Q: What do I need to shoot at your range?
A: In order to use our range, you must be 21, and have at least one of the following:
A valid state issued pistol permit, a Law Enforcement credential, Active duty Military ID, or, a NRA certificate showing completion of the basic pistol course. We will only accept NRA courses given by us or other internally approved instructors.*
Q: Can I bring an unlicensed guest to the range with me if I have a permit?
A: Pistol permit holders and law enforcement officers are welcome to bring unlicensed guests to shoot with them.
NRA certificate holders may not bring a guest until they are issued their state pistol permit. All guests MUST have a government issued photo ID with them.
Persons under 21 may shoot with a permit holder or LE credential holder such as a parent or relative, subject to management approval.
FCFAA LLC reserves the right to refuse entry to any person at its sole discretion.
Q: What type of ammo and calibers are allowed?
A: All ammunition used in the range must be brass cased and non magnetic. Nickel plated brass is acceptable. Ammunition will be inspected prior to range entry. No tracers or incendiary rounds. We currently do not allow shotguns or muzzle loaders in the range and restrict the use of 338 Lapua and 50BMG rounds.
Q: Do you rent firearms?
A: Yes, we have over 100 different firearms available for rent.
Q: Can I bring my personal machine gun and use it at your range?
Q: Do you have machine guns for rent?
Q: Do you have ammo for sale at the range?
Q: What do I need to buy a firearm?
A: To purchase a firearm in CT, a Pistol permit, Long gun permit, or Eligibility certificate is required. Out of state permits are not valid for purchase in CT.
Q: What do I need to buy ammunition?
A: To purchase ammunition in CT, a Pistol permit, Long gun permit, Ammunition permit or Eligibility certificate is required. Out of state permits are not valid for purchase in CT.
Q: Do I need a reservation for the range?
A: No, we are first come first served.
Q: Can I draw from the holster and fire on the range?
A: No, holster work is not allowed. All firearms must be on the bench and facing downrange at all times when not in use.
Q: I am a NRA certified instructor. Can I bring my students to your range?
A: ALL NRA INSTRUCTORS must complete the application process and receive approval to use our facility. There are no exceptions. Anyone found violating this policy will be removed and have their shooting privileges revoked.
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