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2418 Gallatin Pike N Nashville, TN 37115
2418 Gallatin Pike NorthUSTennessee37115
(615) 953-2778nrangeonline.com
Gun Shop, Ammunition Supplier
Gun Shop
Ammunition Supplier
Gun Club
Shooting Range
Today 9AM–8PM
Saturday 9AM–8PMSunday 12–6PMMonday 9AM–8PMTuesday 9AM–8PMWednesday 9AM–8PMThursday 9AM–8PMFriday 9AM–8PM
We are a full service indoor firing range and gun shop.We offer the carry permit class, firearm transfers, shooting accessories, guns and ammunition of all types. Memberships available!
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"They offer regular gun permit classes."
"Primary drawback, no functioning ac and poor ventilation in the shop and range."
"They practice a strong belief in common sense, I think."
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Dave G
a month ago
Average rating for an okay shop and range. First, the store is very simple and as one person said, they do tend to size you up a bit when you come in - even if you're returning from the range and someone new is behind the counter who didn't see you come in. I was honestly half expecting one of them to spit into a can. That being said, when I asked questions, they were polite and upfront with everything and were helpful. They practice a strong belief in common sense, I think. Most of your more serious ranges will require you to watch a video or at the very least sign a waiver if it's your first time there. Didn't happen here and I have the feeling they are very relaxed with who they let into the range to shoot - or maybe they just didn't think I was a loony and they really do focus on common sense. Prices are okay, yes their range fee is dirt cheap - it's the cheapest around that I've found. HOWEVER...the range ammo they sell is FMJ reloads from the looks of it (Sold in plastic baggies, seriously. And if it *is* reload ammo, just using it could void the warranty on some firearms, just putting that out there for those concerned with such things) and they're wanting $19 for 50 rounds of 9mm. ouch. Now the big plus for some people is, the range fee covers hearing protection and eye protection and the first target is free. Wait, what? Yeah, where everyone else will ding you if you forget or haven't yet purchased your own hearing and sight protection (and if you own a gun, why haven't you bought it yet?) these guys throw that in as a gimmie. Now the target isn't a full-sized range target, (but seriously, if you can hit this target, you'll ace any qualifiers on a full-sized target) but it is free. Which is really nice for the new shooters, but not really important to those who shoot regularly and bring their own gear. Other places may charge more for the range, but ammo can be had for as little as $15 a box (Like, a real box of factory ammo - you know, what a lot of gun manufacturers tell you to use exclusively in your firearm?). So, pay $5-10 more, save $4/box? Tough call. Of course, if you don't have your own protection, you're going to be dinged at some ranges for hearing and sight rental. It's really a wash at that point, but if you own your own gear, there are nicer looking ranges with more professional gear to shoot at and the cost might be a tiny bit cheaper if you're going to be blazing more than 100 rounds at the range that day. They have one other advantage and that is they really don't care what you're shooting on the range - want to drill a few rounds from a rifle or a shotgun? Extra $5. That's not a bad deal, especially if you just need to do some site adjustment or something, but be warned - it's not a rifle range. Max range is set more for pistol than rifle, so while you might zero in, you're only zeroed in for maybe 20-25 yards. Yes, the range is also very...rustic/slasher movie creepy? It's bare, untreated wood for the most part. Someone had some good carpenter skills to throw it together like they did, but just didn't have the time, money, knowledge or desire to do the finish work to make it look professional and not like someone threw a firing range in their basement. Wait, that's what they did...never mind. The last comment I'll make on this location is the target runners - very basic and simple, but missing a key component - stability! After running my target down to the pistol range, I stood there waiting a full two minutes (after loading two clips) just for my target to stop swinging back and forth. This is not an appearance issue - it's an accuracy issue and should most certainly be fixed ASAP. Overall, it's a decent enough range and it serves a purpose.
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Amari Ashwood
8 months ago
Amazing shooting range and gun store. They are very well equipped and will work with you to get you what you need. They offer regular gun permit classes. Their prices are the best in town, especially for the gun range for the long term memberships. They offer gun repair which is really convenient. The whole store has a very old western feel. They also sell gun paraphernalia like purses that are made for concealed carry!
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Dustin Callahan
a year ago
No bullshit. I have been to other gun ranges in the middle TN area and some of them are so picket about stupid things. One told me we could not shoot at Zombie targets, like that was a range violation of some kind. Not here they were friendly professional and allowed you to shoot at any target you have. They also have ear and eye protection for you. They were knowledgeable and professional. I have been back a few times. I have 6 gun ranges within10 miles of my house and I will make the drive out to nrange before I go to one close to me. My only complaint is they have not marked on the floor how far your target goes out from the firing line. 5 yeds 10 yrds Ect.
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A Wood
a year ago
No Air Conditioner in the classroom. The price $50 is nice but if you have health issues you may want to drive to go elsewhere. It was horrible to have to sit on folding chairs in that heat. I would not have taken the class if I had known there was no Air Conditioner. nRange could do better. I would have paid $75 for the class, happily, if there would have been air. Further, people should be warned about the heat in case they have health problems. Not a good experience. I never write reviews but the public needs to be warned about the lack of A/C.
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Todd Bandy
5 months ago
Great service, the guys were extremely helpful with my wife buying her 1st handgun. They made is feel right at home and asked/answered all questions needed for her to have a great experience. She'll be back for classes soon.
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Daniel Belcher
a year ago
The staff are friendly and knowledgeable. More than that, they are personable which certainly breeds a community atmosphere. Primary drawback, no functioning ac and poor ventilation in the shop and range. I don't mind sweating and I love the smell of gun powder, but I'm probably a minority. Of course the sweating did begin to pose as an issue with grip and load, but I guess it helps to add authenticity to train under those conditions. Second drawback, the lanes don't leave allot of organizational room. For me, this isn't a big deal, but for those that want to bring an armory in, it will be a major inconvenience. I know there are 14 stalls, but I'm not sure all 7 are always open. Just a clarification against some other reviews I've seen on here. I'll go again in the future, and expect at least the ac issues are temporary (going on at least a month now).
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Jackson Bain
a year ago
Alright range. Walking in the front door is a little uncomfortable as whoever is behind the counter for some reason has to size you up and stare when you walk in. The range bit... Could be better. The bullets hit what appears to be gravel so... After enough people are in there and enough rounds are fired the limestone dust and gunpowder smoke is pretty bad. There are better places. This place will probably be my last resort in the future.
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Dwight Hartman
2 years ago
Nrange is by far the best indoor range in the Nashville area. Shoot anything you want below .50 cal. and have some fun with your AR or AK and then have some fun with your shotgun! Nothing is frilly in the range but everything works flawlessly. I've shot in a full range before and never had a problem with a gunsmoke smell :) The people are fantastic and can answer any questions you may have including antique guns. My wife and I really enjoy this place and mostly shoot pistols. It sure is fun to have the freedom to BLAST something on occasion though!!
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