Greater Houston Gun Ranges

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  1. Tejano Scott

    Tejano Scott Moderator Moderator

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    Great thread! The old Houston Range thread was pretty sad. How would you feel if I killed that one and stickied this one? OP's call.
     


  2. Acera

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    Please do!!!!

    I would really like extended editing access to add a couple of new ranges to the list if possible. Right now I can not edit the original posting.

    Still doing research and want it to be a 'living' list that evolves and changes as the opportunities and places to shoot change in our community.
     
  3. ZX9RCAM

    ZX9RCAM Over the Rainbow bridge... TGT Supporter

    Hey gordyt, been a member over a year, & first post.

    Welcome to the Forum!
     
  4. Mongo

    Mongo Active Member

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    Do they allow machine guns?

    I'm in Humble/Kingwood as well but I belong to BASC. All NFA but MGs are allowed at BASC.
     
  5. Acera

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    Ok, does anyone know about the Galveston Rifle and Pistol Club??? Untitled Document

    Other than it's a private club on the island, their website leaves a lot to be desired.

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  6. SC-Texas

    SC-Texas Moderator Moderator

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    The impactzonerange.com
     
  7. Acera

    Acera TGT Addict

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    Got it, waiting for editing privileges.
     
  8. Acera

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    Ok, thinking about adding codes/better descriptions to the list.

    My current thoughts................

    S-R = Small Rifle, .22 etc. Rimfire (some ranges allow rimfire rifles but no other rifles.)
    L-R = Large Rifle, centerfire
    P = Pistol
    S = Shotgun Formal - skeet, trap, clays course, 5 stand, etc.
    S* = Shotgun Informal -* no set course, seen a few where they let you shoot clay pigeons if you bring your own out to their field, may/may not have a thrower.
    A = Archery

    I = Indoors
    O = Outdoors

    Per Gun Fee Structure
    Daily Fee Structure

    And possibly Range max distance.


    You guys got any other input on that????
     
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  9. gordyt

    gordyt New Member

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    Thanks ZX9RCAM! I'm really bad about hopping online and scanning new posts in the handful of forums that I follow w/o posting anything. Trying to do better....
     
  10. gordyt

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    They surely do! The folks that run the range are very safe, but also very accommodating. The only negatives I have are:

    1. A bit difficult to find the first time you go out there, and
    2. When it rains there is usually some standing water. My solution: I keep a pair of mud-boots in the trunk. No worries.
     

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