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Re: Range Fees

Postby Henry88 » Tue Jan 02, 2018 2:43 pm

I shoot mostly rimfire and airguns in the yard. When I do go to the range to shoot the centerfires or WMR it's Ocala which is free.

The county range is closer, busier, and MUCH more strict (controlled) is $10 a day for as many guns as long as you like.

Would love to join a private range, but it would have to be the right one.
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Re: Range Fees

Postby DAVIDF » Tue Jan 02, 2018 9:00 pm

Henry88 wrote:I shoot mostly rimfire and airguns in the yard. When I do go to the range to shoot the centerfires or WMR it's Ocala which is free.

The county range is closer, busier, and MUCH more strict (controlled) is $10 a day for as many guns as long as you like.

Would love to join a private range, but it would have to be the right one.


Do you ever go to Titusville Rifle and Pistol Club (http://titusvillegun.org/code/Home.aspx)? I go there and have a membership. Annual membership is $100, or $10 per day. Women, LEO's, and active military shoot for free. I really like the range and the range safety officers tend to be very friendly. They have a 100/200/300 yard rifle range as well as a couple of other rifle ranges, and various pistol ranges. You can bring your own steel and they also have steel plates on a couple of pistol ranges as well as ones on the 100/200/300 yard range.
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Re: Range Fees

Postby Henry88 » Wed Jan 03, 2018 1:36 am

DAVIDF wrote:
Henry88 wrote:I shoot mostly rimfire and airguns in the yard. When I do go to the range to shoot the centerfires or WMR it's Ocala which is free.

The county range is closer, busier, and MUCH more strict (controlled) is $10 a day for as many guns as long as you like.

Would love to join a private range, but it would have to be the right one.


Do you ever go to Titusville Rifle and Pistol Club (http://titusvillegun.org/code/Home.aspx)? I go there and have a membership. Annual membership is $100, or $10 per day. Women, LEO's, and active military shoot for free. I really like the range and the range safety officers tend to be very friendly. They have a 100/200/300 yard rifle range as well as a couple of other rifle ranges, and various pistol ranges. You can bring your own steel and they also have steel plates on a couple of pistol ranges as well as ones on the 100/200/300 yard range.

Thanks Dave, I didn't know about that range.

I guess I have searched for Volusia and Seminole counties, but didn't consider Brevard though I'm not that far away.

It's been a long time since I've been to a 300 yd range. That would be a lot of fun.................
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Glenfield M60 (squirrel stock) .22LR
Henry H001 .22LR
Heritage Rough Rider .22LR/.22WMR
Marlin 25N .22LR
Marlin XT-22ML .22WMR
Spreewerke P38 (1943) 9MM
Winchester M70 .308

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Re: Range Fees

Postby DAVIDF » Wed Jan 03, 2018 7:17 am

Henry88 wrote:
DAVIDF wrote:
Henry88 wrote:I shoot mostly rimfire and airguns in the yard. When I do go to the range to shoot the centerfires or WMR it's Ocala which is free.

The county range is closer, busier, and MUCH more strict (controlled) is $10 a day for as many guns as long as you like.

Would love to join a private range, but it would have to be the right one.


Do you ever go to Titusville Rifle and Pistol Club (http://titusvillegun.org/code/Home.aspx)? I go there and have a membership. Annual membership is $100, or $10 per day. Women, LEO's, and active military shoot for free. I really like the range and the range safety officers tend to be very friendly. They have a 100/200/300 yard rifle range as well as a couple of other rifle ranges, and various pistol ranges. You can bring your own steel and they also have steel plates on a couple of pistol ranges as well as ones on the 100/200/300 yard range.

Thanks Dave, I didn't know about that range.

I guess I have searched for Volusia and Seminole counties, but didn't consider Brevard though I'm not that far away.

It's been a long time since I've been to a 300 yd range. That would be a lot of fun.................


If you want to join me some time, PM me and I will give you my phone number. Most of the ranges are closed to the public but if you are with me, we can use all of them. First Saturday of each month and on Wednesday they are open all day and all of the ranges are open. A lot of time I can get an entire pistol/pistol caliber carbine range to myself if I go later or early.
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Re: Range Fees

Postby Mr Bill » Mon Jan 15, 2018 10:13 pm

We pay about $160 plus NRA membership, a rebate of $10 per hr. (up to 8 hrs.) if you put in time.
We have a 25yd indoor range for pistols and .22 rifle. No shoguns or blackpowder firearms indoors.
Trap and sporting clays. 25yd., 50yd., 100yd., 200 yd. outdoor ranges w/shooting area under cover.
25yd. informal plinking range. 50yd airgun range. 100yd archery range and 3d archery in the woods.
I'm fortunate to belong to such a grand club.
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