High Tech Shooting in Germany

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I’m going to guess that membership in this club isn’t cheap, but it’s an interesting way to solve a lot of problems shooting ranges have. Namely, I’m going to guess that lead management is no issue here. I notice they have neat buckets on the trap range, and you see no shells on the ground. I guess no good German would want to dirty the range.

7 Responses to “High Tech Shooting in Germany”

  1. Rwilson452 says:

    In a word, WOW!

  2. koveras225 says:

    I have one question… When do we get one of those?

  3. Jeff says:

    For how incredible the facilities look, the prices seem pretty reasonable. I’d happily pay $45/hour on occasion for a 300m indoor range. $12/round of 25 isn’t out of line for shooting trap indoors. My German is too rusty to tell if that includes ammo, but I did see they only use steel shot.

  4. Andy says:

    All I say is, Rainy Day is still Shooting Day!

  5. Matt Carmel says:

    That just shows what is possible if the firearms community would only put their minds to it.

  6. Andy says:

    Well, everyone get their powerball ticket!

  7. Sebastian says:

    If anyone can figure out how to build such a thing here, and get Medicare to pay for a day of percussive therapy, it’ll be Matt :)