FsN-Friendly Ranges

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Re: FsN-Friendly Ranges

Post by Bmac » 03 Mar 2012, 17:31

Charlotte area... 25 yd indoor range. Also rent FN 57 and PS90s.

Eagle Guns
http://www.eaglegun.com/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

3789 Roberta Church Road SW
Concord, North Carolina 28027-9011

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Re: FsN-Friendly Ranges

Post by Niggam » 06 Mar 2012, 16:23

Indiana:

Applied Ballistics Systems, Inc.
Lafayette
Indoor, multiple bays, many lanes
Sells 197 and 195
Armorer (Dan) carries a FsN
http://www.appliedballisticssystems.com/Home.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Phone: (765) 838-0700
Fax: (765) 446-2346
eMail: Applied_Ballistics@msn.com
3217 Olympia Drive
Lafayette, IN 47909

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Re: FsN-Friendly Ranges

Post by Bax » 06 Mar 2012, 19:11

Utah
Get Some Guns and Ammo
6651 South State Street Murray, UT 84107
(801) 562-1222

Heck, you can shoot a 50 BMG in their indoor range!

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Re: FsN-Friendly Ranges

Post by TEBO » 17 Apr 2012, 11:53

Physical Location
Clark County Gun Club range operation are conveniently located at
820 SE 192nd Avenue
Vancouver, Wa. 89684

Contact Numbers
Phone
(360) 326-8341
Phone
(503) 488-5955
FAX
(360) 326-8638

Email
Sales@EnglishPit.com

Ranges
The modest size of ranges managed by Clark County Gun Club allows us to more easily focus on creating a safe and enjoyable shooting range and to configure the range for different uses. Our ranges currently include:

100 Yard Rifle Range
50 Yard Rifle Range
25 Yard Rifle Range
50 Yard 22 rimfire range
25 Yard Pistol Range

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Re: FsN-Friendly Ranges

Post by 1tonyj » 17 Apr 2012, 13:36

This is BluCore in the Denver Metro. http://www.blucoreshootingcenter.com/index.htm" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

I just bought my gun a couple of days ago and shot it for the first time here the other day with a co-worker that had a gift card. It was actually my first time going to this range as well; pleasant experience and friendly staff. As a bonus, it seems the guys that own it are former Military as well.

I am also a member of the Colorado Rifle Club and you're allowed to shoot the 5.7 there too. If you're in the Denver area, you need to have a membership, but it's a bit of a trek out to the Club; it's located in Byers, CO.

Per their website:

The BluCore Shooting Center is owned and operated by former members of Americas most elite combat forces. All BluCore Team members are combat proven veterans from military SPEC-OPS backgrounds. Specifically, Navy SEALs, Navy EOD and other Special Operations forces.

Our Address: Near the corner of Jewell & Wadsworth 7860 West Jewell Avenue Lakewood CO, 80232
Our Phone: (303) 988-5587
Our Email: info@blucoreshootingcenter.com
Hours of Operation
MONDAY - FRIDAY: 10 am - 8 pm
SATURDAY: 9 am - 8 pm
SUNDAY: 9 am - 7 pm

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Re: FsN-Friendly Ranges

Post by EvoLee » 20 Apr 2012, 10:23

Finally, an indoor range in central VA that not only allows you to shoot a Five-seveN, but they also rent them for $15 per hour. You can bring your own ammo or buy theirs (I wanna say they wanted $30 a box for the ss197).

It's a brand new facility with 32 25-yd ranges, a full service gunsmith on site, gun and ammo sales and apparel. My cousin and I went last week and it is a top notch place. The staff is on the young side, so their expertise may be questionable. They are friendly, though. If I lived 20 miles closer I'd definitely consider a membership. I will visit from time to time to shoot the fn.


COLONIAL SHOOTING ACADEMY. http://www.colonialshooting.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Hours:
Monday - Saturday: 9:00am - 9:00pm
Sunday: 9:00am - 6:00pm

Phone: 804-303-7534
Address: 6020 West Broad Street • Richmond, VA 23230

 

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Re: FsN-Friendly Ranges

Post by Lobo » 20 Apr 2012, 19:42

EvoLee @ wow! talk about perfect timing, I'll be down there next month. I'll have to hit it once or twice.......

