Do you pay yearly dues to a range?
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January 5th, 2008 02:21 AM
Do you pay yearly dues to a range?
I pay $50 a year to a range that is about 30 miles from my house. It has 2 25 yard bays with 5 lanes in each bay and a large 100 yard bay.
If you are a member of a range what do you pay yearly?
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January 5th, 2008 02:26 AM
60 a year for a family membership. It has a covered 100 yard range, covered 200 range and a separate covered pistol range.
100 yarder has 15 tables. Actually one can shoot a gong at the top of the hill that is 180 yards.
We have concrete walkways at 7,15,25,and 50.
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January 5th, 2008 02:32 AM
I pay $150 a year for an indoor range. Unlimited use, no time limit on lane and guest pay half price. Also includes discount on ammo, holsters, etc. I go there often so the yearly fee pays for itself after a dozen visits.
January 5th, 2008 02:36 AM
$140/yr. 'Gold' level member at the Smith & Wesson Shooting Sports Center.
I'll soon be going into my third yr. renewal.
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January 5th, 2008 02:46 AM
$20 a year. Two 25 yard pistol ranges, 200 yard rifle range, and trap and skeet leagues.
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January 5th, 2008 02:47 AM
Nice indoor range with pop up steel reactive targets, nice clean lanes that are well lit. Gun rentals including M-16, MP5, UZI, AK-47, G18, UMP, and other automatics Relaxed workers who dont mind me picking up my brass. I can go everyday for and hour, and bring 2 people with me for free, but we have to share a lane if it's busy. They have classes for SD shooting and CCW permits.
Heres the link to their site.
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January 5th, 2008 02:51 AM
I pay zero. I hate organized ranges and their "cease fire" announcements. Thank God I live in Arizona where we can still go out in the country and fire at will. My favorite spot has everything from .22 plinkers, to trap shooters, to full blown Class III guys out there. Never one problem, and I don't have to put up with the "range monkeys" yelling at me about wearing a holster!
January 5th, 2008 02:53 AM
$45 for a family membership, $3 every time I shoot, which is anytime I feel like going since I have a key. Oh, did I mention it's six blocks from my house? Indoors with three 50' (not yard) ranges. The only problem is it's only heated intermittently in the winter. Other than that, it's a tough deal to beat let me tell you!
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January 5th, 2008 03:14 AM
I shoot at the range for free.
January 5th, 2008 03:35 AM
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!
January 5th, 2008 03:36 AM
January 5th, 2008 05:33 AM
I've been a member of a conservation club (Located about seven miles from my home.) that has an informal handgun and rifle range since 1993. During that time my annual renewal dues have increased from $12.00-$50,00.
The latest increase was $10.00, and is intended to help pay for legal expenses due to a frivolous lawsuit brought against the club by a disgruntled group of spoiled urbanites who decided to build their rural dwellings near a chartered non-profit club that has existed for at least seventy years.
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January 5th, 2008 05:34 AM
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January 5th, 2008 05:59 AM
It's all about supply and demand.
I prefer to pay by the hour, even though for a year at different ranges I took the year plan, $200 dollar range which was a break-even if you went roughly twenty times, for the discount off the hourly rate. One place provided extras: a club room, lockers, toilet use, and special lanes where you could fire the only rifles allowed, 22lr, but only allowed brass. The other didn't have little extras but would let me do anything except fire long guns. Newest hourly range allows SG, limited carbines, and rapid fire at any distance, but is quite a travel to a not so safe area.
Hate ranges, and will someday buy a piece of property that will allow for hunting and shooting at my pleasure.
January 5th, 2008 07:49 AM
I can't vote because I don't pay to shoot my own ammo in my own guns. I live in the country so my backyard is my range, thank the Good Lord!!
The brand new state of the art range down in the city is 200 per year but this includes your entire family.
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