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tucojuanramirez
06-05-2012, 16:41
in my town 12 $ for 45 minutes... too much?

GLOCK17DB9
06-05-2012, 16:49
not bad! i pay $10 for 30 minutes.:wavey:

jb1911
06-05-2012, 16:51
NW Indiana - ~ $10 to $15 per hour

DWARREN123
06-05-2012, 16:56
The ones I use, indoor is $20 per year and $10 per hour. Outdoor is $6.50 per 2 hours with 2 free targets.

uzimon
06-05-2012, 17:02
pasadena tx has a couple ranges last time i went it was under $10 no time limit.
a new shooting club in houston is opening up reportedly wants $5k to join:whistling: vip entrance included:rofl:

Clay1
06-05-2012, 17:14
My indoor club with a new rubber back stop, newly added ladies rest room, two new furnaces (it is Wis) the total cost per year, 24/7 access is $35. Next year we voted on increasing the dues to $50 and some people complained. You can't please everyone. Now the new Gander Mtn in the big city close by is $25 and hour for access to the state of the art range where you can't work from the holster and you can't do this and you can't do that. Bottom line is that you can't train there.

FL Airedale
06-05-2012, 17:23
In Ocala, Florida, $14 per hour. You can join and shoot all you want for $179 a year. It's a modern, indoor, well ventilated range with bulletproof glass between the lanes.

There is also a free outdoor range in the national forest but I prefer the shorter drive, safer conditions, and comfort of the private range.

motorcyclist
06-05-2012, 17:31
We have a indoor range/gun store that's $20 a hour if you shoot your own ammo, cheaper if you buy theirs. South Carolina department of natural resourses (DNR) runs rifle/pistol/shotgun ranges all over the State and they're free to residents. I have a nice one a half hour drive away.

JaPes
06-05-2012, 17:45
I live in NW Illinois, in one of the Chicago/Cook County collar counties. Indoor ranges cost $20 per hour. Outdoor ranges are seemingly non existent.

Gregg702
06-05-2012, 17:48
$7-$20, no time limits.

Glockworks
06-05-2012, 17:55
In my town, our 1 indoor range (5 lanes), it is $10 for 1 hour for 1 person, $18 for 2 people if they share the lane.

Kustom_efekt
06-05-2012, 18:10
$10 for as long as you like. 25 yard pistol range, skeet range, 100 yard rifle

plouffedaddy
06-05-2012, 18:14
Here in SC, there are public ranges at all the state parks---free to use for all residents!

firefighter4215
06-05-2012, 18:17
Indoor range near me is $9/30 minutes, $11/hour.

ZombieJoe
06-05-2012, 18:22
Wow, some of these prices are CRAZY!!!

I have paid any where from $7 to $20, never with a time limit. When I shoot trap/skeet it cost $6 per round (25 shoots each). Half off it your a member.

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raven11
06-05-2012, 18:23
$10 for the el-cheapo indoor range or outdoor range

$18 for the computerized and filtered indoor range

jb1911
06-05-2012, 18:27
I live in NW Illinois, in one of the Chicago/Cook County collar counties. Indoor ranges cost $20 per hour. Outdoor ranges are seemingly non existent.

Crook County is in NE ILL.

Metal Angel
06-05-2012, 18:39
The one I go to is $5 a day, open sun up to sun down. You can pay $25 for a annual pass, or $40 for an annual pass that's good for you, your spouse, and any of your kids under 18. They have about 10 ranges with 10-15 benches per range. Archery range, a couple shotgun ranges, rimfire range, pistol range with 25 yard steel targets, a few rifle ranges including a 200yard range, and a few all inclusive ranges. Range rules only include the standard safety rules, like no handling guns when someone is down range setting up a target, etc... There is a one shot per second rule, but it's not enforced by the range officers. I think it's just in place so they can have an excuse to kick dousche bags off the range. Oh, and you can't use your own steel targets... But that's a rule I appreciate. I have seen YouTube videos of people shooting home made steel targets :nailbiting:

Also we have a 24/7 indoor range for $50 a year which includes spouse and kids under 18... But I haven't joined because I prefer outdoor ranges. Maybe I'll join next winter if it gets rainy. Even the outdoor range has awnings over the benches though...

