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Thread: Gagnons Shooting Centre tour.

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    Really?

    You expect them to staff the range at 1:AM?
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    Quote Originally Posted by njlondon View Post
    Really?

    You expect them to staff the range at 1:AM?
    Who said anything about staff?? The place I go to is 24/hrs. No staff needed, just responsible firearm owners and a sh*t load of cameras!!

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    Great place.

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    " Who said anything about staff?? The place I go to is 24/hrs. No staff needed, just responsible firearm owners and a sh*t load of cameras!! "
    Same here.

    That's really the whole point to an indoor range. You can shoot 24/7/365.

    No daylight issues. No weather issues. No issues with noise complaints.

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    I'm a member at Gagnon. It is a well maintained facility. It is bright, clean, excellent ventilation and electronic target positioning. Even though I live in Mississauga, it is still worth the drive to there. Staffs from there, they are respectful & knowledgeable. To name a few, Reception ladies Debbie, Natalie, Darlene, Terry, they are patient & courteous. ROs like Larry, Peter, etc (sorry can't remember all of you guys' name), they are knowledgeable, helpful, courteous & respectful. I'm a new shooter. They ensure that I have positive & safe shooting experience everytime. Yes, they have a lot of ROs to ensure the range is safe.
    If you are not sure about this range, pls just take a tour to discover by yourself.

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    I have been active in hunting and shooting sports for almost 50 years, Gagnon is one of the best indoor ranges I have ever had the pleasure to shoot in. It is clean, friendly, safe and well run. The hours of operation are suitable for most people. If not I guess there are other places that are open 24/7 that will accommodate.

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    How does it work with walk-ins? Can you book lanes? First-come, first-served? Fees?

    I'm really interested in this. I'm sick of losing 3 months of pistol shooting a year. I've been looking for an indoor range.
    Last edited by BAAC; 10-04-2019 at 10:09 PM.
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    another thing to note is you're only allowed to bring the same guest 2 times then they HAVE to become a member to shoot there.

    it costs like 40$ to bring a guest after you use up your 4 free range passes

    I still think the 800ish dollars you have to spend to join is steep for a range that has limited hours and this many guest restrictions.

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    Give them a call. As I recall, a tour was just walk around. For shooting, talk to the receptionist, they will be happy to assist you.
    I only go there during weekend. I never need to wait for a lane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAAC View Post
    How does it work with walk-ins? Can you book lanes? First-come, first-served? Fees?

    I'm really interested in this. I'm sick of losing 3 months of pistol shooting a year. I've been looking for an indoor range.
    Give them a call. As I recall, a tour was just walk around. For shooting, talk to the receptionist, they will be happy to assist you.
    I only go there during weekend. I never need to wait for a lane.

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