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Lone Ranges Shooting Complex, Belmont
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Was given a voucher as a chrissy present. Loved it was great fun my voucher was for $150 so took the .22 semi auto pistol with 50 rounds for $65 and the Glock 17 9mm with 30 rounds for $85. Only grumb... read more »
Not cheap, but good value. That is, the experience exceeds the cost. My teenagers have had two visits in the past two years, and its amazing the belief that can come from mastering a skill like target... read more »
Went down Saturday morning nice and early, little bit after they opened and it was already packed! Great experience, having never shot a gun before the guys were really helpful. Started off with a .38... read more »
Didn't know what I was doing, but the great staff were friendly and knew how to joke around whilst be safe. Very fun experience.
Nice selection of guns. An ideal place for a novice to get an introduction to the pistol shooting sport/hobby. Would also be good safe fun for those who'd like to just try it once.
This is only shooting complex in the Perth area that allows you to so easily shoot a variety of weapons without being a part of any club nor any other hassle; simply pick a package and you're ready. The place is very well suited towards people who have never shot firearms before or people whom are quite casual with the frequency of their shooting, if using range weapons and ammunition. The staff are very friendly, knowledgeable and very helpful towards beginners, informing them on the correct & safe use of your chosen weapon and its operation (safety, reloading, firing, stance etc.) and can even be kind enough to provide you with extra rounds at their own decision, as has happened numerous times over my visits to the range. There's a large selection of pistols (16 years of age & over), rifles and shotguns (13 years of age minimum requirement to fire). The pricing may seem expensive but costs can be mitigated slightly with a casual membership which provides you with a small to moderate discount towards every package in the future. To name just some of the weapon selection available to fire that I can recall... (dependent on functional firearms at the time of your visit, it's a popular venue & their firearms tend to often have parts that rapidly wear out due to excessive use on range, which they strive to have fixed and available to fire again as soon as possible, as explained to me by staff during a friendly conversation): For pistols - basic .22LR semi-automatic pistol or revolver, Glocks (9mm, .40S&W and . 45ACP) , Beretta 92FS (9mm, ??), custom (Kimber?) Colt 1911 (.45ACP), Browning Hi-Power (9mm), Desert Eagle (.357 & .44), H&K USP (9mm & .45ACP) and several revolver choices from .38 to the maximum of a .44 magnum (more options inbetween those calibres). For rifles and shotguns - various lever action rifles in .357 or .44 magnum, bolt action rifles in .44 magnum and either single or double barrelled 12 gauge shotguns. I highly recommend this range for a novice shooter, the pricing is relatively high but unless you wish you fire hundreds of rounds down the range, are actually quite reasonably priced for the majority of people & the purpose of their visit. It's great fun, you can select and shoot from their large variety of weapons and you're well looked after by staff.
Great value for money. Training and advice included in price. Wide selection of guns. Great for building confidence will definately go again
Had a great time. I will be going back
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