Shooting Range in Chandler

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The Range
  • 11 air-conditioned indoor shooting lanes
  • Computer-generated system sets targets at distances up to 65 feet
  • Accommodates handguns as well as rifles of up to .308 caliber

The Rentals
  • More than 75 rental firearms, including handguns and rifles
  • Calibers from .22LR to .44 MAG
  • Firearms from manufacturers including Beretta, Colt, Glock, and Smith & Wesson

At a Glance

Safety and education have been the pillars of Caswells Shooting Range since the business first opened in 1988. Its NRA-certified instructors teach courses in shooting pistols, rifles, and shotguns, as well as imbuing students with general self-defense skills. They specialize in training pupils of all experience levels and host Ladies Days every Tuesday and Friday, where women receive free lane and gun rentals.

856 E Isabella Ave
Mesa,
AZ
US

The Range
  • 25-yard, air-conditioned range
  • Accommodates calibers up to a .308 rifle
The Rentals
  • Handguns
  • Long guns
  • Silencers and short-barrel rifles
At a Glance

A person steps onto the range and raises a pistol, aligning the sight not on a paper target, but on miniature pumpkins. To keep things fresh, the staff at Ted's Shooting Range likes giving both members and the general public a bit of novelty every now and then by furnishing range targets that range from bowling pins to balloons. Ted's NRA-certified instructors also train students during classes, such as their Basic Pistol and Home Defense courses.

18395 S 186th Way
Queen Creek,
AZ
US

Reservations/Appointments: Required, but open to public on first-come, first-served basis

Established: 2004

Staff Size: 25?50 people

Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours

Parking: Parking lot

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Recommended Age Group: All ages

Pro Tip: Watch safety video online and be sure to bring a valid picture ID.

The Range

  • 32 shooting lanes, split across four bays
  • Programmable targets rotate 360 degrees
  • Target controls
  • One bay devoted to tactical shooting such as drawing from a holster (available only for those qualified through course or private instruction)

The Rentals

  • More than 100 rental handguns, including pistols and revolvers
  • Long guns, including shotguns and AK-47s
  • More than 20 machine guns, including models from World War II through modern day

At a Glance

Scottsdale Gun Club's gunsmiths know how to keep things safe and clean. They're experienced in working with all sorts of models?from handguns to class-3 firearms?and they clean, maintain, and repair customers' guns so they operate smoothly once out on the range. Certified firearms instructors ensure proper shooting during more than 20 classes, covering topics such as the use of pistols, shotguns, and carbines.

14860 N Northsight Blvd.
Scottsdale,
AZ
US

The RV park at Casa Grande Trap & Skeet encourages its visitors to linger for days on end. Full hookups and seasonal appearances from an onsite caterer bring comforts to the desert, as sunsets paint the sky above the Casa Grande Mountains every evening. But it's during the daytime hours that Casa Grande truly shines. On the grounds, areas for Five-stand and Skeet shooting challenge visitors, as do 13 fields of Traps. The owners?comprised of Tiger and Don Volz?welcome visitors of all experience levels when it comes to shooting, with lessons for beginners and frequent competitions for the more advanced.

8015 South Isom Road
Casa Grande,
AZ
US

Whether it's how to handle a gun or store it safely, everything taught in one of RealWorld Firearms Training's classes is grounded in decades of experience. Founder Robert Martin has worked as a civilian and military law-enforcement officer, and he has trained with guns for more than 30 years. Likewise his fellow instructor, Andy Gates, spent six in years as a sergeant in the US Marine Corps. Both hold NRA instructor certifications, which come in handy during courses such as basic handgun training or tactical carbine classes.

8675 S Priest Dr 103
Tempe,
AZ
US

Much of Arizona remains unchanged from the days when cowboys and their dinosaur steeds ruled the desert plains. Millions of acres of lush trees still blanket the Coconino National Forest, growing up over mountains in defiance of the desert's red rocks. In Mayer, miles of horseback trails snake past rivers and rock outcroppings, passing by historic windmills and cattle ranches that still operate to this day.

The horseback guides at Pot A Gold Adventures call each of these majestic landscapes home. Each day, they lead groups from three different stables: Hitchin' Post Stables, Pot A Gold Stables, and Mountain Ranch Stables. From here, they depart on two-hour adventures through deserts and forests. On some of these trips, they might stop to build a fire and cook dinners of steak, potatoes, and beans.

Lemonade and iced tea replace cowboy food during the spring and summer. The wagons are drawn on rubber wheels to make the ride as smooth as possible so guests can enjoy the views as well as the horses, as they are nearly as beautiful as the surrounding landscape. Pot A Gold Adventures' trainers raise most of the purebred Quarter and Paint horses almost from birth.

3901 West Pioneer Road
Phoenix,
AZ
US