Do you pay yearly dues to a range?

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    Gotta love that midwest!

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    Originally Posted by AZ Husker
    How many of you guys are allowed to carry concealed, and draw from that position in a realistic situation? Very few "for profit" ranges allow that!
    No problem at my range!!!
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    I pay $160 a year for my membership. The range I shoot at regularly, Pelham Fish and Game, is a private club for members only. You are allowed to bring one guest on each full member card. The range has trap ranges, sillouette, turning target, an indoor rimfire range, 100 yard utility range, 4 (soon to be 8) action ranges (2 50 yard, 2 25 yard where you can shoot anything and everything as long as you shoot into the backstop.. yes, class 3 if you have the paperwork), an almost complete 600 yard rifle range, and an archery setup. IDPA, SASS, trap league, Class 3 shoots... it's all in one place for me.

    Great place to go and shoot and worth every single penny.
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    Pay $50 per year. $5 bucks extra a night to use the indoor facility w/pro shooters supervising and giving free lessons/advice.
    NO RENTALS unfortunately. Other members are however pretty good at "borrowing" their guns to try.

    Got a combonation to the outdoor range to use anytime the weather/season allows.

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    I pay $250 for me and $50 for my son. We have an indoor range with 25yd lanes. 2 rifle and 10 pistol.

    You can shoot machine guns, draw from a holster, rapid fire, etc.

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    22.00 a year plus one saturday a year slave labor at the range.
    100 yard max and they provide the targets.
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    Dues for me are $100.00 a year. Skeet, trap, pistol range and rifle range to 350 yards. Of course skeet and trap have a per round cost. Range is open as long as it is daylight seven days a week.

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    Well, I pay a first time up-front fee of $50.00 plus the annual of $30.00 for my range. It happens that I am club president for 2007 and may be replaced this year (???) after re-election but I've enjoyed it.

    Our range mandates you be a NRA member at all times to retain your membership. Our range is ourdoors with a 200 yard rifle and 25 yard handgun range.

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    I'm happy to state that I pay only $25 for a year at our range, with 25/50 yrd pistol, 50/100yrd rifle, and full shotgun ranges. There are numerous active shooters in cowboy action, full auto, trap, skeet, sporting clays, and your usual assortment of rifle and pistol shooters. There are also classes, particularly the CCW required class.

    We also welcome visitors, at $5/day. I have met some of the nicest, most intersesting people imaginable there.
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    We pay $100 a year for a gun club membership.

    I could just shoot out in the backyard, but that would scare my cats.

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    Mine is a $100 a year, i just hope the range is there next year as the district does not want to renew the lease, despite it being the home for our biathlon team training for the 2010 winter Olympics and being the only disabled friendly range around.

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    50 a year outdoor las vegas bigest in the world 09 opens i am at boulder city now

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    $40/year North Berwick Rod and Gun Club, North Berwick Maine.

    100 yd range with targets at 75, 50 and 25 yds.
    Trap range and falling plate shoots every week.

    Tis small, but inexpensive and very close to home.

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    NONE!

    I shoot on ladies night, so it's free!! If my husband and I can steal away on a date, we'll shoot on a Friday night, so he pays, but I as he date, shoot free.

    We will have to join a club for trap at some point though. I'd rather trap shoot and practice outside than shoot at an indoor range, so at some point we'll have club dues again!
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    $50 annually. Range is appx 18 miles from my house.

    Range consists of rifle out to 500 yards in 100 yard incrememnts with rails for placing steel silouhettes, a seperate 100 yard range (CMP, etc.), a cowboy style front street, several 25-100 yard hunter pistol lanes, shorter pistol lanes and a seperate bowling pin area.

    Since it's a private club, we can shoot 24 hours a day (woohoo night shooting!) Our range also allows overnight camping. We have power and a well.

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