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What do indoor ranges charge for targets?

Discussion in 'Gun Club/Range Talk' started by Gunbuffer, Sep 10, 2017.

  1. Gunbuffer

    Gunbuffer Sharpshooter

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    Eh there's only 40 of them, I'll put em up in trade for a couple boxes of ammo or something
     
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    Good thinking. You don't use targets anyway.
     
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    Not really, after my first shot I basically just use bullet holes
     
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    That's the way to do it.


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    One buck is pretty standard. I think its fair, these ranges dont make much off the ammo typically and I dont see too many people buying the ammo because it isnt competitive priced. They just dont have the buying power of most stores.

    Last range I accidentally bought some 6.99 Aguila... I was slightly hacked. It was my own fault though. I wasnt paying attention. I will say that aguila is likely making a good profit unlike a lot of the range products.
     
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    Kind of dislike indoor ranges now,....to much unsafe nonsense going on, people who first time holstering quick drawing, someone shooting my target from three rows over, and the ammo/gun restrictions.

    I purchased some targets few months back, ...thought I would be spending a lot of cash on them, ....but hubby helped out by making them for me.....

    However on our outdoor range......
    Plastic milk & orange juice gallons, plastic water bottles, (filled with water) or painted card board boxes, bucket lids, are fine for me. But I also like those orange clay disk ($6.00/90 @ Wal-mart). Hubby bought me a box of bowling pins which we have bowling night on Tuesday evenings. Harder to knock down then you think, hit them low or high cause dead center they wobble/walk (sometimes), but won't fall. (depending on cal.)
     
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    Bought some .357 ammo one time from a range shop and when I used it, it shot a flame out of the bore for at least 2 feet with a thunderous boom. The whole range became deathly quiet. Obviously someone's reloads that the range was selling. Never again!
     

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