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Posted: 6/4/2001 8:18:59 AM EDT
What does the your range charge for yearly membership? Is it indoor or outdoor is there also a per visit fee? Does it include family members ? Can you bring a guest? Is it a privately owned range or is it own by the members? In Birmingham AL area its around 100-200.00 for the member owned ranges and 200-400.00 for the for-profit ranges but they have better facilities. The one indoor range has alot of options but for everything about 400.00 per year. Most include immediate family and can bring guest on limited basis for additional charge. So how does this compare with your area?
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Albany Rifle & Pistol Club, OR Annual Membership with 12+ hr. of work $48.00 Annual Membership plus work bond fee $98.00 Endowment Membership $2500.00 I don't think they are taking Life Memberships. Club and range is owned by members. Membership is only for member, not family. Can bring guest. No fee to use range. 25, 50, 100, & 200 yd. outside rifle range with covered firing point (sound containment). .22 lr inside range. Trap range. Handgun range with several bays, most with covered firing points.
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Fort Bliss Rod & Gun Club, El Paso TX 1 year membership is $70 no per visit fee for members. Outdoor ranges from 25 yards out to 1000 yards. Many different ranges for pistol, rifle, plinking, black powder, etc. very nice. Only things I don't like are that they are closed on Mondays (I get a lot of Mondays off) and they don't allow kids under 12 so I gotta take my 7 year old son out in the desert to shoot.
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IWLA - Izaak Walton League of America. Northern Virginia Outdoor, 19 station covered range. 25,50,100 yard positions. Yearly fees of $100.00 with no per-visit fee. Open from around 8am to dark. Schedule changes on weekends and winter hours. There is a range officer on duty at all times when the range is open. This is only about 9 miles from my house and is very convenient (DC AREA). Only drawback. No FULL AUTO. Still looking for a range in the area which allows Full Auto.
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Tucson Rifle Club - $30 individual, $35 family annual memberships. $4.00/day/person for non-members and guests. It's on BLM land, privately run. Outdoor, covered shooting lines. 500m rifle silhouette range, 2-100 yard ranges (one is 100 yard ONLY, the other is any distance out to 100 yards), 100 yard .22 rimfire rifle silhouette range, 200m handgun silhouette range, 100m law-enforcement range, 200m cowboy action/practical range, 1000 yard range with 600 and 800 yard shooting positions. I think the fee is going up $5 this year, though. Still the best deal going, IMHO. It's just 35 miles from where I live. [sniper]
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"The Shooting Range" in Lindon, Utah. Indoor range $99/year individual, $150 for family membership. Unlimited use. Normal fee $6/hr or $35 for a ten time punch pass.
Link Posted: 6/4/2001 9:34:23 AM EDT
$65./yr private club. Click here to see some pictures of the facilities>>>> [url]http://blackrifle.gunsnet.net/FSAClub.htm[/url]
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No annual or membership fee. $7.00 a day for unlimited range time. 100 yard rifle, pistol, skeet and trap, and archery. All outdoors, but nice facillities. The one indoor pistol range I use charges about $6.00 an hour for lane time. Once again no other fees.
Link Posted: 6/4/2001 9:46:00 AM EDT
Beer slayer, I agree and shoot ipsc and 3-gun there. I am not a member(though I have considered joining) because I am about 65 miles away. I also have a secluded area near my home where me and friends can shoot that gives a range of 100+ yards and we have a few gongs set up and two or three target stands. Its 5 min from my house, but I am afraid adjoining property may be developed and ruin our spot. Hey I plan on shooting the 3gun match this Sat at 1:00 maybe I will see you there. www.foprangeinc.com
Link Posted: 6/4/2001 9:55:19 AM EDT
Honey Island Swamp in Louisiana. Run by Club under the supervison of the Wildlife and Fisheries Dept. $6/day/person. Under 16 shoot free with an adult. Yearly pass is $60/person and there are family passes but I forget what they charge but it is very reasonable. Area for shooting bow, area for shooting skeet, 25 yd pistol range with knock down targets and a 100 yd rifle/pistol range soon to go to 200. Can shoot anything from black powder to full auto.
