Staff was friendly and the people were great. I had a great ime renting the machine guns and they have a ton of pistols to rent.
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I am registered to take the LTC class next week at Top Gun on Beverlyhill. I dropped by yesterday to inquire about two concerns I had about the class. One, I have had three back surgeries and can only stand for a few minutes at a time-- I was concerned about delaying the class during the shooting demonstration. Second, I had a recent fall and my shoulder can not presently handle repeated firing of my 9 MM Springfield Armory pistol. Senrenity, one of the LTC instructors at Top Gun, relieved my fears. She said new TX regulations effective September 2017 allow LTC qualifying with a lower caliber weapon, and she confirmed that I could sit while loading cartridges into the magazine (although I must stand while shooting). Then, Senrenity went above and beyond my expectations and offered to give me a one-on-one Proficiency Demonstration certification for the shooting portion of the course. I shot 25 practice rounds with a 22 caliber. Senrenity then joined me on the range, and I hit an 8, 9, or 10 on the target with 48 of my 50 shots-- not bad for a 75 year old! If I can do it, you can too. Thanks, Senrenity.
If you are a woman don't bother going to Top Gun. I have been to Top Gun several times to shoot and take classes but always with my husband or a group that included men...I was raised with guns and just recently got my husband interested in shooting. I went to buy some ammo and a gift card and learned that the Top Gun employees are a bunch of sexist jerks. I will spare you the blow by blow but a few highlights should suffice. First, I waited at the counter while several men who arrived after me were waited on first and several salesmen stood around doing nothing. The first salesman I asked for assistance gave a curt, "I'll be with you shortly" and then went promptly off to chit chat with his fellow salesman and seemingly do nothing but visit. When I finally caught another guy's attention he asked in a condescending tone, "are you sure he has a 40 caliber and not a 9 mm." Why is he assuming I'm buying for a guy? Or even for another person? I am not sensitive to these things but his tone was outrageous. Second, if I said I wanted 40 caliber range ammo, I want 40 caliber range ammo. Period. Then, when he told me they only sell range ammo to be used immediately, another guy said, "there is an ammo shortage, sweetie." Really? Sweetie? I am not your sweetie and even more importantly, I am not an idiot. Anyone who owns a gun -- shockingly, even a woman -- knows what is going on with ammo. Needless to say, I left without ammo or a gift card, only disappointment.