Although it's not a NJ establishment I believe West Side Rifle and Pistol Range is the last indoor gun range that exists in NYC of all places. I happen to know the guys and they are a great bunch of guys. I found out that they are also hurting like all other self owned businesses and someone mentioned they have a gofundme page currently. The fact that they are a 2A establishment and also the only one left in the NYC I figured i can let our forum members know about their page. They did not come to me about this but if I can help out a business/friend and spread the word I will do so and for a good bunch of guys. I understand that for some of us it's hard to donate but if you can that would be great. If you can also spread the word and post on your social media sites that would be great. I would do so but I don't have any accounts on FB, IG or other sites. If you do donate drop them a message that it was you heard about them via NJGF!
I just wanted to take a moment and wish a very warm welcome, once again, to Shore Shot Pistol Range! @shore_shot
A very cool fairly recently remodeled range and a nice big store with plenty of firearms for you to try! One of the oldest in NJ with plenty for both new and more experienced shooters. I recall coming here after Rays closed up.
Also, please visit the vendor page here
After over a year since planning approval, Reloaderz NJ's range in Wayne seems to be on its way. It is located at the old Fuddrucker's site on Rt. 23 South. Construction has been slow but a new sign promising "coming soon" has been erected. Their website had little information but they are accepting emails for notifications when they are open for business.
I live very close but I'm worried they will be as expensive as GFH in Woodland Park. Here's hoping...
I'm a new owner and I've been researching ranges around Camden County to western Burlington. There's 2 standout things I've learned: there's a range coming to Cinnaminson in the spring (Legacy Indoor Range and armory), Hague's is currently offering free range time. My Hague's research tells me they're expensive. But I'm guessing that even at $30 box, with free range time, I can go just to shoot 1 or 2 boxes and fare well on expenses. So has anyone been to Hague's recently? What do they get for a box of 50 9mm or .38 special?.
The Hague's free time is posted on the their facebook page:
Update: I went to Hague's this afternoon with my son. I paid $30 for box of 50 .38 special and $10 per box of 12 gauge slugs. The range was cold but usable without a hat or gloves. The targets at 5 yards were a little dark, past that they were reasonably lit. The staff was friendly. Overall, we are happy with our visit. Even though ammo would have been cheaper else, range time would have cost $40, so we saved $30 to $35. This was a worthwhile visit. With the free range time, I will definitely go back.
Could you clarify this please? - the Firearms Investigation Unit at my local PD said I wouldn't have an issue at my LGS using a license with an expiration date that was auto-extended by the MVC. They actually issued me my FID card under the expired license (expiry date was early June). I have a couple of sales purchases going through this week and just want to be sure I'm not going to have hassle.