Looking for a place to shoot

Discussion in 'New Jersey Gun Forum' started by jmdc, Feb 19, 2012.

  1. jmdc

    jmdc New Member

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    Is there any good places to shoot in central jersey?
     
  2. PanBaccha

    PanBaccha New Member

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    Best bet is to google it.
     

  3. Huntkrazed

    Huntkrazed New Member

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    The best place to shhot in central Jersey is The Central Jersey Rifle and Pistol Club......... I could give you a tour on any Sun. you wish.
     
  4. kewldevil1

    kewldevil1 New Member

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    New range in Randolph Morris county on rt 10. 9 ports 25 yards plus pro shop. Any handgun caliber and shotgun slugs. Really friendly owners and they rent pistols and rifles.
     
  5. John Fox

    John Fox New Member

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    There's one in Carteret called Lake Island.
     
  6. Twpbaseball10

    Twpbaseball10 New Member

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    fort dix is a good range also. its cheap about $60 for the year and $3 hr then on the rifle range and about $10 for 100 clay pigions. Nice facilities as well
     
  7. jruglio

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    Central Jersey Rifle & Pistol Club (CJRPC) in Jackson is by far the best option for central Jersey residents to shoot. I belonged to Range-14 at Fort Dix, and although cheap, they are only open 3/4 days a week with limited hours. always a hassle to have to check in and pay(usually a wait) It also offers only outdoor ranges.

    CJR&PC is open 7x24 and provide key fob access. No range fees and rarely a wait. Other features include:

    7x24 access:
    Indoor pistol range

    7 days dawn to sunset outdoor ranges:
    Pistol range (till 9pm as its lighted)
    Multi purpose range (pistol and long gun-200yds
    High power range-300 TSS-no pistols
    17 open pits for .22 and handgun use
    Archery/crossbow range
    Skeet/trap range
    Shotgun patterning

    Allow use of land to hunt during season(range closed)- no addl few for licensed member hunters.

    Membership costs $400 (one time capital charge)
    $250 a year. No "required" work, but they offer work credits to subsidize the following year's dues if you do assist. Also a $50 referral credit if you sponsor new members. Unlimited spouse/minor children access and allows tou to bring 2 guests up to 3 times per year(can be different people as long as the same 2 do not come more than twice in a given year. After that, they expect frequent guest to join like everyone else. This makes this it a great place to shoot with occasional friends/visitors) It costs more $$ than Fort Dix, but is way better. If you shoot a bunch and add up the Fort Dix costs, it can easily cost you $250 in a year with much less.

    CJRPC is worth the money for the convenience and offerings. No need to look around.

    Http://www.cjrpc.org
     
  8. strix

    strix New Member

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    Can you bring your own ammo? Cause right now I'm a member of shore shot and you have to buy there's and that gets $$$
     
  9. John Fox

    John Fox New Member

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    You are welcome to try out Lake Island with me at no charge. Let me know.
     
  10. jruglio

    jruglio New Member

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    You must bring your own ammo as this is not a retail location like ShoreShot. It's a private club.
     
  11. strix

    strix New Member

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    Nice thank you
     
  12. mdsAmmo

    mdsAmmo New Member

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    Old Bridge Rifle & Pistol club (obrpc) is a pretty decent club, and certainly convenient if your within the New Brunswick / old bridge area.

    Indoor 24/7 and outdoor dawn/dusk. Private ranges, and tons of perks.

    http://www.obrpc.org/
     
  13. strix

    strix New Member

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    I thought they are open to the public to, and do they do rentals?
     
  14. mdsAmmo

    mdsAmmo New Member

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    it's actually a members only club. Very reasonable dues considering the convenience (if your in central nj). They do not offer rentals either.