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Posted: 10/7/2007 7:08:03 AM EDT
What's the going rate for range dues..? I just paid my $110 for the year. This gets me a key to the gate, come and go as you please. Shooting benches for 100yard and 500yard(500 used in winter months only), a machine gun pit (berm with alot of crap that's been shot up), and another area used as a pistol range. There are trap houses and leagues during the summer. Not a fancy place by any means, but well suited for my needs, and ten minutes from the house.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 7:09:58 AM EDT
[#1]
WE are only 35 a year here in a twon of about 20k people.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 7:10:31 AM EDT
[#2]

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What's the going rate for range dues..? I just paid my $110 for the year. This gets me a key to the gate, come and go as you please. Shooting benches for 100yard and 500yard(500 used in winter months only), a machine gun pit (berm with alot of crap that's been shot up), and another area used as a pistol range. There are trap houses and leagues during the summer. Not a fancy place by any means, but well suited for my needs, and ten minutes from the house.


It is expensive to run a gun club....especially the liability insurance. $110 for all that is a great deal.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 7:12:01 AM EDT
[#3]
$75 a year for a range I shoot at on base.  Goes to 300 yards, covered firing points for pistol and "low power" rifles (.223, 7.62x39), open points for .308+ cal rifles.

$75 a year for a private range I shoot at.  I get the combo to the gate, covered point at 100 yards, 300 yard high power range with target frames and backers, and it's less than 10 minutes from my house.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 7:13:02 AM EDT
[#4]

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What's the going rate for range dues..? I just paid my $110 for the year. This gets me a key to the gate, come and go as you please. Shooting benches for 100yard and 500yard(500 used in winter months only), a machine gun pit (berm with alot of crap that's been shot up), and another area used as a pistol range. There are trap houses and leagues during the summer. Not a fancy place by any means, but well suited for my needs, and ten minutes from the house.


It is expensive to run a gun club....especially the liability insurance. $110 for all that is a great deal.



I'm certainly not complaining. The dues just went up last year $10.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 7:13:38 AM EDT
[#5]

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What's the going rate for range dues..? I just paid my $110 for the year. This gets me a key to the gate, come and go as you please. Shooting benches for 100yard and 500yard(500 used in winter months only), a machine gun pit (berm with alot of crap that's been shot up), and another area used as a pistol range. There are trap houses and leagues during the summer. Not a fancy place by any means, but well suited for my needs, and ten minutes from the house.


It is expensive to run a gun club....especially the liability insurance. $110 for all that is a great deal.



Here, Here.  Majority goes to insurance.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 7:14:07 AM EDT
[#6]
$110 per annum at the Seattle Cop Range. Nice, clean , covered. FFL/gunshop on premises, smoking prices on somethings sometimes.

5 minute drive.


$110 is a major kick ass deal for me. The next closest place would cost me double that in 6 months of gas.





I have a Life membership a the nicest indoor in the area, its 15 miles one way. I generally do that one in the winter with neophyte guests.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 7:16:05 AM EDT
[#7]
I pay $160 a year and get a key to the gate but it is pistols only so it sounds like you are getting a pretty good deal.



Link Posted: 10/7/2007 7:18:35 AM EDT
[#8]
The lease I'm on is $300 per year.

It's the best place to shoot in the DFW area without a doubt.

Anything goes.  Limited to 100 gate keys per year.

Camping is allowed.  It's a good size, several hundred acres, you can shoot to probably 600 yards easy.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 7:24:58 AM EDT
[#9]
The two biggest outdoor ranges here charge about $100 per year. We are members at both for reasons only GC and I understand apparently.

There is an indoor range here (I work at it) that has several different types of memberships that range from approx. $50 to $150 a year.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 7:27:00 AM EDT
[#10]
I shoot for free on my own property, out to 1000+ yards.


I can never go to another "range" again.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 7:27:25 AM EDT
[#11]
$100 for my entire family membership.

Ranges include (in yards) 25, 50, 100, 100/200/300.  Clay pigeon throwing, indoor 20 yard pistol range, cowboy action shooting range (only during matches), and steel plate range.  

Also, club has regular meetings in a nice hall where you can relax and drink a pop (Coke or soda).  

