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    Shooting Range Recommendations

    Looking for reasonable priced shooting range near Denver. Also, looking for free open space shooting areas. Thanks
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    Re: Shooting Range Recommendations

    This where I go, but indoor. Heard they just remodeled too
    http://shootistgunrange.com

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    Re: Shooting Range Recommendations

    Boulder rifle club has public days, but its closed during the winter and the membership wait is like 11 years now. There are quite a few places to shoot in BLM areas. I go up by Allenspark often enough but you gotta watch out, there are some crazy, untrained fucking asshats that will be out there shooting at times.

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    Re: Shooting Range Recommendations

    I need to break-in a new barrel. Which will suck at a range. Clean the bore after every round for 25. Clean the bore every ten rounds for 100. Wish there was a way to shoot into the ground through an insulated (for sound) box in my crawlspace.
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    Re: Shooting Range Recommendations

    I recommend Centennial Gun Club. Membership is not required to use the facilities but if you do become a member range time is free

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    Re: Shooting Range Recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by longrider View Post
    I recommend Centennial Gun Club. Membership is not required to use the facilities but if you do become a member range time is free
    By far the best indoor range I've ever been to. Also, the most expensive. For Kim and I to join, it's $547 and then $55/month. Freakin' rip-off! That's why we won't join.

    I only go when my buddy, who is a member, takes me on one of his "buddy" passes.
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    Re: Shooting Range Recommendations

    Last time I went shooting, I went to http://www.quailruncolorado.com/

    Nice facility, clean, not overly crowded, and hands off range officers. Definitely felt safe without feeling baby sat.


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    Re: Shooting Range Recommendations

    Not located in Denver but Loveland has a really nice, active and friendly range. I am a member out at http://www.thefrgc.com/ It's only $30 a month with $100 joining fee.

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    Re: Shooting Range Recommendations

    I'm frugal, so I buy these for The Shootist on Groupon:

    https://www.groupon.com/biz/englewoo...t-pistol-range

    P.S. That price comes with a firearm rental, but if you bring your own they give you more targets in exchange.
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    Re: Shooting Range Recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by Kim-n-Dean View Post
    By far the best indoor range I've ever been to. Also, the most expensive. For Kim and I to join, it's $547 and then $55/month. Freakin' rip-off! That's why we won't join.

    I only go when my buddy, who is a member, takes me on one of his "buddy" passes.
    Wow, I guess there is an advantage to being a "charter" member. I would not pay those prices myself but at the time I joined membership I think was $150 and monthly is only $29.99

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    Re: Shooting Range Recommendations

    Bristlecone is a nice indoor range on the west side. I'm not a fan of shooting long guns indoors and go to Bailey Gun Club with a member buddy. Nice and secluded with 1000 yard sighting range.
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    Re: Shooting Range Recommendations

    Centennial seems like a nice place.

    I'm from NC so shooting guns in the house was always reserved for holidays and weddings. It still seems weird to shoot inside.
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    Re: Shooting Range Recommendations

    The Shootlist looks good and have reasonable prices. I'll check it suring the weekdays when it's not busy

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    Re: Shooting Range Recommendations

    +1 on Centennial. There is also BluCore Shooting Center. And Cherry Creek State Park has an outdoor range.
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