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Posted: 7/22/2005 12:36:56 PM EDT
ETA - I meant 100 - 149 and 150 - 199, so please vote accordingly

Trying to decide if this is worth it, or if I should stay the course of just stopping at public land.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 12:40:46 PM EDT
Mine is $35 a year, plus 4 hours of clean up, building, bar tending a year. If you can't give four hours then it is an extra $20 a year.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 12:43:13 PM EDT
One is $100 yr. w/ 24 hours work.

One is $65 year w/ 15 hours work.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 12:45:41 PM EDT
I think it was $125 a year for just me.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 12:45:41 PM EDT
Goes from $100/year with no range work to over $600.

I unfortunately don't go as often as I'd like (ideally a minimum of twice a month) so I haven't been able to justify the cost.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 12:47:15 PM EDT
$120 per year.

No work.

No hours.

No rangemaster.

Full Auto ok.

50 BMG ok.

Tactical drills ok.

Limited guests ok.

I've never seen / heard anyone playing with tannerite out there but I guess it's ok.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 12:47:54 PM EDT
I can't remember how much I pay for the NRA range annual membership....$250 I think?
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 12:48:06 PM EDT
I think last year it was $30-35 per year and $4 per visit.  Indoor range with 20 or 25 yard pistol (not sure which), 30 yard rifle, and 10 yard air gun.  

I haven't renewed yet since it expired in May but I think it went up a little.  
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 12:49:41 PM EDT
$100 initiation fee for first year, +$80 for that year/every year afterwards. You also have to do 18 hours of service to the club per year for the first 20 years of membership.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 12:50:03 PM EDT
Mine is a little over $50 plus 20 work hours.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 12:50:11 PM EDT
$280 a year, or close to that at the NRA HQ range and the handgun range down the street.

Hey.  I live in Northern VA.  Don't you know all of us are fricking billionaires!
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 1:06:08 PM EDT
$0....zip nada nothing and I hope my Battle Born state stays that way
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 1:08:05 PM EDT
where at?
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 1:10:28 PM EDT
I pay $50 CDN a year for my range, it goes out to 700 meters (they are tacking on another 200 this year) for rifle, has three pistol ranges, all covered with bences, and it has 3 electric launchers in the skeet field. I also get free shooting at an indoor range on Tuesday nights (pistol and rifle, but not BMG, anythign smaller than that) the indoor range is not even 10 minutes away from my home, the outdoor range is an hour away, but is the best in the area.

The other ranges in town are all around  $80CDN to $300CDN, depending on where they are who owns them and the like (the other indoor range charges $300 a year, you cannot shoot your own ammunition even in your guns, and no .22) the $80CDN range is an outdoor range, about 30 minutes away, but only goes to 300 meters, Hell, i shoot that far with my .22s and BP weapons, I want more range for the fun toys ike Garands and whatnot, and what is an extra 30 minutes of driving for a weekend of shooting? (Did I forget to mention the free camping at the $50 range? and the lack of neightbours to compalin when we shoot 33lb propane tanks )
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 1:11:11 PM EDT
my outdoor range is $100 dollars a year.  
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 1:12:42 PM EDT
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 1:14:07 PM EDT
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 1:16:42 PM EDT

I've found a nice little Oklahoma Public Lands range, just north of Pawnee Oklahoma, located on the northwest side of Pawnee Lake.

Nothing but an old concrete picnic table and a high berm, but the price is right, it's uncrowded, quite and the natives seem friendly.

It's about a 25 minute drive, from where I live in Stillwater .
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 1:18:26 PM EDT
Fall Creek Valley Conservation Club in Indiana.
$40 per year, $80 the first year.

Simple ranges that max out at 100yds, but it's close to home and work.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 1:19:36 PM EDT
mine is 30 bucks a year, at a DNR range..........no "work parties" or any of the other silly shit........just show up, shoot, police your brass.......bye.

