Clean, and they are noticing an increase in female membership. Cool.

That guy who owns Elite Shooting Sports is smart… no elitist attitude, no politics.  He knows the game.

American-FlagI still don’t think you can beat shooting outside away from everyone, for safety and noise reasons.  Just because these places look nice, it doesn’t mean the people who go to them are any smarter than the ones who put holes in walls, target stands, and baffles at every other range on earth.  I bet these lux places have the trowel, putty, sandpaper, and paint on deck at all times to erase the evidence haha.  Their maintenance guy is probably always like *smh* *fml*



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Playas gonna play, all at the Frisco, TX luxury shooting range:



“One of the differences from your typical gun range is when you walk in this building, is it feels a little more like walking into a high-end department store,” said Brandon Johnson, the club’s vice president of marketing.

Annual memberships vary from $200 to $800 based on benefits and any monthly dues. The most elite facilities, like Frisco and Centennial, also offer VIP packages with one-time initiation costs of $7,500 and $9,250, respectively, and monthly dues of $200.

“I wouldn’t say really glamour,” he said. “It’s just trying to put together a cleaner, more professional image than what has been the normal range, retail layout.”  Concrete floors and polished metal decor give Lock & Load Miami a nightclub feel.

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As long as deep V necks, and Von Dutch hats are outlawed, you know… for safety reasons!  ;)

I cringe every time I see or hear “Gun Culture 2.0” used.  Definitely a term made up by some old guy trying to be “hip like the youngsters”.

The Frisco Gun Club has a website you can check out to see if you can hang.

Thoughts?  Anyone ever been there?

Hat tip: Taylor the GF


Gold, Diamonds, Platinum, Ivory, Turtle Sheel, Bull Horn, Silk…. *PEW* *PEW*





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Hopefully coming to a rap video near you.  Designer David Roux Fouillet created a custom jig for his airgun and some custom bullets which he then fires into a custom ring.  The bullets smash everything together and create the setting.

Here is a slow motion video of it in action:

Ouch, that shot in the video straight disrespect his mount.  Pieces everywhere!  Must have been made out of some pretty cheap metal considering it’s just an air gun firing the bullet.


I like this idea a lot, but naturally the use of an air gun rather than a large caliber rifle leaves a bad taste in my mouth.  Maybe next dinner plate sized platinum medallion I decide I need, I’ll holler at Richard Ryan, and him and I will create a platinum .50 BMG “LUX AS _ _ _ _” load and blast it out of his Barrett. Ball so hard…

<– Dude’s logo is on point!  He has a website too, but unfortunately it’s just a splash page with the logo and his email address.