Mike Raahauge Shooting Enterprises
14995 River Rd, Corona, CA 92880
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Price Range : Average
Parking: Lot, Private
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We took our family there, everyone was 18 and older. Employees were very rude and condescending. Woman employee aggressively accused our daughters of flipping off 2 young boys. Our adult daughters work with children and would not behave that way. Female employee did not allow anyone to speak. Our son-in-law who accompanied us, is a sniper trained Navy SEAL who was treated with complete DISRESPECT and arrogance by the employees there. Woman employee was so agressive, condescending and rude to our active duty son-in-law, when he went back in to talk to them after everything was done. Cannot believe what a HORRIBLE experience they made it for this entire family event. If this is how you treat people especially our military, you should be shut down.
I’ve been to this range about a half a dozen times in the past 6 months or so. The first couple of times I went I really had no idea what I was doing, had never been to a range before. They were pretty easy going and I figured out where to go and what to do in pretty short order. I spend most of my time down at the 100 yard rifle range. That is where the experience goes bad for me almost every time. The range master or whatever you call him (goes by “Hawk”) has this overwhelming need to feel more important than he really is. He can be pretty condescending and tends to just go off on people for breaking the rules that are not posted anywhere. I think he just makes them up as he goes. This guy will interrogate you about the stupidest things in a very loud and humiliating way. One day he gets mad for carrying your firearm one way and the next day gets mad for carrying it a different way. He won’t tell you how he wants you to carry it, just not the way you are doing it. He’s almost shocked when he sees guns at “His” gun range. Whatever dude, I’ll be finding a new place until “Hawk” is gone.
07/19/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I recently attended the Youth Outdoor Safari Day event held at the Raahauge shooting range in Norco (Corona?). It was fairly well organized, well staffed, with a lot of events for the kids. My only complaint was the creepy ""videographer"" working for Mike Raahauge (the site owner). The guy was 20-something, shaved-head, tattooed, attitude, and was taking a lot of video of my 16-year old niece. He had no ID, no credentials, no ""press pass"" - I didn't have clue who he was or why he was filming my niece. He told me I could file a complaint with his boss - Mike Raahauge. As it turns out - Mike was almost as much of a pain as his videographer, remarking, ""... you mean we got a pedophile on the premises filming girls? Quick - somebody hide the kids."" Needless to say, that remark told me everything I needed to know about Mike, his ""team,"" and his facility. So my recommendation - if you can't find anywhere else to shoot, and you have to go to Inland Empire to ""Mike Raahuage Shooting Enterprises"" - make sure you leave your daughters and/or nieces at home.