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Thread: Holster Carry While @ Indoor Gun Range

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    Just wanted to throw out the question if any places allow it... As well as why they would not.

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    You would have to contact the range in question. I'm sure the rules vary from location to location.
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    Here is CT I've beento a few different ranges and they are OK with the holster carry as long as you DO NOT un-holster until you're at the firing line or durring a Cease Fire.

    But as stated above it's always best to ask.




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    Ranges here post "Firearms must be secured in a case or holster"

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    My range requires us to carry unloaded in a case, bag or holster while in the shop. Ok to use a holster on the range, but no quick draw practice without permission, and no cross-draw or shoulder rigs on the range unless specifically arranged ahead of time.

    He said he has had some issues with poor muzzle control, hence the rule was made.

    Can't say I like it much, they don't either, but they enforce is consistently and professionally, so it is what it is.

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    I've frequented three ranges out here in Washington State and I believe they all allow holstered carry. I carried into the last one on Saturday.

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