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Utah's largest premier gun store and indoor range!

General Info
The Gun Vault was created by a group of talented individuals with many years of experience that wanted to provide Utah residents with a safe, clean, upscale and convenient establishment to purchase and shoot guns. After seeing the lack of quality indoor gun ranges in Utah with great customer service, it was apparent that there was one thing we set out to do; provide an upscale quality establishment for all skill levels of gun enthusiasts. We have partnered and have connections with some of the best in the business to provide knowledge to every level of shooter. For years Utah residents have had to settle with where they purchase and shoot their guns. Now we have set the standard of what to expect when it comes to gun ranges in Utah.The Gun Vault is a full service one stop shop for anything related to the firearm industry. Amenities will include an indoor shooting range, retail store, large classroom, gunsmithing and V.I.P. membership lounge

Regular Hours

All Guns and Ammo
Payment method
all major credit cards
Parkway Corner
Shooting range Our facility has the perfect setup for your next event whether big or small. We built an 8,000 sq/ft event lounge to create a fun atmosphere for your next corporate event, birthday party, graduation party etc
Rifle & Pistol Ranges, Ammunition, Gun Safety & Marksmanship Instruction, Guns & Gunsmiths, Sporting Goods



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These guys are awesome. Nothing but honest. They have always treated me good. To respond to the review from unwarry1. I have owned a business before and the credit card machines always batch at midnight automatically so the money is pulled out every day. I have never heard of forced credit.