I have been to Firing Line to shoot at their range a few times- they do get pretty busy, but the staff was friendly and helpful every time I've gone.
They have a small range, maybe 6 or 8 lanes. They have a decent retail space but things are piled on top of each other or cramed into a small spacc…
29. Action Impact
Clean Range, Fun.. Great hangout place. Knowledgeable staff as well as customers
Your service in this place all depends on who waits on you whether you get the person who is really really helpful or the arrogant douche who thinks he knows everything about guns... Same thing goes for behind the counter the people that check it out when you go give them your hard earned money, there's a couple of people that are really really nice and then the one I had check me out yesterday who was just.... wow.. kind of rude but she did finish her text message before she waited on me that was nice of her
He is NOT a veteran. Although his shop decorations would lead you to believe he was a a Marine. He is not. Glad he fixed your 1911 "19114Life": I had him do work on mine before I learned of his, ahem, "credentials"; whoever did the work managed to mar my brand new front site, and also did not properly install what I asked him to. I wouldn't go there again if offered free gunsmithing for life and 50% off any firearm in the shop.
I made a hasty decision and purchased a used pistol from a private seller at a gun show. It seemed like I was getting a great deal until I tried to fire the gun and realized that it didn't function properly. I took the gun to Mo's and was happy to meet the owner, Pat. I explained my situation and that I really didn't want to spend a lot of money on this project. We discussed my budget limitations (my budget was very low) and he agreed to evaluate the gun and return it to safe working order so long as it wasn't going to exceed the limit I had set. A couple of days later I picked up my pistol and now it works great. I couldn't be happier and Mo (Pat) has a customer for life.