Our ranges are open to the public! Range fees are as follow:
$10 for Military, Law Enforcement, Veterans or First Responders
$20 for Nevada Residents
$25 for Non-Nevada Residents
$2 rental per target stand (with a $10 per stand deposit held at the clubhouse)
$2 roll of tape to put up targets
$1 disposable Ear plugs
Paper targets are sold starting at $1 per target
The range fees are good for the day and all ranges are on a first come, first serve basis. Ranges are shared as well and filled accordingly as more shooters arrive. If you have your own eye/ear protection, targets, target stands, and ammo then all the shooter is responsible for is their range fee. We do allow you to bring your own steel targets but no trash such as glass bottles, aluminum cans, TV’s, refrigerator, etc.
We have two dedicated pistol ranges that have steel targets already on them to shoot at no additional cost. We also have a 100 yard rifle range where you can set up your target to zero your rifle and multiple utility bays where you can shoot both pistol and rifle on.
- Treat every gun as if it is loaded
- Do not point your firearm at anything you are not willing to shoot or destroy. Keep all firearms pointed in a safe direction and NEVER point your firearm at anyone while on the range
- Keep your finger off the trigger at all times unless you have sights on your target and ready to shoot your target
- Know your target and what is behind it. You are responsible for every bullet that comes out of your firearm
- Eye and ear protection must be worn at all times while on the range
- When sharing a range with other shooters, be sure to be shooting from the same distance and the firing line will be fixed.
- When you need to move down range, make sure everyone on the range is aware of your intent and be sure that everyone has their firearms unloaded and clear before moving down range
- While people are down range, do not handle any firearm until everyone is back on the firing line and everyone agrees to make the range hot again
- Range safety officers have final say on the range