Frequently Asked Questions

What are your hours?

Our indoor shooting range and retail store are open Tuesday - Saturday, 11:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.,
closed Sunday and Monday.    

Do you rent firearms?   What does it cost to use your range?

We no longer rent firearms for the indoor range.

Range fee is $17 per person.  All targets and eye/ear protection are 50% off.

What are your age requirements?

We are a family-friendly facility and we would love to have you and your children enjoying our range and retail store.  We require all minors to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian and have a Parent Release Form completed. 

May I shoot a shotgun at your range?

Yes.  Lead or copper only; no steel.

May I bring my own firearms to the range?

Yes!  Before entering the building, make sure all firearms are locked and unloaded.  NO EXCEPTIONS!  Double check your firearms.  If you enter the building with a loaded firearm, you will be asked to leave immediately!  You are always free to bring your own firearms and ammunition.  Rental firearms are required to use OUR range ammunition only.  

May I return my firearm or ammunition purchase?

All firearm and ammunition purchases are considered final and may not be returned.  During our 50% off closing sale, all merchandise sales are final.  No exchanges, no refunds.

What do I need to purchase a firearm?

Valid California photo ID or Driver License (Real ID preferred), or proof of citizenship with Federal Limits Apply ID (passport or birth certificate), second proof of residency, Firearm Safety Card (FSC).

Why are you closing

May I return my firearm or ammunition purchase?

All firearm and ammunition purchases are considered final and may not be returned.

Do you have a dress code?

Appropriate dress is recommended.  When firing a gun, hot cartridge casings are ejected from the chamber in the direction of the shooter.  We suggest shooters wear closed toe shoes.  Also, avoid tank tops and low cut tops, shorts, and skirts.

Am I allowed to take pictures or videos?

Yes, private use of cameras is allowed, but please be sure to follow all safety guidelines and other range rules.  Check in on our Facebook page at

I like to get a buzz before shooting on the range.  What’s the problem?

Guns, alcohol, and drugs don't mix.  Alcohol and/or drugs (including cannabis) can negatively affect judgment as well as physical coordination and should not be used before or while handling guns.

If we suspect you have been consuming alcoholic beverages or smoking cannabis before entering

the range, we reserve the right to refuse service to anyone and ask you to leave.

Questions or Concerns?

If you have questions or concerns, please let us know.  Call us at (916) 714-4867, or visit us!