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g19jk
06-01-2012, 2:57 PM
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RUSSIAN
06-01-2012, 3:03 PM
I know Livermore allows minors, but I don't know the details

http://lprg.org/

ayo415
06-01-2012, 3:08 PM
Jackson Arms in South San Francisco allows minors 12 and up with an adult

gm412
06-01-2012, 3:17 PM
I asked Reeds if I could bring my 9 year old daughter and they said yes. I think the rifle ranges allow young minors to. The Los Altos gun club allows kids but they must be by your side at all times.

Budd
06-01-2012, 3:22 PM
I know up there is different than down here - but locally the indoor ranges mostly specify they are tall enough to shoot over the bench and not under it. At the outdoor range - at least Angeles - my 5 yo daughter at the time was allowed to shoot my leveraction with no problems or questions asked.

Just call and ask where you want to go. Easy enough.

NorCal1911Fan
06-01-2012, 8:18 PM
I took my little brother shooting to Castro Valley Gun Club and was no issue also took him to the gun range off Davis in San leandro area. He was around 12 the first time I took him.

drkphibr
06-01-2012, 8:52 PM
Haven't had any issues at any of the following:


Castro valley (pistol/rifle) outdoors
San Leandro (pistol/rifle) indoors or outdoors
Target Masters (pistol/rifle) - wouldn't recommend this for a group as the indoor lanes are tight
Livermore (pistol/rifle) outdoors

glock 357
06-01-2012, 8:55 PM
I wanted to take my friend's children shooting (both under 18). I have the parents' permission, but the parents will not be physically present. Do any ranges in the area allow minors to shoot handguns as long as they are in the presence of a >21 yr old gun owner?

NOPE! has to be immediate family member mom or dad present. Why not just bring the parent[s] along?

Turbinator
06-01-2012, 8:59 PM
NOPE! has to be immediate family member mom or dad present. Why not just bring the parent[s] along?

All Bay Area ranges have this rule, or just some?

Turby

Mr. Gillious
06-01-2012, 9:05 PM
bring them to los altos range. they will like shooting bottles filled with water at 40 yards. I always see boy scouts there on saturdays having a "blast"

glock 357
06-01-2012, 9:09 PM
Actually I may be wrong but there's still some limitation based on age for Target Masters (as shown on their website):
16- to 18-year-olds Must have a Minors Permission Slip completed by their legal guardian(s)
Under 16 Must be with Parent(s) or Legal guardian(s).

REEDS Range
Question Form: #2. Are you under 21 years of age? If yes, you must shoot with a parent or legal guardian. as scene here: http://www.reedsindoorrange.com/rangerules.pdf

Coyote clays
Persons under 18 must be escorted by an adult AND have their Release Form signed by a
Parent or Legal Guardian. Parent fills out all yellow fields with their own info, child's name only goes in the last paragraph under "LEGAL GUARDIAN'S CONSENT &ACKNOWLEDGEMENT"

db42
06-01-2012, 9:18 PM
Take them to the USI range in Concord.
There's kids there often, and I've never heard them interrogate anyone over whether or not they are the kid's parents.

Inkman
06-01-2012, 9:30 PM
I used to take my son and his friends shooting handguns when they were much younger at USI. Never a problem.

Al

Domingo
06-02-2012, 7:28 AM
USI they even have a program for kids every other
week. If you want to bring them over Sunday morning
at 9am they have the hole MP range for them great place for
kids

jakuda
06-02-2012, 4:19 PM
Coyote Point in Burlingame/San Mateo