Originally Posted by infinitekid2002
Well they seemed alright when i went-although i didnt try to engage them much. They don't have a huge selection like the LA Gun Club, but at the LAGC it's like a bowling alley...tons of people and lines, etc. Seemed kind of dangerous as well.
Burbank is way mellower..it's a bit more expensive but if you have your own gun and just want to do some target practice i think it's better. Much mellower and felt safe.
I agree that Burbank is mellower, and that LAGC seems kind of dangerous, but for me the good outweighs the bad.
Maybe I just had 3 bad experiences in a row. When they enforced things, they did it like an asshole cop would. You know, when you pull over and are fully compliant and they still act like douchebags? I wasn't aware of the one round per second rule and even though nobody else was in my section (they were in the other room), they said it out on the speaker system and the guy came in right after and started getting mad at me. I do the indoor stuff to practice for matches. Also, one of the workers came in and I was engaged with the target and kind of talking my friend through what I was doing, with my finger on the trigger (showing him trigger reset), and the guy got mad and told me never to put my finger on the trigger until I was going to shoot. A few other things happened and i just said no more.
I don't mind that they are trying to practice safety...that's a good thing. But the way they did it to me was unacceptable. I saw them at Norco one time and a friend of mine was their range master. He constantly was pointing out safety violations during the whole match. Practice what you preach...