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Bullet Trap, Inc.
Gun Shop
Today 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
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2608 K Ave Plano, TX 75074
2608 K AvenueUSTexasPlano75074
(972) 881-0372bullettrapinc.com
Gun Shop, Shooting RangeToday 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 9:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
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"But what more do you want from a gun range, I really like it."
"Attended beginner's handgun course, a few one-on-one trainings and CHL class."
"The staff members are helpful, but nothing to write home about."
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George Garza
2 weeks ago
Great place to Get your C H L . Peter is awesome instructor makes the class fun and easy to understand . if you are looking for a friendly environment with a knowledgeable staff than do what i did and get a member ship so you can save money. Thanks Guy's
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Aaron O'Neal
5 months ago
Went here for an Intro to shooting course. It was a lot of fun, very formative, and practical. Our instructor Peter was great in teaching the class and kept me engaged. Being able to shoot over 21 guns was awesome and helped me to decide what kind of gun I might purchase in the future. I definitely recommend!
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Justin Shields
3 months ago
Really enjoyed my last three visits to this range. The staff has always been really helpful and friendly. Given really good advice on renting guns. The range is really spacious and you don't feel like you are crowded. I wish it was closer to Garland so I could go there more often.
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bluewire4
9 months ago
Staff has been helpful and friendly whenever I visit. I have not experienced the "attitude problems" mentioned in older reviews. The gun range is useable but lighting is substandard and air handling is weak. The range really shows its ago. Try Eagle Gun Range (Lewisville) to see how advanced and pleasant a range can be. The Bullet Trap's membership package makes the overall price very reasonable for frequent shooters. Ammo price is a bit high, but retail store is well stocked.
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spencer harrison
a week ago
The first time I visited the bullet trap I had a good time, lots of help and not a long wait so I returned with friends after I purchased a new rifle. When I arrived I was told both rifle lanes were full, ( it's a long tiny closet btw ) but the y was ok because we were there to shoot pistols also. I was told I would b informed when a rifle lanes opened and that never happened, when I asked again I found out my lane had been given away because he " thought we were good " whatever that means, then we find out that the people in the lanes were together and just using both of them. (2 hours later.) so we finally get a lane and I get criticized by some dumb vato about how I hold my rifle when he is walking around with a pistol tucked in his pants and his hand resting on it. From what I can tell this is a place that hires morons who like guns and trying to intimidate people with them. Won't be returning
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Greg Potter
3 months ago
Absolutely the worst facility and the worst staff I've ever seen in all my years! The staff is aloof and act like I should be privileged to even be allowed to come into the store, much less use the gun range. Also, if you want to be out even more money and get the same kind of treatment, then head over to their other facility at the Frisco Gun Club. I will never give either place any more business. Eagle Gun Range and Target Master are much better places, if you prefer to be treated like a human being and a valued customer.
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b anderson
5 months ago
If I could give this place less than one star, I would! I have purchased multiple firearms from the bullet trap in the past. never had any issues until today. My previous trip to this range, I called ahead to make sure they allowed steel case ammo(not to be confused with steel core). The person on the phone said yes, steel case ammo is fine. I showed up to the range that day and the female employee asked to check my ammo before entering the range. She looked at it and said I couldn't shoot it there even though I was told over the phone not even 30 min prior that steel case was ok. I asked her to check with her management and sure enough management gave me the "ok" and the girl apologized for misinforming me. Fast forward to today. Went there with my wife and two friends. I had various brands of ammo, mostly brass but about 30 rounds of steel .380. Half way through shooting a bearded guy rushed out to my lane and got and attitude with my wife because she had a few steel cased .380 rounds in her hand. He said he needed to take the remaining steel cased ammo because it wasn't allowed there. The real reason they don't want steel cased ammo there(which they don't want you to know)is because they sell the used brass they collect off of the floor and don't want to pick through the brass before SELLING your spent ammo. I told him about my previous clarification pertaining to steel case ammo and he wasn't having it. I had quite a few firearms with me in a pretty large case. The case was completely out of the walkway, not a fire hazard and not an inconvenience to any of the other patrons. It was actually too large to fit under the bench at my lane. He argued with me about placing the case under the bench even though it took up the lane next to mine as well. We have a membership at a private range but decided to give the bullet trap some business because it was convenient. HUGE MISTAKE. The staff here should communicate with one another better. Don't waste your time or money! Spend it at a better facility
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Critter Doc
8 months ago
I bought a membership here after taking the basic handgun course because I really enjoyed it, but it's by far the worst range in the area. Poorly lit, horribly ventilated, and they won't let you shoot steel casings because they want those extra few pennies selling your brass. The final straw came when I took two family members from London to shoot with me and I was told only American citizens were allowed. I thought it was a joke at first, but nope. I've not been back since. I am now a member at Eagle Range in Lewisville. Well lit, well ventilated, very friendly and knowledgeable staff, you can shoot any ammunition you want, and they don't hate anyone from outside the U.S.
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