Pistol and Rifle Ranges
Our gun range is divided up into 13 pistol lanes, and 6 high-power rifle lanes. Range usage is on a “first come, first served” basis. We do not accept lane reservations for any party size. Pistol ranges are 50 feet long, and the rifle range is 60 feet long. All lanes have lights and electric target carrier systems that you can set for any distance beyond our 20 foot minimum. Our negative pressure ventilation system ensures you are breathing 100% fresh intake air.
In order to use the gun range, you must fill out a sign-in sheet and provide a government issued photo ID, which we hold on to while you are on the range. Before you step onto our range, we will go through our safety briefing and make sure you are comfortable with any firearm that you are going to be using. You pay at check-out, which simplifies the process and prevents you from having to nickel-and-dime your way through the day if you want additional targets or ammo.
Click here to download copies of our sign-in sheets.
Range ID Card for Frequent Range Visitors
We now have an optional Range ID program to streamline and expedite the check-in process for frequent gun range customers. For a $5 fee, we will issue you a Range ID Card that corresponds to a sign-in sheet that is good for the remainder of the calendar year. This is not a range membership – range time is still a flat rate per person for the entire day. This is in lieu of filling out a new sign-in sheet for the range every time you visit. The card is good until December 31 of the year it was issued. If you lose the card, we can issue a replacement but you will be charged $5 again.
Out-of-town visitors and tourists
We welcome our guests from out of town and encourage you to visit. There are some special considerations for non-citizens that you should be aware of before your visit.
- If you were admitted under the Visa Waiver Program, there is no additional requirement for you to be able to shoot on our range. Please make sure you have some form of government-issued photo ID, such as a driver’s license or passport. The US Department of State maintains a list of countries eligible for the Visa Waiver program, available at https://travel.state.gov/content/visas/en/visit/visa-waiver-program.html.
- If you obtained a visa to enter the country, you are required to have a hunting permit to lawfully possess firearms or ammunition.
Title 18, United States Code, Section 922:
(d) (5) (B) It shall be unlawful for any person to sell or otherwise dispose of any firearm or ammunition to any person knowing or having reasonable cause to believe that such person who, being an alien except as provided in subsection (y)(2), has been admitted to the United States under a nonimmigrant visa.
(g) (5) (B) It shall be unlawful for any person who, being an alien except as provided in subsection (y)(2), has been admitted to the United States under a nonimmigrant visa; to ship or transport in interstate or foreign commerce, or possess in or affecting commerce, any firearm or ammunition; or to receive any firearm or ammunition which has been shipped or transported in interstate or foreign commerce.
(y) (2) (A) Provisions Relating to Aliens Admitted Under Nonimmigrant Visas. – Exceptions. – Subsections (d)(5)(B), (g)(5)(B), and (s)(3)(B)(v)(II) do not apply to any alien who has been lawfully admitted to the United States under a nonimmigrant visa, if that alien is admitted to the United States for lawful hunting or sporting purposes or is in possession of a hunting license or permit lawfully issued in the United States;
Universal Access / ADA
Our facility is fully accessible, with parking ramps and restrooms ADA compliant. We have built several shooting stalls for both pistol and rifle ranges to properly accommodate guests in wheelchairs or with special needs. If you have specific concerns, please call us to discuss them.
Range Rules and Policies
Our range rules are designed for the safety and comfort of our guests – you, your family and friends – as well as our staff.
- Eye and ear protection is required at all times past the “Range Entrance” door.
- Keep all firearms inside your assigned stalls: if in a group or sharing firearms, switch out shooters and targets and leave the gun in the stall.
- Keep the muzzle of all firearms pointed downrange towards targets at all times.
- Keep your finger outside of the trigger guard and away from the trigger until your sights are aligned on target and you have decided to take the shot.
- There is no rapid fire on our ranges, to include ‘double taps’ and ‘failure drills’. No shooting faster than 1 shot per second, ensuring that all shots impact the target and the backstop, not the floors, walls or ceilings.
- There is a minimum target distance of 20’, marked on each range, in order to maintain impacts into the backstop.
- If you have a problem with your firearm or the range, leave the gun inside the stall facing safely downrange and ask a staff member for assistance. DO NOT take a problem firearm off the shooting line or into the showroom.
- Ensure that your firearms are safely cased, or locked open and clear before leaving the shooting range and entering the showroom.
- No persons are permitted to go forward of the shooting stalls except under the specific direction and guidance of a Range Officer.
- While on the range, you are responsible for any damages that you may inflict to the range facility, including damage to the target carriers, floors, walls, ceilings, baffles or range stalls.
Additionally, our insurance carrier has established some additional guidelines for the safety of our guests, staff and facility.
- Gun rentals are available to parties of 2 or more, and to individuals that brought their own firearm to the range. Rentals are charged by the gun, not the person, so you can share the expense among a group.
- No outside ammunition may be used with the rentals – only ammunition purchased in our store.
Eye and Ear Protection
Eye and ear protection is required on the range at all times. For the sake of safety and hygiene, we do not rent or lend safety equipment. We do offer the following inexpensive and reusable eye and ear protection:
- Eye protection (safety glasses) for $1.50
- Ear protection (ear muffs)
- $8.50 for 22-db sound reduction
- $13.50 for 27-db sound reduction
- $0.99 for disposable earplugs
Of course, you are welcome to bring your own eye and ear protection. If you shoot often, consider investing in a quality set of eye and ear protection if you haven’t done so already.
