With the land they have, it could be one of the best ranges in the state! But every area I used looked like it was thrown together with scrap wood from old pallets. I don’t need any modern amenities, but when you number your 100 yard lanes, go ahead and make sure they all actually have numbers. There were times they would tell me to go to lane 5, and I would have to look around and find one that has a number by it, and count over to find where I needed to be! I decided to check out their handgun steel area one day, and they just told me to drive around back (it’s right behind the berm from one of their rifle ranges!) and I was on my own back there. I consider myself competent and safe, but imagine if I wasn’t. They must have some kind of training area for LE, because I would always see uniformed men/women there.
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They do. Several Federal Law Enforcement groups have contracted with Jessie but I talked with the LEO instructors and they want to pull out citing poor conditions and lack of structures for their increased needs. Last I heard they are considering moving to Trinity Firearms range as the management has promised better conditions. If Jessie would come back to reality he can make it an awesome range.