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Ultimate_sig 09-14-2012 03:15 AM

starting a new gun club
 
A few friends i are starting a gun club and putting up a possible course, would we have to register with anyone

bearrwe 09-14-2012 03:46 AM

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Originally Posted by Ultimate_sig (Post 940077)
A few friends i are starting a gun club and putting up a possible course, would we have to register with anyone

You should consult a lawyer up front, there will be issues of structure, such as corporation, liability and so on. Once you have worked through the set up you'll have a better idea where to go next.

Ultimate_sig 09-14-2012 03:53 AM

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Originally Posted by bearrwe

You should consult a lawyer up front, there will be issues of structure, such as corporation, liability and so on. Once you have worked through the set up you'll have a better idea where to go next.

A member is a lawyer, jus found out

c3shooter 09-14-2012 11:09 AM

It is MANDATORY that you register with the Dept of Questions with Inadequate Information. They will need fingerprints, DNA, and an 8x10 glossy of Sam Houston.

There are different states (I was told 57 of them) and they all have different laws. As do some cities and counties. You are posting on the Texas forum- but where are you? Are you a business, a non-profit, or a sole proprietor?

A good start would be to talk to the NRA. They have an entire section that deals with ranges- design and operations. What you will need depends on what you are shooting. Range fan for a handgun range is a lot different from the range fan for a 1000 meter 50 BMG range.

gollygee 09-14-2012 03:01 PM

I suppose you have already done an investigation in regard to where it would be located & any possible obstacles that could come up? A person could go to the expense & trouble of jumping through all the governmental hoops then get stopped because someone complained about the noise even though you have selected a 'legal' site.

Ultimate_sig 09-14-2012 03:47 PM

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Originally Posted by gollygee
I suppose you have already done an investigation in regard to where it would be located & any possible obstacles that could come up? A person could go to the expense & trouble of jumping through all the governmental hoops then get stopped because someone complained about the noise even though you have selected a 'legal' site.

Yea we neex to find a discreet location, but hell this is Texas

Ultimate_sig 09-14-2012 03:49 PM

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Originally Posted by c3shooter
It is MANDATORY that you register with the Dept of Questions with Inadequate Information. They will need fingerprints, DNA, and an 8x10 glossy of Sam Houston.

There are different states (I was told 57 of them) and they all have different laws. As do some cities and counties. You are posting on the Texas forum- but where are you? Are you a business, a non-profit, or a sole proprietor?

A good start would be to talk to the NRA. They have an entire section that deals with ranges- design and operations. What you will need depends on what you are shooting. Range fan for a handgun range is a lot different from the range fan for a 1000 meter 50 BMG range.

We want to do a tac course so im thinking a few acres should do it. Id love to get sponsors to give out nice prizes. One of thr memberz is friends with a larue so maybe well have luck there.

paul 09-18-2012 07:43 PM

New gun range start up
 
Frisco gun Club is opening this coming year'13, 48,000 sq. ft. Gotta believe it will do well considering the amount of money that will be invested. Sig, you asked about registering with anyone, i could only imagine what the paperwork trail would be like registering, notifying, asking, gaining permission, it would go on and on. I suggest setting one up close to where there is public hunting available, at least you know your in the right neighborhood.

therewolf 09-18-2012 08:30 PM

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Originally Posted by c3shooter (Post 940223)
It is MANDATORY that you register with the Dept of Questions with Inadequate Information. They will need fingerprints, DNA, and an 8x10 glossy of Sam Houston.

There are different states (I was told 57 of them) and they all have different laws.

ONLY 57 ? I thought there were 132.

But until a few days ago, I thought the internet was a

series of tubes...:D

Seriously, best of luck to you.

Don't forget to have a ladie's event, and startups with .22LR for beginners.

This sounds like a first class chance to be an ambassador of the cause.


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