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Old July 9th, 2009, 12:16 PM #1
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Does anyone recommend going to Select Fire to shoot? I just got my 1911 and want to put some rounds through it, but aside from driving out to western maryland I don't really know where to go to shoot it. Select Fire is right down the street from the house, but I've heard some horror stories about the guys that work there.

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Old July 9th, 2009, 12:17 PM #2
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Drive the extra few miles to On Target on 175 in Odenton.
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Old July 9th, 2009, 12:21 PM #3
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Drive the extra few miles to On Target on 175 in Odenton.
+1. select fire is close to me too. Drive to On Target unless you enjoy getting yelled at as soon as you walk in the door and treated like a moron
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Continental Arms in Timonium would be a bit of a drive for you, but is the next closest alternative if you find that you don't like On Target or Select Fire.
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Drive the extra few miles to On Target on 175 in Odenton.
i couldnt stress the enought. the people at on target are a pleasure to be around. nice help full. select fire it feels like your being talked down to and like you shouldn't even be there
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I dropped in On Target one evening on the way home from work and was able to browse without being accosted....asked a few questions and left with some ammo. Pretty routine stuff for them, I imagine, but it was nice not being treated like an idiot.
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Baddevildog and I were in SF last Thursday; not a problem....zip. Wayne was there when we came in (said no cell phones) I lifted my shirt and said no cell phone and laughed and then he laughed, and the "kid" was there when we left (spent 10 minutes showing us pics of his car he's restoring) . Not personal friends with either, only been in there since last year, less than a dozen times and I'm not a good old boy. I don't like going when it's crowded, but during the week you don't have to deal with that. I think there may have been one person when we got there who came and left, and another 2 that were together who came in while we were there.
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I've shot at two indoor ranges in the area - Select Fire and On Target.

I bought a family membership to On Target.
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I frequent On-Target, I like the people there and it's closer. I went to Select-Fire once about a year ago. The range itself is nice, but dimly-lit. No horror story, but the guy that checked us in was a bit abrupt and ragged on me for having a Glock... Considering On-Target's closer, they'll get my business. I've yet to try out Continental, it's farther away but I'll check it out sometime.
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Continental Arms in Timonium would be a bit of a drive for you, but is the next closest alternative if you find that you don't like On Target or Select Fire.
how is continental? i've yet to make it out there. always looking to try new places
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