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Re: FsN-Friendly Ranges

Post by EvoLee » 23 Apr 2012, 06:07

Lobo, the place is nice and shiny new, but be prepared to have to sit through a 15-20 minute safety video (we even got quizzed afterwards, kinda lame) and they weren't really prepared for the opening week crowds as it ended up taking us almost 45 minutes to get registered, watch the vid and get quizzed before being allowed onto the range.

Just a heads-up so you can plan accordingly. Be prepared to possibly spend an extra hour prior to shooting. As of last week the gun cleaning service was still not open and I'd say 1/2 of the store shelves were still empty, but the gun cases were relatively full even though their prices are on the steep side. Plenty of different guns available to rent and paper targets run from 75 cents for small ones to $1.25 for large silhouettes. We didn't really look into ammo prices because we brought our own.

I think I'm going back this week to shoot my Five-seveN again and my Kel Tec Sub2000.

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Re: FsN-Friendly Ranges

Post by Lobo » 23 Apr 2012, 17:47

well, I'll keep that in mind, it's more of a "I can't wait to get home to shoot" thing.......or I might have to show off the 5.7 (not sure if I will take her by air, don't want those nasty TSA guys touching her :lmao: )

so for me, it would be renting....but still thanks for the heads up on it....

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Re: FsN-Friendly Ranges

Post by Raveren » 24 Apr 2012, 07:44

Florida:

Hey tparty, here's another one in florida, great range! run by the Wakulla County Sheriffs Office & qualified volunteers:

65 Qualify Lane, Crawfordville, FL 32327 (Fhpa Range)

So anyone in Tallahassee looking for a great outdoor range, and is willing to drive a bit for a great range day, they have: a steel plate range, a 400 yd rifle range, paper target range, etc.

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Re: FsN-Friendly Ranges

Post by Woodengun » 01 May 2012, 11:58

Reed's Indoor Range in Santa Clara, CA

Livermore Pleasanton Rod and Gun Club - outdoor - in Livermore, CA

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Re: FsN-Friendly Ranges

Post by bobapunk » 02 May 2012, 05:17

For some reason this never made it into the OP so I will repost:

American Firearms and Ammo Supply in Peoria, IL has an indoor range. Not only do they allow the 5.7, they will actually rent you one to use!

http://www.americanfirearmsandammo.com/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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Re: FsN-Friendly Ranges

Post by xxxsrcxx » 10 May 2012, 23:52

I saw there were no listings for Wisconsin

Fletcher Arms
1441 East Main Street Waukesha, WI 53186
(262) 549-4488

They actually have a Five Seven available for rent with ammo in stock for anyone that wants to shoot one before spending $1,100.

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Re: FsN-Friendly Ranges

Post by bagabonz » 24 May 2012, 19:38

Been shooting my ODG Wednesday nights at the Fortuna Pistol Club in Fortuna CA. Behind the rodeo grounds and open to the public on Monday and Wednesday nights for 5 bucks.

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Re: FsN-Friendly Ranges

Post by Chughes » 18 Jun 2012, 05:15

Please add TargetMaster in Garland, TX to the list.

Was there yesterday, with two of my daughters. Great way to spend Father's Day. This was actually the first time I have had to shoot the new toy, and WOW! Everything you guys have said is true. This is my new carry gun.

First few shots were a bit low (three dot sights), but quickly adjusted. Shot 100 rounds of SS195, then two mags of red tip Protector. May have been my imagination, but the EA rounds seemed both hotter and more accurate.

Looking forward to having more fun with this sucker. Thanks.

Chris in TX

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Re: FsN-Friendly Ranges

Post by fooschnickens » 18 Jun 2012, 19:19

Big Woods Goods in Canton GA is g2g. They also have a pretty nice selection of FN gear there.

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Re: FsN-Friendly Ranges

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Post by fooschnickens » 19 Jun 2012, 14:00

Haha I love that episode.

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Re: FsN-Friendly Ranges

Post by taseal » 20 Jun 2012, 04:37

Palm Beach Shooting Center - Lake Worth

they also have a FsN that you can rent!

http://palmbeachshootingcenter.com/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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Re: FsN-Friendly Ranges

Post by inconelx » 26 Jun 2012, 22:52

Saddle creek range in polk county Florida
50 yards outdoor, and you can shoot anything up to .50bmg, possibly larger if bob approves.

cost is $5, paper targets only, and no rapid fire or drawing is allowed.

http://www.ledgerdata.com/guide_to_polk ... ampground/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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