Not new here where I shoot.
They have required "qualification" for years. Those who do not pass the qualification are required to shoot only when under the supervision of a Range Master. Those that do get to shoot during any daylight hours and get a key to the gate. May not be "indoors" but at least the range is enclosed on three sides shielding everyone from wind, rain, etc.
I used to shoot a lot at Sams in So Everett and it was amazing how much damage the beginners (or show-off's) did to the equipment. Some couldn't hit the paper at 20 feet but could always manage to hit the target holders and lights that were concealed behind armor plate. Go figure.
(BTW, some of the worst offenders were LEO's who went there to practice)