WHAT IF I NEVER SHOT A FIREARM BEFORE?
Don't worry, we all start somewhere. We will make sure you are confident and comfortable before having you live fire at the range. Safety First!
I'M SCARED OF FIREARMS?
We will help you understand the ins and outs of firearms. We want you to feel comfortable handling any firearm safely and work through any mis-conceptions you may have.
I DON'T OWN A FIREARM?
We can help fit you to a firearm that will work for your specific needs and lifestyle. Once we find one that fits your needs we can order it for you.
ARE FIREARMS SAFE?
Just like anything else, there is a danger when using and handling firearms. However, when you are properly trained and follow all the safety procedures and respect the firearms you have a better chance of not having any incidents.
CAN MY FIREARM GO OFF BY ITS SELF?
Firearms are manufactured and built with various safety features. You need to consult your firearms manufacture for more specific information. Generally speaking, a trigger pull is required in order for the firearm to go off. This is why some people do not carry their firearm with a round in the chamber.
SHOULD I CARRY MY FIREARM IN MY POCKET?
NOPE, never unless it is in a special holster with no round in the chamber. You do not want to reach into your pocket and accidentally have your firearm go off. just don't do it.
SHOULD I KEEP MY FIREARM LOCKED UP ALL THE TIME?
YES, anytime you are not physically in control of your firearm or it is not on your person it should be locked up.
IS THERE INSURANCE AVAILABLE TO HELP PROTECT ME?
Yes. Text PA217168 to phone number 281-603-0066 and information will be sent to your cell phone. Or email us at email@example.com
I HAVE A CCW LICENSE, CAN I LEAVE THE FIREARM IN MY CAR?
We suggest researching where you are going, find out the rules for carrying in a specific store, restaurant, or any location you plan on visiting. When in doubt call ahead. If you find yourself in a situation where you cannot bring a firearm into your destination you should have a lockbox ready under your seat that is secured to the vehicle. Most firearms are stolen from cars, locked or unlocked.