I read some derog comments about this gun range and decided to check it out. It's pretty close to home, and I just bought my first hand gun.
I went to the pistol range ($12.50) + another buck for 2 targets.
The targets at the public pistol range are 50 yards which is farther than I would like to shoot.
The range master was helpful, friendly and had a good sense of humor.
There are basically 3 rules when the cease fire bell goes off.
1. Take out the magazine, and put the chamber flag in the pistol and lay it down.
2. Step back and away from the read floor area( around the shooting bay)
3. Wait for the all clear to change and retrieve your target. Wait for the go ahead to resume shooting. (the bell goes off, and simple instructions follow).
That's about it. I had a great experience and will return after I put a thousand or so rounds through my new pistol at a little shorter distance before I go back to the 50 yard range.
It's a great place and you know it's a much safer place to shoot than some of the ranges who do not supervise walk in customers as well.