FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Retail FAQ’s

Yes, we buy and sell used handguns and long guns. We also accept trade-ins on new firearms and other gear. Please bring your firearm to our store. We have an extensive inventory of pre-owned firearms and accessories.
Yes. If we don’t have what you want we will be happy to order it.
Yes, we do both firearm and NFA transfers. Fees for firearm transfers are $30 for private transfers and $40 for internet purchases.
Yes. With a $100 deposit we can hold your firearm for up to 60 days.
At the moment we offer basic repair maintenance services.

Training FAQ’s

Yes, we are continually expanding our selection of handgun and rifle classes.
If you are a beginner, We always encourage firearm training to enhance proficiency and safety. We do require first time shooters to sign our waiver and review our range rules before using our facilities. We also offer private instruction and a wide variety of classes for everyone from beginners to veteran shooters.

Range FAQ’s

We have 12 lanes divided into two bays. One bay has 5 lanes that are 15 yards long. One bay has 7 lanes that are 25 yards long.
You can walk in at any time and use the range. The walk-in rate is $20 for the day for the first shooter and $10 for each additional shooter with a limit of 3 shooters per lane.
In our small bay all handgun calibers are permitted. In our large bay we permit up to 30-06. Our large bay trap can handle up to .50 BMG, but large caliber rifles will be accommodated on a special event basis. No tracer or incendiary rounds are permitted. Shotguns may be shot at the range using slugs only.
Yes, we have a large selection of handguns and long guns for rent. All rentals must use in-store purchased ammunition.
We ask that all firearms be unloaded and cased when being transported to the range. If you are carrying concealed, you must keep your firearm concealed while in our facility.
When you come, make sure your firearm remains cased until your reach the shooting range bench. If it is your first time shooting with us there will be a waiver that must be completed online, prior to checking in. When you arrive, come to the the range desk and check in. You will need a picture ID (drivers license or passport) to check in and a credit card will be held if any firearms are are rented. Range staff will assign you a lane and ensure you are prepared to enter the range. You can purchase ammunition, targets, and eye and ear protection at the check in station.
Yes, we do allow outside ammunition. However, tracer or incendiary rounds of any kind are not allowed. Shotguns must use slugs only.
Our targets are adjustable to your preferred distance. This allows for shooters to practice at various distances to help with ballistics and knowing precise shot placements.
The backstop of our range is capable of stopping high-power rifle fire. We have concrete-filled masonry walls, ballistic shooting stalls, and an industry-leading ventilation system. This range has been designated with safety as the number one priority.
Minors are welcome and are the future of our sport. Youth shooters must be 10 years of age or above, and all shooters under the age of 18 will need a parent or guardian present in order to shoot. Anyone under the age of 21 will need a parent or guardian to shoot a handgun.
Yes, we have designed wheelchair accessible stalls.

General FAQ’s

No. Memberships are non transferable and only usable by the purchasing member.
At this time, only members can make reservations. Lane reservations will be held for 10 minutes. Reservations are subject to availability and not taken on holidays or event weekends.
Yes, private use of cameras is allowed. Keep safety in mind when using a camera on the range.
Shirt, pants, and shoes are required. Due to hot brass we suggest using a hat, and avoiding open-toed shoes, low-cut shirts, shorts and baggy clothing.