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Lone Star Gun Range, Lockhart

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  • My friends and I made rsvp at the gun range. The place is kept well. The staffs are down to earth and attentive. Adrian our guide was really down to earth. For most of us, it was out first time shooti...  more »
  • I've been going to the range for a number of years. Learned years ago not to go when rain is in the forecast or if it had been raining, as the grounds there is one big mud hole. They have addressed so...  more »
  • Nice place to shoot. Polite and friendly personnel (unlike many other ranges manned by obnoxious dolts with chips on their shoulders)! Office area is super clean, but individual ranges could use some ...  more »
  • Inexpensive place to shoot. Friendly staff. Do not expect high end state of the art facility. Good ole shooting range for a lot of fun. Firearms available for rent as well. Knowledgeable staff.
  • This gun range was pretty decent. I felt that for $15, there weren't a lot of lanes and it started getting real crowded pretty early in the morning. It's also fairly odd in that they let you shoot any ammo, they let you use suppeessors, they let you use any lane and move around a lot but they don't have a range master. You call your own cease fires. I've never been to a place like that. It's cool I suppose, but it feels a bit unorganized. Staff was fairly nice but it was so busy that it was hard to get help.
  • Great range, and friendly staff. Rifle range goes out to 100 yards with target stands at 50 and 75 as well, pistol to 25. You can collect your brass, just let the staff know beforehand.
  • I love this range, especially early on weekdays. Personally, if your schedule allows I don't recommend going on weekends because it gets packed and you might find yourself waiting for a lane. I have been shooting on ranges in South Texas (San Antonio/Austin) since '92 and this is my favorite. This is a genuine "Texas" range. I don't understand how anyone would complain about this range and call themselves a Texan. Rifle range has stops at 50, 75, and 100 yards. They have a 15 and a 7 yard range for handguns. Personally I hate indoor ranges. This is the spot for those that live in the Greater South Austin Area and want to shoot outdoors. I also love how there isn't a range officer to put up with and all cease fires are called by shooters. $15 to shoot all day, which is an excellent price! My only recommendation is to bring your own ammo and targets to save money. Also don't wear your new shoes, you will be shooting in the dirt and your shoes will get dirty and wear a cap and bring a cap for your significant other as well. And please don't be "that guy" that rents the 50 cal Barrett when it is busy because you are essentially taking 3 rifles lanes, no one will want to shoot next to you until you are done. The muzzle brake concussion deflects back towards the 2 lanes next to it and it is not pleasant, it literally shakes the ground. Lol.
  • Pretty nice place but they close at 515 during winter. Also, prepare to fight for keeping your own brass. They will come out and question you if you are seen picking up any.