3D Virtual Tour
Explore The Cabin with our 3D Virtual Tour by ConversionWorx Media
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Join The Cabin Club And Save
Save money on rental fees and range time with one of our Cabin Club packages
Experience TI Training
A recent addition, we are proud to offer TI Training, an interactive live shooting video system that enables shooters to use live ammo while experiencing real-life scenarios simulated on large screens displayed on the range. Currently available only on Thursdays. To learn more about this, check out our Gun Range page or call us today at (570) 550-9032
Questions About The Cabin?
No Worries, We Got You Covered! Here’s Some Questions We Hear Often That May Help You Get Comfortable With How Everything Works Around Here… Of Course, If You Have A Question That Is Not Listed Here, Please Feel Free to Call Us Anytime During Our Posted Business Hours…
Is this a private range? Can I shoot here without a membership?
We are a public range, and as such, membership in not required to shoot here. We do have a set of Cabin Club memberships with various perks for those interested.
Are there lanes available during events?
We have two ranges and a total of 19 lanes so there are lanes available for public use during events.
Who can shoot at the range? I have never shot a gun; can I use the range? Do I need a gun license to shoot?
Anyone from any state or country can shoot as long as you are not a convicted felon, do not have any other charges against you the would prohibit you from handling a firearm, and are not under the influence of any drugs or alcohol. If you are 21 or older you can rent and shoot pistols, 18 or older can rent and shoot rifles. Ages 10 and up can shoot anything with a parent or guardian (someone 24 or older) present. If you are a new shooter let us know. We will make sure you know how to operate a firearm safely.
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- You must be 21 years old to shoot a handgun and 18 years old to shoot a long gun – if you bring your own firearm.
Anyone under 21 must have a parent or legal guardian present to shoot a hand gun.
Anyone under 18 must have a parent or legal guardian present to shoot a long gun.
- Obey all commands and instructions from Range Officers.
- Stay behind the firing line at all times. No retrieval of spent cartridges or anything dropped across the firing line. Ask range officer for assistance.
- One person per lane is permitted to fire at a time. Stay within lines marked in booth.