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1911 in 916
08-24-2007, 10:55 PM
I'm just wondering what indoor/ outdoor ranges are charging you to shoot these days.
The indoor range near me charges 12 bucks. No time limit. Is open 10am to 10 pm everyday. I do all my hand gun shooting here.
The outdoor range charges 12 bucks plus a 3 dollars EPA fee. No time limit. Is open 8-5 everyday but mondays. The rifle only goes out to 300 yards. So pretty I only shoot .223 here.

bear308
08-24-2007, 11:43 PM
what the hell is an EPA fee?

We charge 18 for the first shooter 9 for everyone after that. Per lane, no time limit.

1911 in 916
08-24-2007, 11:57 PM
what the hell is an EPA fee?

We charge 18 for the first shooter 9 for everyone after that. Per lane, no time limit.

EPA= Environment Protection Agency.

There use to the a Target Masters by me. They did 10 bucks first peron, then 5 bucks the next. They were also open on friday and saturday till 12. And ladies shot for free on friday with one paying shooter. Or they got a free gun rental. It was good till some thugs decided to break in and stole alot of firearms. They couldn't get the insurance renewed. I was told it might of been a inside job.

Gshock
08-25-2007, 12:37 AM
I usually shoot at Circle S Ranch, $10.00 no time limit, outdoor, pistol targets to 25 yards, rifle targets at 50, 100, 200, 300 yards,
and a throw your own clay shotgun range (steel shot only)

Vepr62
08-25-2007, 8:00 AM
$15 at Cordova shooting center, pistol ang 100 yards rifle.
$10 at Sac. Valley, pistol and rifle. Public rifle range goes up to 300 yards.
Vasiliy

tjcoker
08-25-2007, 1:48 PM
$180 per year at my favorite gun club range, West End Gun Club near Lyttle Creek.

I much prefer my gun clubs outdoors range as I like to shoot and scoot, along with walking in tandem with partners of mine from my work.

Roo
08-25-2007, 4:48 PM
Burro Canyon I pay $200 a year for unlimited shooting any day they are open and I get to bring a second shooter for free. I also get to use a private range for free if they are available.

metalhead357
08-25-2007, 5:56 PM
NFS and BLM are FREE;)

But my club is $50/year...add $100 unless you want to do 2 "work days" for the club....My times unfortunately worth more than that per hour. Guest fees $5
Outdoor range, pistol outdoor, & trap has pretty limited hours with pansey neighbors; but the indoor range is open 24/7 360 of 365 days a year:D just no rifles unless .22 or pellet:(

But pretty exclusive club; only 400 or so members and a "short wait' list if ya' know someone of 2 years...about 4 if ya' dont. They sayyyyyy they dont like to keep themselves a secret....but they mostly do...even hard to find in the WHITE pages....no yellow page!

RudyN
08-25-2007, 8:39 PM
My local outdoor range charges $14.00 for all day, howver there is a senior rate for $7.00. Rifle out to 100 yds. and pistol to 25 yds I think. there is a 200 yd range available one weekend a month. This is a County run range which is open Wednesday through Sunday. Indoor is a private range which you do not have to join. It is for pistols and shotguns also I believe. The cost of $16.00 per hour and $20.00 per hour for two people in the same shooting bay and it is open 7 days a week.

stangman86gt
08-26-2007, 9:19 AM
lets see the two that are around me are both free, and if you only have a shotgun you can go almost anywhere and just start shooting clays =)

I guess living out in the middle of no where has some advantages

mike

RollingCode3
08-29-2007, 6:49 AM
i paid 75 bucks for the yearly membership at the firing line.