Q: Can I reserve a lane in advance?
The ranges operates off of a first come, first serve policy. You cannot call and reserve a lane in advance unless you have a range membership.
Range members can reserve a lane up to 72 hours in advance. Same day reservations are not permitted.
Q: What kind of ammo can I use at the range?
Steel case, steel core, green tip, hollow points, and reloads ARE permitted for use on the range. Flammable ammo (incendiary, tracer, SLAP) ammo is NOT permitted for use on the range.
Shotguns must use 00 Buckshot or Slug ammo only. Birdshot of any size is not permitted.
Limitations for each range are as follows:
25 yard range – all pistol calibers, rifle up to .300 Win Mag, 00 Buck or Slug (shotgun)
15 yard range – pistol calibers only up to .500 S&W
100 yard range – up to .50 BMG
You must be 18 or older to purchase rifle or shotgun ammunition and 21 or older to purchase handgun ammunition. Always make sure to use the correct ammunition for your specific firearms. Check your local laws for any other regulations.
Q: Do you have rental guns available?
Firearms are available for rent at the range. You can exchange between rentals free of charge as long as they are of the same class and caliber (ie 9mm handguns). Premium rentals may NOT be exchanged with the exception of the Staccatos. Do NOT adjust the optics that may be attached to the weapon as they are zeroed by our range staff. You MUST use ammo purchased from the range in our rental firearms, no exceptions. All rental firearms must be checked by the RSO on the range prior to returning the firearm to the range counter. You MUST be 21 or older to rent a handgun and 18 or older to rent a rifle or shotgun. Non-US citizens or permanent residents must possess a valid hunting license to rent firearms unless accompanied by a US citizen 21 years of age or older.
Q: Can I bring my own firearm to the range?
Personal firearms are welcome at the range. Please ensure that weapons are brought into the range in a holster, box, bag, or case. Please see “Ammunition Types” for ammo that is allowed to be used at the range.
Personal rifles must have either iron sights (both front and rear) or an optic.
AR/AK pistols or pistol caliber carbines (PCCs) must have a brace installed.
No pistol grip only shotguns are allowed at our range. All shotguns must be shoulder fired.
Lasers must be zeroed. If your laser is not zeroed properly, it is not to be used as your primary sighting system.
Firing from the hip is not permitted.
Q: Can my child shoot at the range?
Children/minors are welcome at the range. The minimum height requirement for using the range for minors is 48” (4 feet).
Minors MUST be accompanied by their LEGAL GUARDIAN.
Minors cannot be left unattended out on the range or in the lobby.
If children/minors are misbehaving, they will be asked to vacate the range (this is at the RSO’s discretion).
Q: What should I wear to the range?
PROPER RANGE ATTIRE
Recommended, but not required, are the following:
Closed toed shoes
No open top/plunging necklines