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  • Can I bring my own ammo?
    Yes, you can bring your own ammo! No steel-jacketed or steel-core ammo is allowed. All customer supplied ammunition will be inspected to ensure it is safe to shoot in our facility. PLEASE ALLOW FOR ADDITIONAL TIME AT CHECK-IN IF YOU ARE BRINGING IN LOOSE ROUNDS OR HAVE ROUNDS LOADED IN MAGAZINES. Factory-sealed boxes are the quickest at check-in!
  • What type of firearms can I shoot in the range?
    Each lane is capable of handling any caliber handgun or rifle up to .50 bmg. No home-built firearms. All firearms in our facility must adhere to state and federal laws.
  • Can I make a reservation?
    Members can make online reservations up to two weeks in advance. Non-Members may not reserve lanes in advance. Non-Members may walk-in and rent a lane based on availability.
  • What do I need to bring with me?
    You will need to bring your Driver's License/ID Card. A waiver must be completed for each person entering the range including each minor. You can save time at check in by completing your waiver now on our website! Once completed, it is valid for one year.
  • How often do I have to fill out a waiver?
    After your waiver is completed it is valid for ONE year.
  • I am a CCW holder. How should I check-in at the range with my concealed firearm?
    Please keep your carry gun concealed and let the KCG range staff upon check in that you are a CCW holder. You MUST present your valid CCW permit to the range staff.
  • Can I shoot my shotgun in the range?
    YES you can! However, we only allow single slug ammunition.
  • Do you offer rental firearms?
    Yes, we have both handguns and long guns available to rent. If you are renting a firearm you must be accompanied by someone or pay for a KCG instructor to accompany you. You may not shoot by yourself with rental firearms.
  • I am a first-time shooter, can I shoot in your facility?
    First-time shooters who are not accompanied by someone with firearms experience will be required to receive instruction by a KCG Firearms Instructor (upon availability and additional fees will apply).
  • How old do children have to be to shoot?
    Children must be at least 10 years old and accompanied by a parent or guardian. Parents/guardian are solely responsible for the minors in their charge and must be present with them at all times in the range or in the lobby. A separate waiver is required for each minor.
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