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I got kicked out because my phaser keeps burning through the backstop.
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Field and Stream, Saginaw, MI $80 first year, $40 thereafter. Indoor and outdoor archery. Trap and skeet (nice) 5 or 6 of them Picnic areas Rifle, covered firing line, 25/50/100 Pistol, cover firing area, 25/50 pistol fun ranges for fun night and events (plates, pins et al) Black powder trail swiming, fishing lake and picnic area
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I belong to the Bullseye indoor range in Wichita. A yearly membership is $17.50 for a single or $27.50 for a family. The range has an indoor pistol range that costs $6.00 per hour with a membership. They also have a 25, 50, 75, 100 yd indoor rifle range that costs $8.50 per hour. The range also has a full service gun shop. Members get a discount on all of the firearms that are for sale. It's not a big discount, but the member prices are pretty darn good IMHO.
Link Posted: 6/4/2001 11:15:18 AM EDT
$35 a year with a $50 initiation fee 200 yrd rifle range 50 yard pistol range pin shooting skeet range trap range concrete and wooden benches. Guest no fee unlimited visits 2nd range $85 a year No guest fee Indoor pistol Trap range Skeet range 100 yard rifle range Pistol range Metallic 22 silouhte covered range
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$40.00 a year. Open every day, Sundays shooting can't start until noon. Covered pistol range 0-50 yards. Rifle range 0-300 yards 4 shotgun trap areas 2 archery ranges Clubhouse BBQ pits Any target is ok except glass Both ranges are closed to members during scheduled shooting events, 2 local police agenices and 2 sheriffs departments have range hours on Tuesdays, they can only close off either the pistol or rifle range.
Link Posted: 6/4/2001 12:05:32 PM EDT
$100/year. Indoor range to 25M in town and an outdoor range to 200yds in the sticks. Unlimited use, no per visit fees. Girls shoot free when accompanied by a member/paying shooter. The per visit cost is outrageous for the outdoor range, and pretty high for the indoor. If you shoot more than once every couple months, then it pays to spring for the membership. If you're a gal, then just know someone who is a member. Ross
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MountainTop Sportsman’s Complex in N.E. Pennsylvania $25/Year. Pistol, Skeet, Archery, Rifle (50 yard/100 yard/ 200 yard/ 250 yard - rumors of a 1000 yard on the way.) Nice benches with roofs for those rainy days. Several stocked ponds for fishing. Many full-auto members from all over the Tri-State area and beyond. Open whenever you want it to be - all members have a key to the front gate. Miles away from anyone who could complain.
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$0. live in new mexico, several million acres of national fores and navajo rez to shoot on, town has a free range also, no range masters to hassle with, on you own. I always shoot alone or with friend only.
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I pay $125 a year for my local indoor range. I believe I only went there 5 times last year, but I've gone to outdoor ranges about 10 times and I don't have a membership there. This year I've only been to my local range twice since I have renewed my membership. I don't know why I keep on renewing my membership for the indoor range when I don't even go there often enough.
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$10.00 PER DAY-NON MEMBER $36.00 PER YEAR-MEMBER
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Indoor pistol range - $160/year, unlimited use. Very reasonable FFL services too. Outdoor, state-run rifle range - $10/year with purchase of $15 fishing license. Unlimited use 5 days per week.
Link Posted: 6/4/2001 2:32:55 PM EDT
$100 Canadian per year.... Pistol $2 to cover targets per visit. www.eesa.ca
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DORR Michigan, southkent sportsman's club 70 dollars a year, member owned no limit on guests, no additional fees excluding trap and skeet. no caliber restrictions. you can shoot dawn to dusk everyday 365 days a year. 100 through 500 m rifle range with silhouettes, 200 m light rifle and handgun range with silhouettes, handgun plate machine, trap and skeet ranges, Five 25 yard ranges (anything goes) All rifle and pistol ranges are covered. For those that have them full auto is allowed. Affiliated with just about all organized shooting associations. It dosent get much better than this just wish they had a longer rifle range http://www.iserv.net/~wmize/sksc.htm
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7 dollars per visit no annual fees 25 to 200 yards coverd fairly nice.
