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Businiess name:  The Place To Shoot
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
Nice hot range. You get a lot more shooting in with constant live fire. Allows .22 rifles, carbines. Allows oddball pistols as long as they are legal handguns. Nicest people in the business. My only beef is not only do you have to buy their ammo, but you can't pre-load mags. I have .22 toys that take a lot of loading and to have to do it there before I start shooting is a drag. The other thing is it doesn't make rotating older ammo possible. I have 12-15 year old stored ammo I like to shoot, then replace with new. Can't do that there. You buy ammo from them, then shoot only that ammo. If you buy too much you take it back to the counter at checkout. The decision to require shooters to buy ammo from them is purely a financial one and that is fine; they need to stay in business. But the policy to not allow people to buy the quantity of ammo they are shooting then use their older/pre-loaded ammo doesn't make any sense at all. I argued this a bit and didn't get anywhere. Great people there, but I think they missed the boat on this issue. I don't want to spend 25% of my time there loading mags.

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