.
Mary and Allen some of the best at what they do great cpl training they take their time in the class room and on the range
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I appreciate Double Action so much more now My uncle and I visited Target Sports on 5/11/14. Our original destination was Double Action which was closed because of Mother’s Day. Upon arrival at Target Sports we were happy to see the place was not crowded and there was no wait for the range. Everything went downhill from there. We were not allowed to use or take our long gun ammunition into the range. All long gun ammunition had to be purchased in store. I can understand a range not wanting to let a shooter use reloaded ammunition. However, I had unopened boxes of factory .556 and .223. I don’t like being bullied into buying range ammo. Next we get a speech about hitting the target hangers. The guy tells us that if we hit and break the target holders we have to pay for the damage. What is he talking about? IF I COULD SHOOT THAT WELL I WOULD NOT NEED TO PRACTICE!!!!!! Now I am not having fun, worried that I could possibly damage a hanger and be charged, I think he said $125.00. I am not a marksman, that is why I was there to practice! The guy tells us we have 30 minutes. We ask for an hour. He says well we could but if it gets busy we limit the time to 30 minutes. I can understand that, if the place was busy. When we walked in 3 guys were using one range the others were empty. The store was empty of customers. Again…..what was he talking about? We can’t have an hour because of the rush they were expecting!!!!???? When our 30 minutes were up Rick Ector from “Rick's Firearm Academy of Detroit” was giving a CCW class. The other ranges were empty. They didn’t get the rush they were looking forward to. Perhaps this guy was simply upset because he had to work on the holiday. However, he made it apparent to us they didn’t want or appreciate our business. I am happy to grant his wish, THEY WILL NEVER SEE ANOTHER DIME FROM US.
They usually have good customer service in the shop, and they carry a wider selection (CZ, Ruger, etc.) than other shops in the area who only carry Glock, Sig, and H&K. A family member bought his first pistol there and received great customer service from start to finish. The ranges are more than adequate. They have a 25-yd pistol range and a 50-yd rifle range. They don't allow AKs at all, unfortunately. I wish they had shotguns for rent, but they have a very good selection of rentals available. One of the guys who acts as a range safety officer (walks around the range) is a little overzealous. I'm meticulously safe with my firearms and probably know more about firearms than him. He's wrongly accused me of unsafe behaviors twice now. He's also wrongly told my wife to alter her grip b/c of fear of hammer bite when she was in no danger of having that happen and had been shooting comfortably and safely that way for months. She has good form, but this guy feels the need to interject way too much. I appreciate the emphasis on safety, and one can never have enough of it, but to be wrongly accused of stupid and unsafe behavior when you're probably the most meticulously safe person on the range is irritating. If it weren't for this guy, I'd give DA 5 stars. I've been shooting a little more at Target Sports more recently, despite the fact that TS is way overpriced for guns and often rude and condescending in the customer service department (in the shop). The range there, however, is fine. They let me shoot and go home w/o harassing me and falsely accusing me of unsafe behaviors.