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Old 01-31-2013, 5:00 PM
Aesir Aesir is offline
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Default On Target vs Firing Line

What are the pros/cons of considering a membership at one of these ranges versus the other? I could make a case for joining either one based on my location, but curious if I'm missing something.

Price (Firing Line Wins)
  • On Target: $225 initial year / $175 renewal
  • Firing Line: $150 initial year / $125 renewal

Benefits (Tie)
  • On Target: Free Range Time, Free Rentals
  • Firing Line: Free Range Time, Free Rentals

Discounts (Depends)
  • On Target: Guests half price or $4 (Nice benefit), 5% discount on retail (not including firearms or targets), 10% discount on consigning a firearm sale (I only buy guns, so this is a non-benefit for me)
  • Firing Line: 10% off Cal-Ammo reloads

Other (On Target Wins)
  • On Target: Ability to shoot rifles (after obtaining permit to do so), better ventilation than competition
  • Firing Line: ??

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