Has a controlled access gate but people still mess the range up.  Its a shame when the paying members ruin it for other paying members.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 7:31:24 AM EDT
[#12]
$65.00 per year.
Whole family.
Club FFL.
ODCMP Afilliate.
Unlimited range time/usage.
$10.00 dues voucher for 4 hours of work time if applied.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 7:39:45 AM EDT
[#13]


$0 -- I use the DNR range  
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 7:41:57 AM EDT
[#14]
$35 here.

Club has rifle, handgun and .22 ranges. Also shots weekly trap/skeet and clays. Archery too.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 7:42:39 AM EDT
[#15]
I pay ~$250 a year.  Less when you add in workdays, etc.  

Sounds expensive, but the range has:
Practice range. (Plinking, etc.)
Steel pistol range.
Silhouette range-back past 300 meters.
1200 yard Hipower range.
A couple more pistol ranges.

Also has a new indoor range/meetinghouse.

Pricey?  Yes.  Especially for a college student.  But its worth it.    

Link Posted: 10/7/2007 7:46:10 AM EDT
[#16]
$100 a year

Two skeet ranges and one trap range (I don't use them but nice to know I could start)

50 yard pist0l range with target backs at different ranges

50 yard mixed range (mostly used by the rimfire guys)

100 Yard "anything goes range"

300 yard range... hey if you want to shoot your pistol there go for it

No MGs alowed but I can live with that since I don't own one

we have a monthly action pistol and multigun match

we have frequent rimfire and skeet matches

Since the new president has taken over I'm quite happy about where my dues go.

Link Posted: 10/7/2007 7:56:01 AM EDT
[#17]

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The lease I'm on is $300 per year.

It's the best place to shoot in the DFW area without a doubt.

Anything goes.  Limited to 100 gate keys per year.

Camping is allowed.  It's a good size, several hundred acres, you can shoot to probably 600 yards easy.



I live in DFW would you give me some info on this range I would be interested in joining. If there is an opening

thanks
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 7:58:32 AM EDT
[#18]
$50. a year gets you the combination to the gate at the outdoor range (15,25,50,100 and 200yd covered rifle and pistol sections) and indoor 22 range.  Common sense rules and no RO except us club members on the weekends when it's open to the general public.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 8:06:22 AM EDT
[#19]
$40 a year gets you the combo to the gate so you can shoot when you want to except for the times that matches are being held.

Covered shooting area with a 50 yard pistol area and rifle out to 300 yards.

Gulf Rifle Club

Link Posted: 10/7/2007 8:08:32 AM EDT
[#20]
 
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 8:14:10 AM EDT
[#21]
Range cost here in Jersey is $132 plus initiation fees of $58. great place thank god since it is the only one around.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 8:30:17 AM EDT
[#22]
$70 for the Family. Plus match fees.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 9:00:46 AM EDT
[#23]
$50 a year.

100,200,300,400,600,700 yard ranges. 25 yd pistol pit. 25 yd indoor range.

NFA/.50 cal friendly.

Link Posted: 10/7/2007 9:50:48 AM EDT
[#24]
I pay $120/year at a private range.  We've got a 50/100/200 line and a 600 line with silhouette stuff on it.  Also have 25yd pistol and trap and skeet field.

We've got less than 75 members so it's usually just me out there.

CHRIS
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 9:52:22 AM EDT
[#25]
$60 a year for one facility with Sporting Clays, Skeet, Trap, 7yd pistol, and 25m, 50m, 75m, 150m, and 200m rifle ranges here in MI. Gated property.

