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New range coming to NW Harris County (HWY290-FM1960)

Posted: Sun Aug 05, 2018 9:53 pm
by Maxwell
Wow! This is opening less than a mile from my house!

https://shootpointblank.com/houston/

Crud! That's going to get more of my money than the Home Depot!

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Re: New range coming to NW Harris County (HWY290-FM1960)

Posted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 12:08 am
by Scott B.
I drove by the other day. Interesting location. Least they'll have FD/EMS close by.

Re: New range coming to NW Harris County (HWY290-FM1960)

Posted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 5:57 am
by TreyHouston
I as well drive by this site a few weeks ago. It is an inside range. I like the location.

Re: New range coming to NW Harris County (HWY290-FM1960)

Posted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 8:56 am
by puma guy
Not far from Hot Wells Gun Range. They are a large corporate entity with many locations especially in the north. Ohio, Indiana, Illinois. They have long range rifles and shotgun shooting. but I couldn't find any information about distances on the several location websites fro rifle or pistol. All indoor ranges from what I saw. New ranges coming to Houston and Arlington along with a current range in Richland Hills.

Re: New range coming to NW Harris County (HWY290-FM1960)

Posted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 9:16 am
by Scott B.
The main thing I'm curious about is if they allow/welcome outside instructors to come in and run LTC proficiency tests. And, if they'll host any interesting armorers courses.

They'd be right by my shop and handy, but I like the folks at Shiloh.

Re: New range coming to NW Harris County (HWY290-FM1960)

Posted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 9:35 am
by Maxwell
Interesting location to be sure. It'll be interesting to watch the "local" reactions to a shooting range at the entrance to the subdivision.

FYI If anyone local to that area wants to grab a cup of coffee let me know.

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Re: New range coming to NW Harris County (HWY290-FM1960)

Posted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 11:53 am
by Killadocg23
Scott B. wrote:
Mon Aug 06, 2018 9:16 am
The main thing I'm curious about is if they allow/welcome outside instructors to come in and run LTC proficiency tests. And, if they'll host any interesting armorers courses.

They'd be right by my shop and handy, but I like the folks at Shiloh.
The guys at Shiloh are awesome. I went in there sometime last year with a shirt that had the beer of the Bahamas on it and the manager said " Hey what do you know about "Kalik". I replied I am from the Bahamas what do you know bout Kalik. He then told me how he goes to the Bahamas on trips and likes it etc. Point is good people are there at Shiloh !