Hotshots is the pawn shop, the gun store and range are now called Wild West Traders. I wonder if the Bloomberg lawsuit had anything to do with that.Adam5 said:I have bought from Adventure Outdoors a few times. They have a great selection and good prices. Customer service varies, it's good more often than it's bad though.
For a range, there's Hot Shots at Windy Hill and Austell.
Must have been a rough suit. You can't shoot anything bigger than a .357 mag there, they had to think twice about us shooting .357 sig. It is a fairly nice range, lots of room behind the lanes and decent equipment. A little dark downrange. Would be nice if you could shoot rifle calibrers.Adam5 said:Ok, I didn't know that they had a name change. The lawsuit probably did have something to do with it.
To clarify you can shoot a .40 S&W or .45ACP nothing more powerful than a .357mag/sig. .44mag, .50/.500, .17HMR, .22Mag, 5.7 or more powerful are NOT allowed.Ashe said:Wow, looks like I wont be going to the range there anymore.
Wonder what brought about the .357 and under rule?
I think it's stupid, but if they don't want me shooting my .40 thats fine, I'm sure I can find another range in the area.
Formerly known as "Ed's Guns" and the range is pretty decent, and they don't care what you shoot. 8)pro2am said:Nicks guns in Marietta. It'll be about 10 mins north of Windy Hill & I-75, off Canton Rd. and another 5-10 mins.
They have a range there. I've never used it. Customer service is average...one day it was great, the next not so good.
Seems to me after a couple of visits to WWT that their staff is pretty condescending and prices are at best average. Range is not well ventilated and HOT, as the old name/sign suggests. If you have another option than this shop I'd suggest you take advantage of it. My .02.GrimJack said:I am in the Smyrna area this week and wondering if there are any interesting shops or ranges that are worth checking out while I am in the area?
Any comments on Adventure Outdoors or Wild West Traders?