$35 a year for another facility near a winter home in IN has 25y, 50y, and 140y rifle ranges in addition to adequate property allowing for "bring your own thrower" trap shooting. Gated property.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 9:57:03 AM EDT
[#26]
$100/yr dues
$5 for the range badge to operate the electric gate
+ you must work one 5hr work party per year or there is a $200 penalty added to your dues
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 1:38:14 PM EDT
[#27]
$50 a year with 8 hrs of work time. $170 without work hours.
We have a 25, 50, 100, and 200 yard rifle range. A 300 yard range is in process. Archery range with a 3-D course. Trap, .22 Silhouette, 25 and 50 yd Pistol range, Black Powder range, and a Cowboy Action range.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 1:45:23 PM EDT
[#28]
I will gladly pay my dues as long as I can keep picking up after the shooters that were there today..
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 1:49:11 PM EDT
[#29]

Quoted:
$100 a year

Two skeet ranges and one trap range (I don't use them but nice to know I could start)

50 yard pist0l range with target backs at different ranges

50 yard mixed range (mostly used by the rimfire guys)

100 Yard "anything goes range"

300 yard range... hey if you want to shoot your pistol there go for it

No MGs alowed but I can live with that since I don't own one

we have a monthly action pistol and multigun match

we have frequent rimfire and skeet matches

Since the new president has taken over I'm quite happy about where my dues go.



Where is this?

I'm currently using my back yard (75m lane) or the Wildlife Management Area range, which is like 17 bucks for a yearly permit.  They have a 3 lane 150m rifle range, and a 8 or 9 lane pistol range plus a trap range I have not yet wondered over to.  
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 2:11:35 PM EDT
[#30]

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$50. a year gets you the combination to the gate at the outdoor range (15,25,50,100 and 200yd covered rifle and pistol sections) and indoor 22 range.  Common sense rules and no RO except us club members on the weekends when it's open to the general public.
.

Where in oregon are you?
the only places I have found local are over $300 (way too damn expensive for a college student)

Dude if your around Albany hit up ARPC, $110 a year
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 2:27:20 PM EDT
[#31]
I pay $10 a year for the membership and $10 every time I go shooting.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 2:33:38 PM EDT
[#32]
$60 year and $100 initiation fee.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 2:34:01 PM EDT
[#33]
$0  

I shoot on my family's land.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 2:48:49 PM EDT
[#34]
50 per year for www.bgrpc.org/
100 and 200 rifle, covered pistol area.
5 hours of work party per year.

100 per year for one closer. Pistol and 25/50/100 rifle. Great Italian lunch counter.
Link Posted: 10/7/2007 3:09:27 PM EDT
[#35]
$100 per year. $20 credit given toward next membership fee for participating in range detail, which is one Saturday a month.

I work every Saturday so I've only been able to take advantage of the $20 credit once.

Very nice range with multiple shooting bays but the rifle range only goes out to 200 yards. My favorite is the pistol bay with metal silhouettes.

Link Posted: 10/7/2007 3:10:55 PM EDT
[#36]

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$50. a year gets you the combination to the gate at the outdoor range (15,25,50,100 and 200yd covered rifle and pistol sections) and indoor 22 range.  Common sense rules and no RO except us club members on the weekends when it's open to the general public.
.

Where in oregon are you?
the only places I have found local are over $300 (way too damn expensive for a college student)

Dude if your around Albany hit up ARPC, $110 a year


I guess I don't know where you're getting that from
here's their price sheet:  $235 /year

www.s185153108.onlinehome.us/cgi-bin/applicationform.pl?get_rates


ETA: hmmm... another page on their site says $60 /year.
Link Posted: 10/8/2007 2:36:19 AM EDT
[#37]
$25 per year...

2 Trap fields with voice release traps

1 Skeet field

300 yard rifle range

50 yard outdoor pistol range

.22 cal rimfire silhoulette range

Key to 50 foot indoor pistol range/clubhouse

Club is NRA, ATA, CMP affiliated.

Excellent value.

Gregor
Link Posted: 10/8/2007 2:38:56 AM EDT
[#38]
$45 a year, full access rifle pistol and trap.
Link Posted: 10/8/2007 3:06:33 AM EDT
[#39]

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my club wanted $250-

time for a new club


Good luck finding one in the northeast.


I don't belong to a gun club anymore...I just go out in the desert and find a safe spot. I can easily get well past 1,000 yards...if I want to drag a target stand that far out in the sagebrush and cheatgrass
Link Posted: 10/8/2007 3:32:32 AM EDT
[#40]
$50 a year.... 7 outdoor ranges out to 300 yards. One indoor pistol range. Skeet and Trap. Pond for fishing. Clubhouse with clean bathrooms. I can't ask for much more.
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