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Old 08-21-2008, 08:32 PM   #1
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Hey guys. Another question. For those of you that use shooting ranges or gun clubs: How much do you payto use them?

The closest club to me is $200.00/ year. Concidering that I have been a member there before when dues were only $50.00, and then again when dues were $100.00, it's kinda like sticker shock.

This is a private club though. Members & member's guests only. It really has just about everything a shooter could want, Separate ranges: 35 yd. pistol & rimfire rifle, 50-100yd. rifle, 100-350 or 400yd. (not sure exactly) long range. They have skeet & trap, ($2.00 per round: 25 clays) and if you have a license for it they will let you shoot fully automatic. (suprevised by range officer of course.)
Last time I was a member there was no restrooms. Now there are restrooms & a small club house & the promise of better facilities in the future. The awnings over the firing lines are brand new & made of steel now instead of wood. When you take all this into account plus the fact that it is open daylight to dusk 365 days/year it may not be such a bad deal, if you use it frequently.
What do y'all think?

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Old 08-21-2008, 09:10 PM   #2
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Default these are 2 differnt ranges in my area

Outdoor Rifle & Pistol Range
Daily use pass $7.00 per person – (Two targets are included). Everyone going out to the range must be a paid shooter.

No unpaid spectators are allowed.
Eye and Ear protection is required.
Shooters must be 18 years old or accompanied by an adult.
All stations are covered and handicapped accessible.
Range Hours:

Summer Hours
Monday - Saturday 9-6
Sunday 10-5

Winter Hours (Effective January-April)
Monday - Friday 11-4
Saturday 9-6
Sunday 10-5





Outdoor Range Facts :

30 Shooting Stations at 100 YARDS
12 Shooting Stations at 30 YARDS
6 Shooting Stations at 7 YARDS
6 Shooting Stations at 15 YARDS

Annual Range Passes are available for $100.00 for individuals and $140.00 for families (3 shooters). This pass entitles you to a $1.00 discount on skeet field rounds and unlimited use of our rifle and pistol ranges.





1096 N. Center Road
Burton, MI 48509
810-715-2000
Email: AdvancedRanges@aol.com



Providing a safe, clean, climate controlled, indoor public shooting range
in a family setting that allows shooters of all ages a place to gather.


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MEMBERSHIP RATES

PRE OPENING SPECIAL
$325 per year
Adult Membership are $375.00 per year based on 365 days

Husband/Wife team $400.00 per year

Family of 4 is $500.00 Children must be under 18.

Lifetime membership $2500.00 PLUS $50.00 per year renewal.

Certified Police Officers $225.00


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Memberships include unlimited use for all ranges.

2 Free Guest Passes

Members Baseball Hat

5% Off on all Pro/ Shop Purchases.

10% Off All Classes

Monthly Newsletter


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RANGE RATES
The range rates are as follows:

Pistol Range is $14.00 per hour/$8.00 per 1/2 hour.

Owner supplied ammunition.



3D Archery $4.00 per round 5 targets

Standard archery Range $5.00 per hour

Air Rifle Range $5.00 Per hour

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My Club is member maintained. Combined 25/50/100 yd rifle range with a seperate 300 yd rifle area. Trap/Skeet range, Club house, seperate 30 and 50 yd pistol range and a newly constructed cowboy action range. All facilities are out door, covered and the pistol range is heated. $50/year/member!

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I'm with a nice private club -- indoor pistol range, two outdoor pistol ranges, outdoor archery range, and 200yd rifle/shotgun range. Dues are $130/year these days. I would much rather shoot for $0.00 on public land, but there is no public land where I can shoot in or anywhere near my county.

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I belong to a private club. I pay $100 a year and put in tons of hours of volunteer time. Only becuse I want to.

Mine is the IWLA. Look it up and see if one is near you.

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I pay $20.00 per year.
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Nuttin. The desert is free....

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Nuttin. The desert is free....
I also live in the desert, but with urban sprawl I find my self driving 50 mi to shoot; at least $20 in gas. My closet range is 20 mi $120 a year for family. No amenities, covered shooting areas but no club house or rest rooms.
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I belong to a private club. I pay $100 a year and put in tons of hours of volunteer time. Only becuse I want to.
Yeah, this club does a Saturday maintenance thing every couple of weeks. It's voluntary as well but the more that show the quicker everybody gets to shoot.

[QUOTE][/I would much rather shoot for $0.00 on public land, but there is no public land where I can shoot in or anywhere near my county.QUOTE]

Me too, free would be nice! I have the same problem, & the public land that I hunt on doesn't permit recreational shooting. It's a wildlife managment area so there's no shooting except to take game.
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Mine is the IWLA. Look it up and see if one is near you.
Found their web site.
There is not even one in the state.... Much less my area. At least not within 100 miles. I may go back to the web site & check them out though.
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