I was stationed at Goodfellow back in the 1960's, and I retired in San Angelo. I think San Angelo is a very nice city, and the surrounding area offers alot of good fishing & huntiing opportunities. For the life of me though I can't refer you to a range. I haven't lived there since 1984 .Have you googled for a San Angelo shooting range or club ? Wait a minute. Check out Goodfellow. They used to have a hunting club on base.....
I think you will enjoy San Angelo, and Goodfellow used to be an excellent assignment. San Angelo is big enough to have just about anything you need , but still not a "big town". Pretty conservative area, andvery firearm friendly. Time changes some things, but not so much San Angelo.
You are about 75 miles from Mason County which has the largest whitetail population in Texas. Junction, Menard are also good deer hunting areas. Goodfellow has a private "club" I guess it is called out at Lake Nasworthy- a nice facility with boat rentals, a swimming beach etc.etc
You may not want to leave once you get there. I still miss San Angelo.
When Texas allows OC - San Angelo will be one of the first towns it will be practiced in - I gaaarantee it !
Folks routinely packed handguns in San Angelo long before it was "legal" in other parts of Texas. It just wasn't a big deal. Title 10 46.02 wasn't recognized and sure wasn't enforced. Things may have changed but I doubt it. Things don't change much in San Angelo.