I went to this place for a bachelor party recently. We got trained on rifle and range safety, learned how to use the sights, load the magazines, and then were shooting within 15 minutes. We fired a .22 ruger rifle - which is about as small as a rifle gets but it's still a thrill. Gunpowder and shots being firing gets the adrenaline pumping. I thought the staff was well trained, very helpful, and relaxed. The range itself is a small place, but surprisingly comfortable. I think there are 12 stations, and the depth of the range looked to be about 50 feet. The range is divided into two equal halves, the left half seemed to be for the amateurs & civilians, while the professionals, like cops, used the right.