Range Safety Officers
Range Officers are here for your assistance and to help provide guidance while on the range. YOU, the shooter, are responsible for your own safety and the safety of any guests under your care. If at any time you have a question, or feel uncomfortable with the handling of your firearm or with any other patron’s actions it is your responsibility to advise a Range Officer so that they may lend assistance. Be aware that Range Officers have absolute authority on the range. The rules as outlined above are posted in numerous locations throughout the range and shop, and are recited to EVERY patron going back to the range. The Range Officers will politely remind guests of the rules in case of any infractions, but may take action up to and including dismissal for repeated or willful disregard of the safety rules and practices.
ABSOLUTELY NO tracers, armor-piercing, steel-core or steel-jacketed ammunition is allowed on any of our ranges. This includes ‘bi-metal’ marked ammunitions. Unfortunately most of the economy European loads from Wolf, Brown Bear, Silver Bear, Tula, etc., are included in this restricted group. Simple test: place a magnet on the projectile – if it sticks to any portion besides the casing, then the projectile contains steel and not just the softer malleable metals such as lead, brass and copper that are allowed. You are still welcome to bring in your own ammo to shoot in your guns (not the rentals) as long as the ‘No Steel’ guideline is met. ALL outside ammo will be inspected at check-in.
Age Restrictions and Minors
You must be 18 to use the gun range alone, and 21 in order to rent handguns or buy ammunition for handguns.
Written permission in the form of our Minor Release Form is required for any minor (under 18) to use the range. The form must be completed by his or her parent or legal guardian. Grandparents, siblings and other adult family members may NOT sign unless they have been granted custody of the minor by legal decree. Minors must be under adult (over 21) supervision AT ALL TIMES while on the range. Regular range rates apply.
For safety reasons, any minor under age 12 will be admitted onto the range ONLY at the approval of range staff to ensure that they are of proper height, can physically handle a firearm safely, and have properly fitting protective equipment.
Range and Rental Rates
Range fees are per person and are good for the entire day. Some of our discounted range rates have time limitations. If you wish to continue shooting past the time limitation, your range rate will be prorated appropriately.
Rental fees are charged per rental gun your group has at one time. Rental fees are also good for the entire day. There is no limit on how often you may swap rental firearms. All ammunition is sold separately.
Due to national shortages of some calibers, we may limit quantities of ammunition sold for range use.
|Range Rates||Pistol / Rimfire||Rifle / Shotgun||NFA|
|Ladies’ Day (Monday)||$5||$7||–|
|Senior Saver (weekdays 10AM – 1PM, 50+ )||$5||$7||–|
|Student (weekdays 1PM – 4PM, with ID)||$7||$10||–|
|Military / LEO (active duty, with ID)||$7||$10||–|
|1st Thursday EDC Special (1st Thursday of the month, 10 minute limit, must have Range ID Card)||$1||–||–|
Pistol & Rimfire
This covers use of the pistol range. Handgun calibers are allowed, up to .454 Casull, all rimfire calibers and all handgun caliber rifles.
1st Thursday EDC Special
The 1st Thursday of every month, we offer an EDC (Every Day Carry) range time special to encourage regular practice with your carry firearm. For $1, you can shoot for 10 minutes. A Range ID Card is required.
If you are coming for a full range session, regular rates apply with no time limit on your shooting. Please make sure to clear your firearm of ALL ammo before entering the showroom. All our regular range rules are in place.
Rifle & Shotgun
This covers use of the rifle range and shotgun lanes as well as the pistol range. Rifle calibers are allowed, up to .300 Win Mag (or equivalent muzzle energy) and all firearms using shotgun shells. Rifles may only be shot on the rifle range and shotguns may only be shot on designated lanes. Due to the nature of shotguns, we limit the use of shotguns to Tuesdays and Thursdays. Shotguns must be fired from the shoulder, using the stock and sights. Only slugs and buckshot are permitted for the range. Birdshot is not allowed.
NFA (Suppressed firearms and short barreled rifles)
We welcome most NFA firearms on our range. If you have specific concerns, please call us with your questions. There is no separate NFA range fee.
Handgun rental covers all pistols, revolvers, and rimfire (.22) rifles on our rental wall. You can swap them at will for no additional fee. You must be 21 years of age or older to rent a handgun and to purchase ammunition for it. If you are 18 you may rent a rimfire or pistol caliber rifle and purchase ammunition for it.
This will rent all normal (non-NFA) rifles and shotguns as well as the handguns on our rental wall. You can swap them at will for no additional fee. You must be 18 years of age or older to rent a rifle or shotgun and to purchase ammunition for it.
NFA rental allows you to use all the firearms on the rental wall, including SBRs (short barreled rifles) and suppressors. As with all rentals, there’s no additional fee for swapping. You must be 21 years of age or older to rent an NFA firearm.
Guns available to rent
We have 80 or more different firearms to rent! For a list of all the rental firearms we offer, please check our Rental List page. Please keep in mind that all guns may not be available at the time of your visit, owing to maintenance schedules and repairs.