ColdSteelNail
06-05-2012, 18:45
I have a membership at an indoor range. It costs $225 per year for my wife and me. No time limits and it's rare that all lanes are in use.

freedom790
06-05-2012, 19:00
No hourly fees here, its $75 per year. We have 16 pistol/shotgun/rifle bays out to 100yds each, and a rifle range with hills every 100yds out to 700 with steel at 600.

michael e
06-05-2012, 19:05
One is 9 bucks, no time limit, 1 target included. I perfer this place since range office talks to me for couple of mins while I unpack and then says have fun and leaves me alone. Last week I was only one there, he swept all the brass by my bag and said he was going up front.
Other is 10 , no time limit, 1 target included.
Most others around me charge per person and per gun, I do not visit them unless I want to shoot my hunting rifles. I can't stand a per gun fee, I am going to shoot the same amount if I take 5 or 10 guns.

countrygun
06-05-2012, 19:13
My indoor club with a new rubber back stop, newly added ladies rest room, two new furnaces (it is Wis) the total cost per year, 24/7 access is $35. Next year we voted on increasing the dues to $50 and some people complained. You can't please everyone. Now the new Gander Mtn in the big city close by is $25 and hour for access to the state of the art range where you can't work from the holster and you can't do this and you can't do that. Bottom line is that you can't train there.


We don't have ranges around here with all the other places we have to shoot, but given the rain, I would pay $50 a year to have the indoor option in a heart beat.:shocked:

oldsoldier
06-05-2012, 19:31
I pay $100 per year for 24/7 access. The range is on 80 acres and has 50 yard pistol and rimfire, 200yd rifle, 3 skeet and 2 trap ranges. Theres a nice building with male/female restrooms, coke machines, tables, etc. It also has a covered BBQ area. It's very well kept but for some reason there are many days when I'm the only one there.

Wurger
06-05-2012, 20:23
$80 a year. Excellent indor pistol range, indoor .22 target range, indoor archery range, 25/50/100/200 outdoor covered shooting positions pistol/rifle range, outdoor pistol range (action type, 4 bays with falling plates), outdoor pistol range (target stands type) with 25 and 50 yrd positions, outdoor competition rifle range 100yard. All of this with no range officers and unless there is an event there is no limit on number of visits.

Real....real....real happy with our range.

ReyFufuRulesAll
06-05-2012, 20:27
Wisconsin here

$5 per day, $30 per year, or $50 for a family pass

Dawn till dusk, open every day regardless of weather

Bring your own everything

No rangemaster.

Angry Fist
06-05-2012, 20:33
About $20 an hour. Like $13 for the first half hour.

RHVEtte
06-05-2012, 20:48
$6/hr.

Lior
06-05-2012, 21:17
Israel, the Third world: $2 for two hours of air pistol shooting.

mattbg
06-05-2012, 22:20
Portland, OR- $125 per yr club membership, 24/7 access indoor range, and rarely another shooter in the place.

tucojuanramirez
06-06-2012, 00:41
Israel, the Third world: $2 for two hours of air pistol shooting.

wow, very good price!

tucojuanramirez
06-06-2012, 01:18
thank you everybody for the answers!
now i've got an idea on usa prices!

well-being laws in italy for ranges in private ownership :wavey:

FTjoe
06-06-2012, 04:48
the one i use: indoor 25yards with at least 13 lanes (not positive on exact number of lanes but no more than 15). $15 per day. i can shoot as long as i want for the day for $15. i can even leave & get lunch, then return with receipt and get back in line to shoot again.

ponchsox
06-06-2012, 05:02
$100 for an annual pass with no limits

tucojuanramirez
06-06-2012, 06:58
$100 for an annual pass with no limits

100$ for year! usa is a beautiful country, you have got a lot of opportunities.

motorcyclist
06-06-2012, 07:01
Israel, the Third world: $2 for two hours of air pistol shooting.

Air pistol? That's what your backyard is for.

ravenkeeper98
06-06-2012, 07:31
State park in SC $5 for day pass, or $25 for a year pass.

Bren
06-06-2012, 07:38
in my town 12 $ for 45 minutes... too much?

Here? $150 to $300 a year, shoot all you want. Many people just shoot on their own land for free. Indoor ranges are expensive.

faawrenchbndr
06-06-2012, 07:40
A few local indoor ranges are $10 per hour.

An outdoors range, about an 80 minute drive that is free. Room for five
25m lanes, and one 100 m lane with a decent bench.

Lior
06-06-2012, 07:43
Air pistol? That's what your backyard is for.


A backyard cannot compare to an indoor air range in climate, lighting and lack of distraction.