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Lonestar Gun Club Lawsuit

Discussion in 'Dallas & Fort Worth' started by Biff Tannen, Sep 11, 2017.

  1. Casper

    Casper New Member

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    Had issues when they had the other range but then it kept getting flooded and I believed the hype when they said all the things they where going to do, Never renewed membership and then they shut down, went out to lonestar as i had heard about it and sounded like they where going to be better setup. When i arrived I saw it was the some of the same crew from old range and ended the tour. Looks like I was lucky, unlike some others. The guys have serious issues with running a business and I think they run there business paycheck to paycheck. To bad it was nice having a range on this side of Forney
     


  2. BigBoss0311

    BigBoss0311 Well-Known

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    ^^^^that. These guys need to fail so they stop taking members' money and pocketing it instead of making false promises that never happen. Now they have the nerve for a go fund me page. who knows if that money will go towards what it says. these guys are crooks and deserve to fail.
     
  3. Biff Tannen

    Biff Tannen SIG Fan Boy

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    I agree. One of my biggest issues with them in the past is the false promises. They keep telling you the improvements they are going to make and they never do it.

    I finally heard back and was told they have to increase the height of the berms. They said they'll be open in a week or two. I've heard that before.

    My membership has about run out, and I am officially done with them. The owner has been caught in the past being shady and crooked and I'm done dealing with it.

    In my quest for a new go to range, I tried out B-Tactical in Cado Mills near Greenville this past weekend. I had a fantastic experience there and will be back.
     
  4. RevolverGuy

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    I’ll say a prayer.

    I was a longtime member of the late, if not always great, FWRPC.

    When my wife wants a load of dirt from Silver Creek Materials, she has to pick it up herself. If I see that “Hip Pocket Theatre” sign at the old range gate, I’ll fill it full of holes.

    That fiasco was 20 years ago. I would hope all the ranges in N. Texas learned the lesson.
     

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