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Old May 15th, 2019, 06:06 AM #1
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What ranges would you recommend in the Baltimore area?

Iíve usually been going to Maryland Small Arms since my in laws go with me. They live about 15 mins from it. Trying to find something closer for when they canít go with me. Any recommendations?


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Old May 15th, 2019, 07:30 AM #2
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Look at Freestate in Middle River.
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Look at Freestate in Middle River.


Definitely will. Heard about this and Machine Gun Nest.


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Old May 15th, 2019, 08:11 AM #4
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You can also see where all the ranges are in your intro thread.

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Definitely will. Heard about this and Machine Gun Nest.


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The Machine Gun Nest is a bit of a drive for you but it is right off an I-70 exit and well worth at least one visit. Itís not a huge range but just very well run, nice folks and nice facility.
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Old May 15th, 2019, 03:32 PM #6
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I second the Machine Gun Nest.
Nice place.
Call to see when they are not busy if you are traveling from Balto.
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Maybe not so convenient, but for others, Bel Air Gun Range is not bad.

My only real complaint is, they are quick to sweep the brass forward of the line. And I WANT my brass.
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Oh freestate has gotten quite quick at doing this as well. I’m sure it’s a money thing for the ranges
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Think I may try Freestate out. Good thing I checked out there site and saw that you canít shoot steel cases ammo there. Guess Iíll have to grab some brass.


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If you take Free State's holster-draw class (completely worthless for instruction but required if you want to draw on their range), be sure to BRING your little laminated card on the yellow lanyard. I forgot mine and they wouldn't look it up on the computer and temporarily let me draw on the range that day. I live an hour's drive from there. Pissed me off so much - - - I had been looking at a new Walther 9mm as my Father's Day gift to me, that I walked out and told them to keep the Walther - - - I'd shop elsewhere.
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