The Ware Gun Shop houses an
NRA- and state-certified shooting range in its basement.
During courses, instructors supply rental firearms equipped for laser exercises or live-fire ammunition.
At a Glance
Despite its store's name, the staff at Ware Gun Shop does't just sell firearms—though it does feature a changing stock of equipment and accessories from brands such as Smith & Wesson, Ruger, Beretta, and Remington. Each week, the firearms experts—each of whom holds certification from the NRA as well as the Massachusetts State Police—conduct a safety course and explain the proper way to handle firearms.
Two climate controlled indoor ranges with state of the art ventilation
18- and 13-yard indoor shooting ranges
Allows for rapid fire or shooting from the holster (experienced shooters only)
Accommodates pistols, shotguns, and select rifles
Membership includes free access to over 100k of firearms
Ammunition: Centerfire handgun and rifle to rimfire and shotgun shells, including popular calibers such as .223 and 9mm
Firearms: Semi-automatic rifles, bolt action rifles, semi-automatic pistols, and revolvers; offering AR receivers as well.
Accessories: Parts, magazines, holsters, apparel, and sights and scopes from Aimpoint, EOTech, and Trijicon.
At a Glance
At Mass Firearms School, instructors certified by the Massachusetts State Police and NRA train students to safely and effectively use firearms. In addition, the staff undergo annual training to ensure the safety and quality.
The professional instructors lead participants through basic safety certification courses, as well as marksmanship, firearms law, and safety classes designated for women only. These courses make use of the onsite range, where instructors always work one-on-one with students. To keep their expertise up-to-date, the instructors refresh their skills through annual enhancement training.
Well-lit, climate controlled
Six 50-foot shooting lanes
Standing, sitting, kneeling, and prone stalls
.177 to .22 pump, break-barrel, CO2, and PCP lead-free ammunition permitted
Beginner airguns designed for children as young as 3
Olympic-competition pistols and rifles
Adult airguns: spring- and gas-piston pistols and rifles with recoil
At a Glance
When John Swenson was a kid, he and his friends had no trouble finding space outdoors for shooting airguns. But as an adult, he found himself a little more concerned with safety. With that in mind, he opened New England Airgun in 2014. The airgun-only, lead-free shooting range focuses on marksmanship with it's competitive events and coaches. He also outfits gunslingers with all manner of essentials at his shop, including new and refurbished airguns. Guests can even test out the guns before they buy, getting a feel for the balance, recoil, and whether or not it sounds like a Whoopie Cushion when it shoots. New England Airgun also offers airgun upgrades and modifications and stocks Ninja Paintball products.
Sports fans flock to Hudson's Pete's Gun and Tackle for a fun day away.
Sure you could eat at home, but you'll want to take advantage of this club's restaurant for high-class food.
Tired of driving in circles? Head to Pete's Gun and Tackle for a bite to eat and find quick parking in the lot next door.
Pete's Gun and Tackle offers various parking options, including bike parking.
If you're a sports fan, Northeast Trading in North Attleboro is the place you want to be.
With a sizzling plate of terrific food, this club boasts among the best eats this side of the city.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
If you love sports, you'll probably also love MSI Pistol Range in Manchester.
Whether you want mouth-watering food or great drinks, this club has the restaurant just for you.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.