Link Posted: 7/22/2005 1:29:17 PM EDT
I do most of my own shooting at my own range, but I keep a membership at a local range for $25/year.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 1:29:20 PM EDT
free, and only $4 per round of skeet.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 1:32:58 PM EDT
$20 per year per family.  It's a four position 100 yd range owned by the city.  Not great but ok untill a week before hunting season.

eta  You can shoot anything that your man enough to drag up there.  I like it because I can shoot my cannon.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 1:47:33 PM EDT

mine is 30 bucks a year, at a DNR range..........no "work parties" or any of the other silly shit........just show up, shoot, police your brass.......bye.

Same here.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 1:47:51 PM EDT
$10 per visit

I'm used to shooting in the country for free - this $hit is getting old

No double tapping/rapid fire/you name it
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 1:56:44 PM EDT
$13 per visit.

No rapid fire. No AP. No holstering. And the one old rangemaster doesn't like EBRs, new shooters, or younger people.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 1:59:32 PM EDT
$160 / yr

No work.

No range master.

No 50MBG.

Rifle range out to 300 y.

I think it's crap they say no 50s, BTW.  They say it has to do with the backstop.  I say it has to do with they are pussies.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 2:00:37 PM EDT
What's a range fee?
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 2:11:40 PM EDT
Golden Triangle Gun Club is $50 per year, 10 minutes from my home.

Orange Gun Club is $75 per year, 30 minutes from home.

Both are the type where you let yourself in with a combination and there are no range officers on duty.  We are often the only ones there.

I have just about the best set-up you can have without living on your own range in the boonies.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 2:34:32 PM EDT
There is an indoor range down the road from my house that charges $180 for the first year membership and $100 for any year after that for membership. It’s a decent place to shoot I guess. No rapid fire or double taps or anything like that though.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 2:36:58 PM EDT
I shoot at home. It's free and I have plenty of yardage and I get to shoot all sorts of fun targets.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 3:46:44 PM EDT
$30  plus work at the Itasca Gun Range. But, I don't even live there. We live in TN but it's my wife's hometown and we visit once a year. Very nice, clean range because Minnesotans are VERY well behaved.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 3:52:59 PM EDT
The local FOP range is open to the public on Saturday for free.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 3:54:22 PM EDT
I pay $50 a month because I'm a regular, new associates pay $80.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 4:01:10 PM EDT
No yearly fee.  $10.00 per hour and no clean-up.  

Link Posted: 7/22/2005 4:05:48 PM EDT
$30 per year.  Another dollar if you're new and need a gate key.  
Open 24/7.  Outside.
7, 25, 50, 100, 200, 220, 300, 340yd berms.
It's messy as hell, I think I'm the only one that cleans up out there.  
Great place to shoot though.


Link Posted: 7/22/2005 4:05:54 PM EDT
108$ a year and no work. I just go once a month though.

Link Posted: 7/22/2005 4:11:30 PM EDT
I pay $125/year.

No clean up hours (but police yourself when you leave)
Shoot anything you want but Full Auto.
Hours, 8-Dusk anyday but Sunday which is 1-6.
No rangemaster, just you and the dirt hill your shooting into.
50 yard, 100 yard, and 150 & 200 if you walk it off into the open field that stands behind it.
You're issued you own key to let yourself in as you wish.
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 4:16:10 PM EDT
We just shoot on BLM land, so it is free.  But we usually end up driving about 45 min to get to our "range".
Link Posted: 7/22/2005 4:20:20 PM EDT

$10 per visit

I'm used to shooting in the country for free - this $hit is getting old

No double tapping/rapid fire/you name it

Same here, except they don't check your ammo. As long as you don't go telling the world I'm pretty sure you should be able to use 3006 AP or whatnot.

Link Posted: 7/22/2005 6:30:18 PM EDT
It is $60.00 per year. Shoot anything you got, no bullshit, no rangemaster, no rules and no people(very few). The bugs are free, but if you pop a Moose, Bear or Caribou on a stroll across the range it will cost more (much much more) unless season is open for the wacked critter.
Link Posted: 8/5/2005 7:39:21 AM EDT
$55 a YEAR

300 yard steel targets, 100 yard paper, shoot house, indoor shoot house, archery, skeet, deer hunting, multiple pistol ranges, steel targts
Link Posted: 8/5/2005 9:18:55 AM EDT
$174, but working for the club reduces the actual feed paid.
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