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    Anyone else go there? I've been there 3 times in the past two weeks and it has been nice. No wait and friendly staff. Good price of $10 and no upfront registration fee like the other ranges in the area.

    The only bad thing about this range is that the clips that hold up the targets don't grip well and you have to tape your targets on the clamp so they don't fall off down range.

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    I have thought about going there in the past but haven't yet. Most ranges I have been to require the taping of targets to keep them from falling off down range. Not only that, the tape can be your friend when your on a budget and just want to shoot for fun. I use masking tape to cover the holes so I can use the target a couple of times.

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    Yeah...The tape does come in handy for that. They give you 4 targets to use. Not a bad place though... I decided to check it out because it was just too cold outside a few weeks ago and I was itching to go shooting

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    How long do you get the range for on 10 bucks? I tried looking up the info on their web site but I would have had better luck shooting the wings off a nat with a carnival bb gun at 100 yards

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    They say 2 hours.. But I was there for a little over 3 and no one said anything. If it is slow they won't kick you out, from my experience.



    You check your gun at the front door and they put on a trigger lock that they take off when you get to the range...Then the same process backwards when you leave the range.

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