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Outdoor Public Range with $65.00 per year dues. Guests are $3.00 per day with member, $5.00 without. [uzi]
Link Posted: 6/4/2001 2:37:42 PM EDT
I belong to two ranges. In Portland I lucked into a deal - life time membership at "The Place to Shoot" plus one year in the NRA for $35.00. Not so bad. It is an indoor range only. I think range fees are like $3.00 per lane. In Medford - Medford rifle and Pistol club - $50.00 per year. This gives you access to the indoor range virtually anytime you want (it has a padlock on the door - no RO - most of the time you have your own private gun range). Range fees are $1.00. Additionally, you get a pass to the county's outdoor range - there are a total of 10 ranges that vary from 50 to 600 yards. Talk about a charmed life!
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I shoot at 2 local "range" and they are both free. First range is actually 80 acre rock pit which I have permission from the owner to shoot (got a key to the gate). It has one 100 yard by 300 yard section with 20 ft high pile of dirt and stone on 3 sides and this is where several of us has setup some target holders and steel plates. There are some large boulders and "pits" in this area so it makes a perfect "combat" course. Second range is 25 acre private land next to a state park. The owner is a shooter and likes to have people come shoot as long as we are safe and don't act stupid. There is 200 yard cleared area in the back with dirt mound at the end. This year several of us setup some target stand at various dustances from 10 to 200 yards. Occasionally we go to help clear weeds and keep the "range" clean. There are several indoor and outdoor ranges nearby but I have not been to any of them in many years. I feel lucky to have access to such "range" to shoot.
Link Posted: 6/4/2001 4:38:57 PM EDT
United Sportsman's Inc $25/yr family membership and $5 range fee for scheduled events. 25 yd indoor and up to 100 yd outdoor. No range fee if not a scheduled event. Blue Water Sportsman's Assoc. about $75 for individual, $95/family. range fee $3/member or $5/non-member. It may be higher as I haven't actively shoot here for 6 years. Fred
Link Posted: 6/4/2001 4:47:06 PM EDT
Palmerton Rod & Gun CLub is $15 a year with up to 200yrds. It does have some pretty silly rules like A member can have one guest,once a year,once! That it! Alos there are some pretty "ignorant on the 2nd Amend." Poeple that go there
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Grand Island Rod & Gun Club- $55 per/yr + $1 per visit to the rifle range or $18 per/yr unlimited use. Trap & Skeet - $5 per set. Guests $5, Family member $1, LEO $3 Range is 225 yds. and any legal weapon within reason is allowed. ( No cannons, etc. ) Paper targets only. Best part-- it's 1 mile form my house!
Link Posted: 6/4/2001 5:37:16 PM EDT
Howell (Michigan) Gun Club: $80 first year, $40 thereafter. Indoor pistol range $2 (members) for 3 hours, open 2 or 3 times a week except during summer. 25/50 yard pistol range, uncovered. Covered 100 yard range w/8-12 stations. Covered 100/200/300 range w/3 stations. Nice trap/skeet facility (never used it). Up to 3 guests allowed, no fees unless using indoor/trap/skeet ranges. One clubhouse with pool table, kitchen, and crapper. Too bad I live an hour away...
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Santa Anita Firing Range 417 E. Huntington Dr. Monrovia, Calif. 91016 The "smiley face" scenes with Mel Gibson and Danny Glover in Lethal Weapon I was filmed here. They have the original "smiley face" target that Mel Gibson "shot" during the movie hanging on the lobby wall. 25 yard indoor range with 25 lanes. www.santaanitafiringrange.com RANGE FEES: 1 Person - 1 Lane ............... 9.99/Per Hour 2 People - 1 Lane ........... .... 14.99/Per Hour *Minimum Charge - 1 Hour *2nd Hour Charge - 15 Minute Increments MEMBERSHIP PRICES: Three Month ...................... 99.00/Per Person Six Month ........................ 145.00/Per Person One Year .......................... 199.00/Per Person *Includes: -Unlimited Free Range Time -Unlimited Free Gun Rentals -Same Day Lane Reservations -10% Discounts on Most Items
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