I am a 69 year old firearm novice. My lack of experience has prevented me from buying a firearm for many years. I just didn't know enough to understand whether I was being offered something I would really want, or just something they wanted to sell me. Terry H. at Shooters Station solved that problem for me. He spent considerable time showing me their inventory of pistols. Not once did he talk down to me because of my lack of experience. He skipped over models that would probably not work well for me, and he told me why he was doing so. For example, my hands are just too big for a lot of those models. I was not looking to spend a lot of money, but he showed me one model that was a very comfortable fit. He showed me how to disassemble and reassemble it, and then had me do the same, slow as I was. He showed me some other things that I might need, like ear protection and a cleaning kit. Then he showed me the pistol range, and gave me some instruction there. The gun fired flawlessly, and I put a whole box of ammo through it. All in all, it was a pleasant experience. I was never rushed, or pressured, or made to feel inadequate in any way. Thanks to Shooters Station for making my first firearm purchase a positive experience.
This is the Conroe Gun Emporium masquerading as a western memorabilia store. I am a SASS member and shoot CAS. This is not a western memorabilia store.
This place is kind of hit and miss. If you catch them on a good day, its usually a pretty good experience. If you catch them on a bad day, the experience is not very good. The owner comes off as a know-you-better-than-you-know-yourself type and is not exactly pleasant. The counter staff are usually pretty good and I have always found them to be helpful. The range guy is usually pretty good, but on busy days you will find yourself sitting for 45 minutes before they call a cease fire so you can walk down range and put up your target. It's better than it used to be. Years ago they hired a bunch of young men that were as mature as sixth graders. Now the staff is a lot better.
Shooters Station has changed over the last few years. In my opinion it has gotten much much better. The staff are friendly and knowledgeable. (No gun snobs or weekend commandos.) The facilities are well designed and kept clean and in good condition. The prices are very reasonable. I live within 20 minutes of at least three ranges, and this one is my favorite indoor range by a long shot.
I've been to Shooters Station to use their range a couple times, had a FFL transfer and used them, and recently had one of their gunsmiths help me with a very stubborn roll pin on my AR 15 that refused to come out. All of my experiences have been great, and the gunsmith who helped me was a super nice guy. Really like this place.
Extremely rude younger man running the inside. I asked for .380 ammo, wanting to buy some and he only shook his head. Never spoke, never made eye contact. I will take my business elsewhere.
i had a mossburge 30-30 and i needed it reassembled because it was taken apart i took it up there turned it in and they we nice but when i picked it up and i met the gunsmith he was very rude and said i was stupid for taking it apart and never do it again and was just RUDE but when i got it home i put some shells in it then i tried to cycle a shell through it and i locked up on me so i tried it again and once again the same thing happened so i asked my wife to take it up there for me to be fixed and he insulted her and told her there was nothing wrong with it i am very unhappy with the place and will never take or buy an more gun from this place
I'll never go there again because the range safety guy is an as-hole. First, he through a fit when I told him that I needed to move over to a different station to shoot the 50yrd to zero in my scope. I had started out at the 100 thinking that I was already on paper. There was hardly anyone there at the time. Second, he ended up checking my water canteen because he claimed that he smelled someone drinking alcohol on the range. I certainly didn't smell what he was smelling and it seemed to me as more harassment at the time. Unbelievable!
Shooter's Station in my opinion is the nicest indoor pistol range in the Houston area. I have been going there for years and have always been treated super. The indoor range is a must during the hot Summer months, and all of the staff are friendly and knowledgable. I have read some negative reviews of this place in the past, but I have never encountered this. Go and see for yourself.