This is a discussion on Gander Mountain indoor range call for reviews... within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by Rob99VMI04 When was the last time you were at the NRA Range? It has been redone in the past year. New Floor, ...
Bandrich, I tried to send you a pm but nothing indicates that you received it.
Establishing indoor ranges in the U.S. is what we do. Action Target, Meggitt and the other range manufacturers refer business to us when they get inquiries like yours...folks who need assistance getting from concept to cash register. We provide and coordinate the solutions involved in range construction... planning, design, permitting & zoning, budgeting, and construction administration (and more).
Our approach facilitated the following on The Range at Lake Norman:
1) two dozen $10,000 equity memberships were sold prior to grand opening in October last year, and another 10 during the first month of business (in my 16+ years in commercial real estate I've never been involved in a project where the owners cash equity was returned anywhere near that quickly),
2) we can recommend some tricks of the commercial real estate trade that are not being used by range owners anywhere that we are aware of. You'll have the opportunity to save considerably if the gun range and store are set-up right, and lastly
3) our newly constructed building was completed in less than 7 1/2 months.
One good way of looking at it is to say that you are the composer and Range Development Services is the conductor / mistro. Our job is to make sure that everyone does their job so that your vision becomes reality!
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I had two friends take their Wisconsin required CC training at Gander Mountain this past weekend. The course was 6 hours and had live fire on their indoor range.
Wisconsin only requires 4 hours and no live fire. The cost of the training was 99.00 the average of a 4 hour no firing course around here is 80-125.
Both felt that the required Information was covered well and question answered. They got a good size book on CC and nice Gander mountain folder as part of the deal. They really enjoyed the live fire and felt the instructors knew what they were doing.
Both said they would be using the range again.
From what I saw they got their moneys worth out of it.
I'm actually one of the instructors at the Madison location so if you have any questions let me know. I'd be happy to answer. Thank you for all the kind words.
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Gander Mountain in Deforest(MADISON) .
The indoor range they have allows them to offer an excellent permit class . The 6 hour class requires you shoot on the range. Because they want to get you in the range the price for the 6 hour class is cheap compared to many 4 hour ones with no live fire. 99 dollars for a good CC course hard to beat.
The range is great heck this is all new stuff ,seems to be well run. The Deforest store is busy and the cost is a bit higher than many older indoor ranges in Milwaukee.
I have all the room in the world to shoot at home, however I could see going there a few times in winter. I did notice that if you buy ammo there you need to beware some of it is over priced .
The range is great I have recommend the 6 hour class to many and will continue to do so. It is in our best interest to support places like Gander and encourage others to try range shooting.
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