Responsibility, Safety and Education
Paul, as long as you can maintain safe control of your kids during the program, which includes a session of live fire, that would be fine. Expect to spend about 2 hours at the range, depending on the size of the class. Please contact me by email with any other questions.
Can I bring my children (7, 11) to the orientation? I don't plan on bringing them to the range otherwise but I have them next weekend. THANKS
Albert Fortin, you can contact Dennis through his email
firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a visit/tour of the range.
I had fill out the members application, I would like to visit the range be for I send the application fee to see if I like the range set-up, I guess a visit from me can be done at any time,
Dues are per membership not per person.
Anonymous wrote:The guests policy is more for showing friends the range or bringing the same guest one or two times. With the hopes they will become a member. Not meant as a means to always bring the same person or family member with you (this would only apply to the spouse of the applicant).
I have been considering applying for membership and have noticed that the initiation fee includes the member and spouse of the member, does this mean the spouse also needs to pay dues, or is that included in the dues for the member?
Can me and my dad join and one or the other be a guest? I am over 21 and my father is retired. Just wanted a place we could shoot together. Thanks
I just this week sent my application, only to find that the orientation classes are available only on Sundays that I, unfortunately, am scheduled to work through the end of the year. Is there any possibility of scheduling on an alternate day, or perhaps getting a private orientation?
Orientations are always the second Sunday of the month. Unless the class fills up early, then we may schedule a second class that month.