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Shady Oaks Gun Range, Cedar Park

Categories: Fun & Games, Shooting Ranges
Inspirock Rating:
4.8/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • I am a new gun owner, and have visited several ranges. They are not all created equal. Shady Oaks sets the high bar for others to meet. A clean state of the art in door range, excellent shop, outstand...  read more »
  • I don't like make a career out of waiting to get on the range. That's all. I think this range is way too small. Otherwise, it's a somewhat OK little indoor range. Their pricing is not consistent with ...  read more »
  • Finding Shady Oaks Gun Range was one of the best things that could of happened to me. It is well-maintained, staff is super nice and know what they are talking about! Skip all the others and drive to ...  read more »
  • I agree with the 3 most recent reviews. The older gentleman working the front counter was rude when addressing the female working the cash register. Then once we began firing the RSO was extremely rude and over exertive on "enforcing" rules. I understand that range safety is very important (I myself am a qualified RSO in the United States Army) however, I feel the workers there should learn how to tactfully address whatever concerns they have with their customers. Furthermore, I personally have heard from other customers that they had similar experiences. I do not recommend going to this business and will never go back myself.
  • I understand the safety and importance of the facility but the message could be delivered without all the "power" play. Coach your people. Give them scripts so they understand how to speak to people. I came out to have an experience with my son and it was unfortunate that it had to be diminished by the intervention of the team. Will likely not return even though it is a mile from my home. I assume the goal is to draw from an open demographic of people (but maybe not) therefore not everyone is going to be an experienced gun user. I grew up on a farm in Kansas and have lots of experience hunting and people just seem to be wound up too tight. The facility is great just need a little coaching.
  • I love the Shady Oaks Gun Range. The staff is friendly and very helpful. I had my lessons with Ellen who was totally awesome! My LTC Class was given by Brian McCrae which was extremely informative. A perfect 10! Thank you! :-)
  • I spoke with Jim over the phone, and he was most unpleasant. I was trying to inquire about the range, fees, paperwork etc. This would have been my first time at a range so I wanted to get a feel for what it would be like. However once i mention this and stated i am much more familiar with rifles over handguns asking if he could could give me a rundown on how to load/unload fire/safety. He became very unprofessional saying how he can not rent to someone who does not know what they are doing. Minutes later i call Reds Indoor Range, I asked the same questions and got answers in a polite and professional manner. They were very accomodating to me and were happy to show me what i need. Not only this but Reds is a bit cheaper. Anyways, i just felt this was necessary to warn other people after how badly I was treated by Jim.
  • Walked right in & was accosted by the front desk employees. I had my firearms open breach with no mags. I hate shooting at a range where the $12 dollar an hour employees are rude and on power trip. I'm positive this guy has a 3 Inch penis. I'd be hesitant to spend money here when other ranges in the area are just as good for less without the attitude.
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