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Trigger Time, Longmont, Colorado, Gun Shop and Range

Doug_Nightmare

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solus

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here nc
Looks like a very exclusive range!
no...every citizen has $$$ to pay
individual:
Requires one-time initiation fee of $350. Annual pre-payment of monthly dues is available at a rate of $418; a savings of $38 per year.
or
couples:
Requires one-time initiation fee of $600. Annual pre-payment of monthly dues is available at a rate of $715; a savings of $65 per year!.
or
family:
Requires one-time initiation fee of $700. Annual pre-payment of monthly dues is available at a rate of $825; a savings of $75 per year over the monthly rate!

nawll, not expensive in the least...🤔
 

Burt57

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no...every citizen has $$$ to pay
individual:
Requires one-time initiation fee of $350. Annual pre-payment of monthly dues is available at a rate of $418; a savings of $38 per year.
or
couples:
Requires one-time initiation fee of $600. Annual pre-payment of monthly dues is available at a rate of $715; a savings of $65 per year!.
or
family:
Requires one-time initiation fee of $700. Annual pre-payment of monthly dues is available at a rate of $825; a savings of $75 per year over the monthly rate!

nawll, not expensive in the least...🤔
I see. The fees are close to the fees of our local range here.
 

Firearms Iinstuctor

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northern wis
To avoid such fees one just has to buy an appropriate property hire equipment build a back stop, pay the property taxes every year and any other expensies related to owning that property.

Than you get to shoot for free any time you want.
 

Ghost1958

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Kentucky
To avoid such fees one just has to buy an appropriate property hire equipment build a back stop, pay the property taxes every year and any other expensies related to owning that property.

Than you get to shoot for free any time you want.
Just live on property with hills and wallah there's your backstop.
 

Firearms Iinstuctor

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I think that you missed the sarcasm.

FI has not licensed a shooting range in his Wisconsin County.
Don't need to have license for a private range where I live in Wis. And if built before July of 2013 one has all kinds of protections. Mine were all established well before that date.

 
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OC for ME

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White Oak Plantation
I use deer as a back stop August through December in SC. I have a suitable 100 yard range on my farm when deer are not in season. Though, feral hogs are always in season... hogs are a better back stop.
 
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