Range USA, Inc.
Shooting Range
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2770 Whitten Rd Memphis, TN 38133, United States
2770 Whitten RoadUSTennesseeMemphis38133
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"Date night was great, range very well ventilated."
3 reviewers
"Took my carry permit class there."
"Courteous staff, nice facility, great Ruben sandwich."
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Richard B
2 weeks ago
I took my permit class here. My instructor was Mike D. Our instructor was a complete blow hard. I wish I was joking when I said that at least 3hrs of the class was spent on talking about how great he was. The first 40 minutes of instruction after intros was spent telling us we should introduce ourselves to him if we see him in public as he might mistake us for bad guys. He spent so much time talking about how great he was and then complained about people asking questions. He cut every single person who asked a question off. He talked over people. The pamphlet did a better job teaching the class. We left the class feeling sorry for his wife but not more knowledgeable than when we started. For a police officer his lack of OSPEC was appalling. I know that his wife works part time as a trauma nurse (where she works), he lives on a 30acre farm, only mows 3acres, outside of Jackson, TN, he has one son at home, owns 3 dogs, and wakes up between 6-6:30am. I didn't take notes on his personal life just what I can remember off the top of my head. I'm a pro police, conservative white dude and I was uncomfortable with how often he made racist comments. We had 6+ black students in our class and you would think he would have more sense. He is best buds with the lead training guy, which made it a bit hard to complain to him. Mike might be a great guy to enjoy a beer with but his narcissism makes him a poor instructor. The range itself was okay. Although, a few of the rental firearms were poorly maintained. The guys behind the counter were friendly, the food was good and prices were reasonable. I might give the place another chance as we have very limited choices in Shelby county. However, I will tell my friends to take their permit class elsewhere.
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Paul A. Phillips
5 months ago
Staff is always friendly and the classes are good - very knowledgeable and experienced instructors. Offer various specials depending on the night of the week.
12 months ago
i was recently at range usa and I had several VERY unpleasant issues. The BIGGEST issue I had was the fact that there was A EXTREMELY rude and VERY disrespectful short bald white male behind the counter that open carries a 1911. He was so rude that when I was paying for the rental I almost told him to forget it that I would take my business elsewhere. The only reason that I didn't is because my fiancé really wanted to shoot at an indoor range sense she typically shoots at an outdoor range. The next issue that I has was that the gun we rented was obviously poorly maintained. The bolt didn't lock back to the rear like it was supposed to, the action felt very gritty and dry, I constantly got stovepipes and double feeds every few rounds, I was always having to tap rack bang and tap rack rack bang, and the fully seated mag fell out multiple times and I know the mag was fully seated because I seated it FIRMLY and it fell out after a tap and before I could rack. The people at the lane next to us also was having problems with their rental as well. Next time I go if the rude guy with apparent little guy syndrome is behind the counter I will not acknowledge him and will wait for other service from the more polite employees. The only reason why I would ever go back is to support a second amendment supporting company and the restaurant.
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Steven Ozemba
2 years ago
A most excellent establishment of experienced handgun, semi-automatic, rifle, etc. professionals with the highest upkeep of quality training. They can focus on different training levels, gun types, and their range is well kept. They don't make you nervous or unwanted because they'd much rather strive to make you feel comfortable and at home. Their restaurant is respectively good with a nice menu list and outlooks the firing range. The selection of ammunition, firearms, and accessories is straightforward and in depth. Their classes are very hands on and intuitive. Overall, a very great rendition of modern firing range mixed with traditional style; a good place to start or continue to learn about all aspects of your 2nd Amendment rights.
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Shea Schrepf
6 months ago
By far the best shooting experience I've had. People very friendly, food was good! Date night was great, range very well ventilated. My first choice even driving from Southaven.
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Micheal Cooley
5 months ago
Courteous staff, nice facility, great Ruben sandwich. If they could accommodate larger caliber firearms I'd give them five start but alas, they can not.
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Shane Martin
4 months ago
Nice range and great food too!
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Matthew Nowlin
6 years ago
I've enjoyed shooting my entire life and have shot at ranges in many parts of the country. Range USA has, by far, the nicest facilities of any public range I've shot at, other than the Smith and Wesson factory range in Springfield, MA. The staff is knowledgeable, and I have never gone through a class at the range that didn't leave me with a "my money was worth it!" sensation. Their facility has given more permit classes than any other in Tennessee. I like Range USA! 5/5!
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