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Old 07-12-2019, 11:49 AM
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The Los Altos Rod and Gun Club is located about 15 miles south of the San Francisco Bay at 14750 Skyline Boulevard in Los Gatos, California, which is a convenient 15-minute drive from historic downtown Saratoga up scenic Big Basin Way (State Route 9). The range is includes a 7,15 and 25 yard pistol range, a 50 and 100 yard range, 40 yard tin-can range, manual trap stations and E-Trap field.

You can visit out website for more detailed club information,

http://www.largc.com or http://www.losaltosrodandgunclub.com

Come and visit the one of the most scenic outdoor ranges in California.
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Old 07-13-2019, 2:46 PM
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My fav range in the Bay Area.


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Old 07-17-2019, 11:03 AM
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How are the tin-can ranges used?
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Old 07-18-2019, 12:14 PM
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You bring up aluminum cans and fill them with water from a hose available onsite. Place them out on the range and fire away.

Please check out our website for full details of limitations of targets that can be used.

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My fav range in the Bay Area.


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It is beautiful up there. Extremely well maintained, good folks that work there.
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Old 07-22-2019, 9:33 PM
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Is Brian still rangemaster?
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Old 07-26-2019, 7:34 AM
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Yes, he is.

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Great place, great people....

I've been going for a few years with friends, and brought my 12 year old last year for his first time... (the 7 year old is looking forward to earning his safety card)

Being his first time, after he passed the safety test and got his range card, the kind folks at check in gave him a coupon to redeem for a free snack at the end of his day..

We love that the Range Masters are on top off safety... and just as personable.

My wife had a great time mixing between the pistol and the 40 yard range, and seeing how the personnel managed the range and the safety, gave her a sense of ease knowing that we bring our kids there...

Last trip, we got my son's Remington 597 sighted in at the 50yd range at the dedicated sighting stations... then he let loose on the 50yd for a couple sessions... he was doing well hitting the paper, but his clear favorite is 40 yard tin can range...
bring some soup cans, etc... his favorite is the 1 gallon Que Bueno nacho cheese cans from Costco... (and we get some nachos out of it)...

he does well with his rifle, p22 and Mossberg 20 gauge and gets to watch the cans fly around..

And yeah... its outdoor.. and its beautiful.. Looking forward to the next trip...
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Yes, he is.

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Brian is a great asset to the range he is a great people person that is all about teaching and learning with out all the BS yelling and put down I see at other ranges.

check them out when I go I make a day of it.
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This place is about the only reason that I regret moving from Santa Cruz back to the country. Closer than Laguna Seca, and much more open and varied. Now that I've moved closer to Salinas, I don't get to LAGC much anymore. If you haven't been, definitely check it out.
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Can I bring steel targets out to your range?


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Definitely my favorite range in SF Bay Area. Nice staff and beautiful location. I appreciate the you guys are so on top of safety.
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Easily my #1 outdoor choice in Norcal. Match it with Reed's for indoor shooting.
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Great place, beautiful setting. They have it all: pistol, rifle, tin can range, manual trap. Pay one price, bring lots of guns, shoot all day. You gotta love that. Both my kids learned to shoot here, staff was very nice to them and gave each a coupon for free ice cream. The trap range in particular is very scenic and looks out over a wooded valley, much nicer than most trap ranges.
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They have steel targets on all 25 and 100 yards. You can always bring yours if you are working on something different. I used to bring 6 inch plate to replace the BC zone on 25 yards & stand for BC to put on 50 & 75 for handgun.
Best range & coolest folks that side of the world.
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They have steel targets on all 25 and 100 yards. You can always bring yours if you are working on something different. I used to bring 6 inch plate to replace the BC zone on 25 yards & stand for BC to put on 50 & 75 for handgun.
Best range & coolest folks that side of the world.


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