Lone Ranges Shooting Complex, Belmont

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  • Was in my bucket list last time I visited Perth.... So this time, I managed to visit the place... Instructions were clear... Used to think shooting was simply pointing and shooting... Was an eye opene...  more »
  • We had a lot of fun here. The staff is very friendly and professional, they explain the workings of your weapon of choice well. Your weapon is secured in place with a lock and retaining wires so the o...  more »
  • everyone had heaps of fun co-worker surprised me with his skills. guys with less skills may have even had more fun with the shotgun!  more »
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  • Great place to fire up some guns. Not much selection of firearms, quiet expensive for someone who doesn't do things like that often, but definitely great fun. Staff are nice and guns are well maintained. I fired Browning High-Power 9mm pistol and .357 Magnum bolt action rifle. Great experience for anyone, really. I definitely recommend.
  • Had a blast in the cubicles, brno 22 rifle and a ruger 357 mag. Haven't picked up a rifle or visited the range in over 10yrs. Since the last time i was there the entire complex has changed. Last visit (10+yrs ago), reception looked pretty sparse and uninviting and very little in display items. The cubicles were the same size but there were no restraints on the firearms and the basic training was very informative. I think a father and son owned the complex and had to jump through some serious hoops to be able to open for business. I also remember you could purchase a lone ranges badge with a number on the back...from memory, i think my number was between 300 and 800. Now, the reception looks fresh and inviting with plenty of items on display for sale, the cubicles are the same size, basic training is more updated and easily understandable by novice shooters. The upside, the rifles appear to be well maintained and serviced. The staff are friendly and approachable and you can feel it in the atmosphere of the complex that everything is done by the book in regards to legal and safety. The downside is the restraints on the firearms can be a little bit annoying and restrictive. For the instructors/trainers, could you also include in your safety talk the proper procedure (should it happen) in the event of the firearm misfiring.
  • A fair few guns not available which was a shame, and booked in for a time but had to wait over 30 minutes too. Had fun shooting though and the guys instructing did a great job and were kept really busy. Good experience all in all and will be back.
  • Reasonably priced, good package options. Can lose a lot of time here. Only issue was 3 of us put in a single shooting booth, did mean we could share guns though
  • A lot of fun. Recommend booking prior to going but it’s worth it!

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