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2418 Gallatin Pike N Madison, TN 37115
2418 Gallatin Pike NorthUSTennessee37115
Gun Shop, Ammunition Supplier
Gun Shop
Ammunition Supplier
Shooting Range
Gun Club
Today 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 8:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 8:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 8:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 8:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 8:00 pmSaturday 9:00 am – 8:00 pmSunday 12:00 – 6:00 pm
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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A Wood
a week 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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Jackson B
4 months 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.
Van Richmond
a year ago
Terrible experience with nRange and the owner on Dec. 18, 2013. The gun range is extremely cramped and extremely rough - unless burlap bags and barn lumber is your idea of a modern range. The target moving system seems to be a homemade operation that is unreliable and certainly underwhelms you. Both of our lanes broke down. Additionally, the range was so cold you could see your breath, so we left much sooner than planned. Lastly, the filtration system is nonexistent - the cloud of gun smoke never cleared, making it harder to see the targets. When I mentioned the temperature to the owner, he became defensive and verbally combative, saying HE likes it colder and he wasn't going to make 40 trips a day down to the range to adjust the temperature. He also said they use a fresh-air system for filtration that is "better for you." In summary, he opened a business with the cheapest approach to installing a range and doesn't at all care about the customers or their comfort. It is evident return business and customer service are unimportant to him. Finally, using their range is $15 while Guns and Leather, which is just up the street in Hendersonville, is only $10 with a much better approach to customer service and a far better gun range to enjoy.
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Aaron West
3 years ago
My first visit to NRange was over the weekend. I typically go to a different range that's about an hour from my house. NRange is much closer so I wanted to try it out in hopes it would be nice enough to visit frequently and maybe even buy a membership. The gentlemen who checked me in was very nice and I was quickly downstairs in the range. I was not impressed at the setup from the start. There were only 6 or 7 lanes and all but two were occupied. I was immediately made aware of the ventilation problem mentioned by another reviewer. It was really hard to breathe with every breath feeling like it was nothing but gun exhaust. The lanes were quite small with not much space to spread your equipment out. I had to be careful to make sure I didn't drop anything over the ledge and into the firing area. The controls to send your targets out and back from the range were simple buttons with hand written arrows indicating the directions for each button. There were no yardage markers on the floor like there are in other ranges in town. I was able to get 150 rounds of shooting in before I had to pack up and leave. I was getting light-headed and needed fresh air. Note that during my time in the range it went from nearly full to just 3 lanes being occupied. I felt I had a pretty good sense of how the ventilation would work whether full or not. It'd obviously be better with just one shooter but I still think it'd be a bit of a problem. It was also very hot as I think there was zero AC or air being circulated throughout the downstairs area. To sum up, I like the shop. The people seemed the nice, the store has a great layout that isn't typical of gun stores and I really, really wanted to like the range. But I didn't. If I were in a real serious time crunch I might visit their range again. But given all of the above I'd rather drive 2 hours (round trip) to visit the other range with a much better setup. What would cause me to give a higher rating for this range? 1) solve the ventilation issue. You have to get the "gun air" out and fresh air in. That will not happen without adding some equipment A/C, ducts, etc. 2) redo the lane counters. Make them larger with more storage area. Perhaps a second shelf under the existing table top 3) make the sides of the lanes (what each person stands between) more substantial. It looked like a single 2x4 with potato sack wrapping around it was used. I'd triple the width (front to back) to put more of a barrier between each lane. Getting hit in the face from someone elses ejected cartridges is not fun.
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Dustin Callahan
a month 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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Dwight Hartman
a year 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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John Fisher
6 months ago
friendly and knowledgeable. range is a little cold but it's all good
Brandon Watters
2 years ago
Went their to check on the possibly of a hard drive having a date with a .45, and they seemed cool with it, They just said, sure bring it in, and have someway to secure it. Which is something most ranges would not consider. Went back a few weeks later just to test fire a weapon that hadn't been fired in many months.Walked right in and was able to get a lane, no problem. When it came to firing the weapon it wouldn't even fire due to a malfunctioning drop safety. They fixed it, no questions asked. Yes their prices may seem a little high, but you get what you pay for and their service is well worth the price you pay. Will definitely return.
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