Hi. Let me tell you a little about Allen Arms Indoor Range. We do charge $5 extra to use your own ammo, for sure. Why? To hold range fees down, pay for clean up and maintenance not covered by our ammo sales, and to provide empty brass for our reloader. In this way we keep our ammo prices down. How does $12.50 for50 FMJ 9mm sound?
We have 13 lanes, allow shooting of arms up to 50 BMG. We are open 7 days a week, closing only Christmas and Easter. The range is fully visible from the store area, which is comprehensive, by the way, which is great for spectators to view some of our competitions. Some are low/no light IDPA type, simulating night and indoor shooting scenarios, so nobody sees them but the shooter and the ROs! we allow rapid fire, drawing from holster, and concealed carry. we offer a full line of training, from Introduction to Handgun/rifle, through CWP, and Level II Defensive Shooting, by some of the best trainers in the Upstate. We also have Individual Training to work on any facet of your skills you wish, from Basic Marksmanship to down and dirty Defensive shooting skills, including maintenance and custom work.The training schedule offers CWP courses twice a week and 12-15 various courses a month. We have an excellent in-house gun smith, and we sponsor several excellent action shooting competitors-"Team Allen Arms".
We have an extensive line of firearms for sale, from Taurus to Night Hawk, concentrating on tactical and defensive/concealed carry. We have a large selection of ARs, and I know the largest stock of ammunition in the Upstate. .380s and .38s are tough right now, but we have plenty of the important stuff.
Oh, we are a class III dealer as well. Our suppressor business is booming, and we just received 25 14" Mossberg pump guns. We have full autos in H&K MP5, M16s, AK47, and soon Tommy Gun, to complement our full range of standard rentals, from .22s to Desert Eagle and S&W .500, and M1A.
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