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Discussion in 'San Antonio' started by bignic83, Jun 15, 2017.
The Mumme's in Hondo has a nice gun store in it (this pic is from their website)!
Mummies closed the 281 location. The gun range is not affiliated with them.
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They are officially open now. anyone shares some experience?
Good experience there two weeks ago. Efficient, no wait for a lane. You can do their waiver on line before you show up and it’s integrated into your transaction so you don’t have to watch a video and sign paper on site.
Moved here from CO a year ago. Belonged to a similar concept range there. The CO range opened in 2015, waived initiation fee for active military and Law Enforcement, and had a flat-rate $35/mo unlimited rate. Public was $25/hr.
Same ability to reserve a lane on line as Mission Ridge.
Overall, a positive experience for me. I’d prefer to pay $35/month, but will probably buy into a solo membership.
Also, my CO range hosted two different league matches twice per month. Girl & Gun on 1st/3rd Mondays, IDPA on 2nd/4th Friday’s.
That Co range wouldn't happen to b e centennial gun club would it?
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Magnum and Whistling Pines in CO Springs. Wanted to try Centennial, but tit was a long hike for me.
Asa member of the Mission Ridge Range and Academy I realize I may be biased, but I F’n live that place!!!!!!!!! Easily the best gun range (other than the grenade range at Camp Bullis lol) in South Texas.
When I grew up in Hondo, the only gun store in town was the back room of Fry's Drug Store. Seriously, the pharmacist had an FFL and there was a little ante-room behind the "employees only" curtain with a counter, a sofa, and a few guns on the wall. No one knew it was there except by invitation even though it was, technically, an open retail establishment and, per all the rules, had to be open to the public.
It was an early implementation of "Don't ask, don't tell", I suppose.