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Triangle Shooting Academy

Discussion in 'Shooting Ranges' started by xRHINOx, Jun 28, 2017.

  1. xRHINOx

    xRHINOx Registered Member

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    I wanted to give a shout out to TSA. Meet a few friends and got some range time in on Monday evening. It was a pleasure to use the range. RO's were polite and respectful!

    Thanks
     
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  2. JGrigg86

    JGrigg86 Shameless Glock Fanboy Club Subscribed

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    While the hourly rate is a little expensive, the range is very nice. The RO's pretty much leave you alone if you know what you're doing and follow their rules.
     
  3. elenaidan

    elenaidan Lifetime Member Lifetime Member

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    Been there a couple times. It is nice.
     
  4. crashclint

    crashclint Club Subscribed Club Subscribed

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    I really want to join TSA but it is just too expensive. You would think with the markup on guns and ammo there they could bring the cost of membership down $100. $700 a year for me and wife is quite excessive.
     
  5. Slacker

    Slacker Well-Known Member

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    Is it really $700 a year?
    Yowza.

    Eta:
    Family** $695/Per Year (Includes Spouse)
    $100/ Per Year for each additional family member

    **non refundable.
    Family members must be under 21.
     
    Last edited: Mar 1, 2018
  6. Have gun-will travel

    Have gun-will travel Member

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    For someone like myself at
    71 living on Social Security, there's no way I can pay those prices. With today's ammo prices and lack of availability of ammo why pay those exorbitant prices for place to shoot when you ain't got no ammo .ridiculous. Even if I had ammo and was still working I would not pay those prices
     

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