Two New Indoor Ranges To Open In Frederick

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08 Dec 2014 17:31 - 08 Dec 2014 18:05#1 by cypherpunk
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Who will be first to market, what type of clients will they cater to, and how will the facilities, services and training compare?

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The Machine Gun Nest


Heritage Training Center

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08 Dec 2014 18:06#2 by cypherpunk
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16 Dec 2014 20:26#3 by ttmd
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The outsides of the bldgs is one thing, but they're both new on the inside. I think that will ultimately decide the question. Capabilities based on classrooms & related technology, instructor pedigree, public areas, ameneties, etc. On the range, how many lanes, distance, programs offered - IDPA, USPCA, etc. and ultimately, will staff be normal people, or range-nazis. Another thing that may be a factor is the location. For peole unfamiliar with the Frederick area, the Machinegun Nest is probably easier to find, with much less traffic in the area. Finally, how much will they cost, and will either have requirements to buy ammo there, etc. All that aside, it's impossible that either of them will be able to beat the price of nearby organizations with oudoor ranges.

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26 Feb 2015 00:53#4 by ttmd
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I've heard that Machine Gun Nest still plans to open in March. Any updates from Heritage? I haven't driven by their site in a while, but their website didn't seem to be updated as of a week or so ago.

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26 Feb 2015 17:08#5 by cypherpunk
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Heritage just got inspected and permission to close in walls per their website.

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06 Jan 2016 11:20#6 by gs8212
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I joined the Machinegun
Nest and love it. Well run, up to date on sign-in (swipe card for members), and supportive of my 14 year old shooting there (I believe the other range is only 21 and above).

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