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Discussion in 'San Antonio' started by bignic83, Jun 15, 2017.
Has anyone seen this?
Interesting. It's not open yet?
The end of June.
It's a "county club" range (whatever that means, other than expensive). Rates are $49 a month, from what I've heard.
Nardis is building an indoor range at Alamo Ranch (151 and 1604).
Just heard about it today as well. I was going to call tomorrow out of curiosity.
That's about the same price as Nardis. I wonder if Nardis is considering a 100 yard range?
Here's the article that states memberships will start at $49/mo...
Went by there today and got a tour of the showroom floor but not the actual ranges. It is a really nice facility but the cost of the lowest individual membership with a military/first responder discount ($80 initial fee and $44 a month for at least a year) is still more than I'd be willing to pay as I know I won't use the place enough to warrant the cost.
Non-member will pay $25/hour, and even with silver membership there is an extra fee to use the 100 yr range.
The only reason I even contemplated joining was I thought it might motivate me to shoot more, but I have several options at my disposal already and feel it is likely I would not utilize this place enough to make it worth the while.
It is touting itself as a "Family range," and for the most part it is; but you can tell they're still catering to the higher end clientele.
Let me know if there are any questions, I wasn't allowed to take any pictures but I was given a lot more information...
Thanks for the update.
Do you know if they have a family membership option? If so how much is it and is the membership good for all the ranges including archery?
Any caliber restrictions on the 100yd range?
Are the rapid fire/full auto friendly?
They have three levels of membership: silver ($49.month+$99 initiation fee), gold ($99.month+$179 initiation fee)and platinum ($179.month+$179 initiation fee). Family membership is generally $20-$50 more.
Silver members have unlimited access to their 17/25 yard lanes (22 in total) plus archery range;
Gold members have unlimited access to their 100 yard lanes (4 in total) in addition to 17/25 yard lanes. targets are free;
Platinum members have other benefits that are not really of interests to me (e.g. can rent their 'premium' pistols)
It's 5 min from where I live but not cheap though.