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txpete

Member
Mar 17, 2008
136
16
ft hood
just a bad day at the range today.I wanted to dial in my t/c contenders on the rifle range.one which is a 10" scoped 223 and explained to the range asst. that I would be firing a pistol at the 25 yard line to dial in the scope.he said no problem and it was ok.the rifle side range has a 25 yard zero line just for doing this.
well the long story short is the range owner saw me shooting my "pistol" on the rifle side and pulled my membership card and then when I asked to talk to him about it he refused.the lady in the office was nice and said she was sorry but thats just the way he is.
so just a heads up guys.y'all might want to pass on this range:(
pete

oh yea the 10" bull t/c is a tack driverwith the 1.5x4 burris scope.
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LHB1

Active Member
Mar 4, 2008
311
16
Houston
His range, his rules, his money to lose if he discards enough paying customers and the word gets around. Don't think I would go back even if he reinstated my membership.
 

txpete

Member
Mar 17, 2008
136
16
ft hood
it was pretty sad.my buddy that was with me is a cwo in the army at ft hood and he couldn't believe the the guy or how he acted.the range at ft hood is free I'll just shoot there.
pete
 

ctxpta

New Member
Mar 22, 2008
23
6
Lockhart, Texas
CTXPTA.com

Sorry to hear that. Would have at least thought you would have gotten a warning or we need to move you to another area.
On another note and I hope I am not going to far...since I am not supposed to advertise I will just say that there is a user friendly range in the Central Texas area that is outdoor, allows FMJ, holster draw, etc. as long as you can do so safe and hit the berm etc. Maybe someone else can help by giving you the name. (please remove if this is to much)
Matt
 

Slim

New Member
May 16, 2008
1
1
Sorry to hear that. Would have at least thought you would have gotten a warning or we need to move you to another area.
On another note and I hope I am not going to far...since I am not supposed to advertise I will just say that there is a user friendly range in the Central Texas area that is outdoor, allows FMJ, holster draw, etc. as long as you can do so safe and hit the berm etc. Maybe someone else can help by giving you the name. (please remove if this is to much)
Matt
check this out
http://ctxpta.com/
 

Texas1911

TGT Addict
May 29, 2017
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Austin, TX
Sorry to hear that. Would have at least thought you would have gotten a warning or we need to move you to another area.
On another note and I hope I am not going to far...since I am not supposed to advertise I will just say that there is a user friendly range in the Central Texas area that is outdoor, allows FMJ, holster draw, etc. as long as you can do so safe and hit the berm etc. Maybe someone else can help by giving you the name. (please remove if this is to much)
Matt
LOL.
 

plexreticle

New Member
Apr 5, 2008
24
6
There is a range (Stan's) right across the street that 100% better than asstro.

I went there once and will NEVER go back. Both the woman and man that run it act like they are the only range within 100 miles. The range looked like a junk pile. They won't allow earplugs you have to wear earmuffs. They have several form to fill out including listing you next of kin. Then they keep your dossier in some cheap file cabinet.

They treat the customers like fools. I hope they go out of business soon.
 

charlie-6

Member
Mar 6, 2008
94
18
central texas
I went their 2 times total the people that runs that so call range is SICK, never go again, they should be close down and run out of town.
 

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