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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Altoona Indoor Range

    has any one shoot there yet

  2. #12
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    Default Re: Altoona Indoor Range

    Quote Originally Posted by mmi View Post
    has any one shoot there yet

    Read my post #6 in this thread.
    NRA, USCCA, GT, GSSF, DC, PAFOA, AGO, DH

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Altoona Indoor Range

    I didn't shoot but did stop to check the store out. Nice place definatley add it to my list of places to stop at when I'm down that way. Very friendly too

  4. #14
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    Default Re: Altoona Indoor Range

    Quote Originally Posted by mmi View Post
    any class 3 rentals
    Went there this past Friday night with the wife. No class 3 rentals. They have some AR's, AK's and a variety of handguns for rent. $5 for pistol, $10 for rifle plus ammo.

    I brought two of my handguns with my own ammo to shoot and rented an AR for the wife to shoot in hopes she would like it and let me get one . I think it worked!

  5. #15
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    Default Re: Altoona Indoor Range

    Quote Originally Posted by firewms4289 View Post
    Went there this past Friday night with the wife. No class 3 rentals. They have some AR's, AK's and a variety of handguns for rent. $5 for pistol, $10 for rifle plus ammo.

    I brought two of my handguns with my own ammo to shoot and rented an AR for the wife to shoot in hopes she would like it and let me get one . I think it worked!
    That's $10 very well spent!

    Just don't let her know how much accessories you plan to put on the AR, and how much they would cost.....

  6. #16
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    Default Re: Altoona Indoor Range

    I'm wondering if anything or anyone's views have changed about the Altoona Indoor Range since the last post about it. I've only been inside once for ammo, but there were only a couple people inside, and I felt very awkward asking about the facilities when I was only there for a few-minutes-long transaction. It's a shame they don't have a website or a social media presence.

    I do most of my shooting at Blair County Fish, Forestry, and Game (Riggle's Gap) and ultimately wondering whether a membership at the indoor range would be worth it.
    Don't ask me about Eat'n'Park's chicken parm.

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    Default Re: Altoona Indoor Range

    Quote Originally Posted by Espaguetis View Post
    I'm wondering if anything or anyone's views have changed about the Altoona Indoor Range since the last post about it. I've only been inside once for ammo, but there were only a couple people inside, and I felt very awkward asking about the facilities when I was only there for a few-minutes-long transaction. It's a shame they don't have a website or a social media presence.

    I do most of my shooting at Blair County Fish, Forestry, and Game (Riggle's Gap) and ultimately wondering whether a membership at the indoor range would be worth it.
    Google says that it's permanently closed. This thread is from 2014

  8. #18
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    Default Re: Altoona Indoor Range

    Building is still up for sale.
    Riggles Gap is nice and the road is almost always passable during times of snow.
    If you want something smaller with some nice folks , run up sugar run , hook a left at the top and make a very quick right and run down Sandusky to the bottom.
    At the bottom next to the ball field make a left and go to Gallitizin Sportsman.
    They only have a range out to 100yds but a stocked pond for the kiddies ….. and adults who can't read and just need a fish???
    But they are nice people and have a good deal of things that go on and things for kids over the holidays.
    Of course there is the Altoona sportsman club ….. but whateever

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