Frequently Asked Questions
Please select one of the questions below to see it’s answer. If you have any questions not on the list please contact us.
We are open:
Monday - Thursday: Noon - 10pm
Friday – Sunday: 10am to 10pm
Last call to enter range is 9:30pm
• Eye Protection (*We can provide if needed)
• Ear Protection (*We can provide if needed)
• Valid Picture ID
• Credit Card in Your Name
• Recommended appropriate protective clothing:
•For females, avoid low cut tops (Hot casings leave marks)
•No flip flops or open toes shoes
•Cotton long sleeved shirts are preferable
• Your Personal, properly functioning firearm is OK, and will be inspected
• Your own ammo is OK, and will be inspected
• No Steel Core Ammo, Tracers or CA Illegal Ammo!
• We have competitively priced ammo for sale at the range.
A valid drivers license is OK.
DMV Identification card is OK.
An active military ID is OK.
A valid passport is OK.
- All Handguns Permitted, but if you have questions call us at the range to check.
- Full auto pistols require appropriate paperwork and specific approval of range master before use.
Any long gun up to .338 is OK, but if you have questions contact the range master. All SBRs (any rifle with a barrel less than 14.4 inches not including the muzzle device) and AR Pistols are not allowed
Yes, Shotguns With Shoulder Stocks Permitted Anytime.
Rifle and Shotgun Targets at 15-25 Yards Only.
Shotgun shells with slug and 00 buck loads only are allowed in all gauges. No Steel Shot.
It might be easier to list what type of ammunition is NOT allowed at the range.
You may NOT shoot the following ammunition: Wolf, Bear, Bi-Metal, Tracer Rounds, Incendiary, Green Tip, Armor Piercing,Frangible, Steel Core, Steel or Aluminum case.
Ammunition with Muzzle Energy greater than 4,000 Ft Lb is not permitted at the range.
New factory sealed shotgun ammunition is allowed. Shotgun shells with slug and 00 buck loads are allowed in all gauges. No Steel Shot.
ALL Ammunition MUST be California Legal.
If you have a question about the ammo you have, please ask the Range Master before you shoot.
All ammunition is subject to inspection at time of check in.
All lanes are 25 yards.
There are 28 total lanes. They are split into 2 ranges of 14 lanes each.
Yes. We have special range features designed to accommodate tactical law enforcement training. Contact us for booking information or to make a reservation.
Check our Memberships / Rewards page for information on our memberships.
If you can legally own a gun in California, then you can use the range with proper identification.
It is often a felony to travel with a loaded gun in California, unless you are
carrying a concealed handgun with a California-issued CCW. It is generally a
felony to travel with a loaded shotgun or rifle in your vehicle. There are
obvious, exceptions for law enforcement officers, but if you suspect it might
be illegal, it probably is.
Traveling with handguns in California has different requirements from long guns. You must store your unloaded handgun in a securely-locked container during transit to and from the range. While not specifically required by law the DOJ also recommends that you use a breech locking cable or trigger lock. A car's locked glove box is not considered acceptable storage for a handgun. An automobile trunk does currently satisfy this requirement, but the spirit of the law is to make the handgun secure from unauthorized access.
Your unloaded long guns can be stored anywhere in your vehicle, since they are not considered "concealable".
Consult the DOJ web site regarding traveling practices: https://oag.ca.gov/firearms/travel
Do not use this site as a sole source of legal advice. California is not a very firearm friendly state, so there is continual encroachment on freedoms in this area. Know the law and follow it regarding firearms and you will be able to continue to enjoy shooting sports.
Yes, walk-ins are welcome.
Yes. If you are a member, this is very easy.
First, you must be 21 years or older.
If you cannot legally own a gun in California, you cannot rent one at the range.
If you are not a member, you must produce proper ID and demonstrate firearm handling skills.
If you do NOT own a firearm and bring it to the range, you MUST have someone with you in order to rent any firearm.
If you plan on coming in alone to rent a firearm you MUST already own a firearm and bring it in with you to the range.
Must use in range ammunition for all rental guns purchased at time of rental
Absolutely. Training is highly recommended. We offer introductory safety and marksmanship skills training, intermediate training, and advanced firearms training for civilians on all types of firearms. Instructors are all experienced, certified and easy to work with. Even if you are a long-time shooter, you might be surprised at the things you may never have heard or thought of. Taking a class is a great way to move past being a competent shooter to become a great marksman.
If you use a firearm for home defense, or plan to, you need to know the laws that apply to you in California and how to use the firearm as the last resort in a comprehensive home security strategy. We can answer your questions.
Our current policy states that shooters and anyone on the firing line must be 10 years of age or older.
Anyone under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an parent or legal guardian at all times while on the firing line.
Anyone 18 years of age and older is permitted to fire a rifle brought to the range, while handguns brought to the range require the shooter to be 21 years of age and older, unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
For rental of firearms restrictions please see “Can I rent gun at the range?”
Please contact us for scheduling.