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Postby KelTecMuscle » Fri Dec 23, 2011 11:52 pm

DF_Fan wrote:For the Dayton area, Vandalia Range and Armory is my pick. Nice, modern range and very friendly staff. Here is their site, www.vra-ohio.com.

These guys prices are super high compared to Vandalia Tactical and Old English Outfitters which are close by.
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Re: Shooting Ranges and Dealer information.

Postby Patriot1 » Thu Feb 02, 2012 9:20 pm

A new gunshop opened up in Hartville (stark county), called RJ's defense.
Its a great little store, they specialize in tactical/defense weapons, Ar-15s, Aks, and are also a class 3 dealer.
They said they want to start offering CCW courses and maybe open a range sometime.

They seem like really nice people, I would like to see them do well. If you're ever in Hartville, stop by.

Rjs-defense.com is their website
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Postby disabledarmyvet » Fri Jun 22, 2012 8:06 pm

KelTecMuscle wrote:
DF_Fan wrote:For the Dayton area, Vandalia Range and Armory is my pick. Nice, modern range and very friendly staff. Here is their site, http://www.vra-ohio.com.

These guys prices are super high compared to Vandalia Tactical and Old English Outfitters which are close by.


Surely you jest. A few weeks ago, Vandalia Tactical had a 9mm Shield for $500. MSRP is only $449. I was looking for something (I don't remember for the life of me what it was know) at Gallery of Guns. Animal's Arms, PSG, and a few other local small GS listed it for sale at $539. OE had it for $580. Oh I remember, it was the Gen 4 Glock 26.

BTW, when they have them, VRA's price for the shield is below MSRP.
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Re: Shooting Ranges and Dealer information.

Postby AzRanger » Thu Jul 26, 2012 7:21 am

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RyeMiles wrote:Sherwin Shooting sports in Eastlake is now their only location. You DO NOT need to buy their ammo as was previously mentioned but if you do you get a $4.00 discount on range time. ($18.00 with your ammo $14.00 with ammo purchase. Per vsit not by the hour) Ammo prices are in line with everyone else. You can shoot any caliber up to a .308! 50 ft. range and 14 stalls. They offer a CCW class once a month. 8)


I wonder about their ventilation. I was in there by myself several weeks ago and took off my hearing protection. I could not hear any exhaust fans running.




All you have to do is ask. Since you were the only one back there they may have forgot to put on the fans. There is more than adequate ventilation there.

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Postby VeganTaxidermist » Wed Nov 21, 2012 12:17 am

Patriot1 wrote:A new gunshop opened up in Hartville (stark county), called RJ's defense.
Its a great little store, they specialize in tactical/defense weapons, Ar-15s, Aks, and are also a class 3 dealer.
They said they want to start offering CCW courses and maybe open a range sometime.

They seem like really nice people, I would like to see them do well. If you're ever in Hartville, stop by.

Rjs-defense.com is their website


Went by there a few weeks ago. They were offering a CHL class, which I signed up for. Great class--went through 125 rounds during the range time.

Good place to stop by and chat. Knowledgeable owners. They seem to specialise in Class III stuff, suppressors, SBRs, etc. I believe their price for an FFL transfer is $25.

I'll post more if I get around to buying something from them.
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Re: Shooting Ranges and Dealer information.

Postby acbrian1 » Mon Dec 10, 2012 8:32 pm

Trumbull county, Niles, Ohio has the Western Reserve Fish and Game Sportsmans Club. Indoor and outdoor range. www.wrfga.com
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Postby 02sr5trd » Wed Jan 30, 2013 7:46 pm

http://www.riversiderange.com/

http://proarmament.com/


Located in Cuyahoga falls. Great selection, knowledgeable staff ! Guns, Ammo, Holsters, Mags, Bags, Optics, Ar-15 accesories....And a range. Love this place.
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Re: Shooting Ranges and Dealer information.

Postby Nocturnx » Tue Feb 05, 2013 4:59 pm

I haven't been there lately but I've heard Stonewall remodeled their lanes and it is very nice. Anyone been there recently? I usually go to Hickory Ridge and it has always been a good experience. They recently revamped their website and now offer online gun sales.
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Re: Shooting Ranges and Dealer information.

Postby AzRanger » Wed Mar 06, 2013 8:46 pm

Nocturnx wrote:I haven't been there lately but I've heard Stonewall remodeled their lanes and it is very nice. Anyone been there recently? I usually go to Hickory Ridge and it has always been a good experience. They recently revamped their website and now offer online gun sales.



I heard from several people that you can only load one round at a time when shooting a rifle there. I don't know if this applies to lever actions and bolt actions or just semi-autos. Kinda ridiculous don;t ya think??

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Re: Shooting Ranges and Dealer information.

Postby vincentsamuele » Sun May 19, 2013 10:36 am

Sherwin in Eastlake great to go to just get some shooting time in friendly staff but parking is difficult.
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Re: Shooting Ranges and Dealer information.

Postby steves 50de » Mon Oct 28, 2013 7:10 pm

I went to Select fire in berea with m&P bill to check the place out and all i can say is wow i was impressed how they run the place. Their saftey program and range procedure's are first class and IMO blow's stonewall out of the water for a safe range. I'am on the waiting list to get a membership.
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Re: Shooting Ranges and Dealer information.

Postby curmudgeon3 » Mon Jul 28, 2014 7:02 pm

I wasn't that impressed with Select Fire, too small and claustrophobic. Acoustics not good. :|
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Re: Shooting Ranges and Dealer information.

Postby pirateguy191 » Mon Jul 28, 2014 7:36 pm

curmudgeon3 wrote:I wasn't that impressed with Select Fire, too small and claustrophobic. Acoustics not good. :|


Good thing you're not Pavarotti. :wink: I enjoyed the place, myself.
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Re: Shooting Ranges and Dealer information.

Postby M4Eagle » Thu Jul 31, 2014 8:37 pm

In 30+ years as an avid outdoorsman n a guy who has more firearms than I can count... Norton's small gun store just north of Delaware is the best customer focused dealership I know of. I've been going there since 1988 and it just gets more n more customer friendly as the years go by. Check it out all you big gun store customers.
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Re: Shooting Ranges and Dealer information.

Postby concreteguy » Sun Sep 28, 2014 2:12 pm

Does anyone have any first hand experience with the public range at Monroe Lake Wildlife Area? I'll be in the area in a few weeks with a few hours to kill. I've tried searching here and on Buckeye Firearms, but could not find anything of use. Thanks.
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