We also have several NRA Instructor's and a Chief Range Officer on staff full-time to assist the beginner to advanced shooters.
The Range, which is climate controlled and has a modern air filtration system, is staffed by a full-time Chief Range Safety Officer. We welcome all shooters from novice to expert; civilian or military/law enforcement; individuals, families, or groups. Please bring your valid, state issued, photo identification card. You may shoot your own firearm or choose one from our extensive collection rental firearms. These include Semi-auto pistols, double & single action revolvers, and variety of pistol caliber rifles. This is a great way to try before you buy, or just simply try a gun that you do not have in your collection.
Harry Beckwith Gun Dealer & Indoor Range offers a great supply of range ammo, Hornady, Remington, Federal, Winchester, PMC, and we pride ourselves on always having it in stock. We do allow patrons to bring their own ammo to use in the range, but ammunition must be purchased from Harry Beckwith Gun Dealer for use in our rental guns. Don't have your equipment, or are a new shooter? Don't worry, we have everything you will need to get shooting in no time!
"The right of the people to keep and bear…arms shall not be infringed. A well-regulated militia, composed of the body of the people, trained to arms, is the best and most natural defense of a free country…” ~James
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Stopped in this place to see what they would give me for a pistol I had sitting around. The guy behind the counter looked as though I was bothering him by being there, then proceeded to insult me by telling me that my pistol was filthy ( It's unfired, how can this be?) and that the case was full of dirt. He made it sound like I dredged this pistol up from the bottom of a lake somewhere. Then gave me a real lowball offer of $200 for a pistol I know they'd sell for $500.( And acted as though I inconvenienced him by him having to do that much.) I got a higher offer from a pawn shop, minus the insults. I would have been a first time customer but after being insulted and made to feel like I was bothering them by simply walking in the door, I will take my business elsewhere. I'll attach a recent photo I took of what he was talking about and you be the judge. Talking about how labor intensive it is to vacuum a case out that doesn't even need vacuumed? Buddy, you have bigger problems if running a vaccuum is labor intensive. This place lacks people skills and customer service is horrid. If this is how they treat every first time customer that walks through the doors, they won't be in busine
Pros: They have guns.
Cons: Lack of people skills, Terrible customer service,