Frequently Asked Questions
These are some of the most frequently asked questions that we encounter here at Bellevue Indoor Range:
Is the range open to the public?
Shooters of all skill levels are welcome to use our range. Members enjoy additional benefits that you can read about here.
What forms of ID do you accept?
Anyone age 18 or older must have a valid ID in order to use the range. We will accept a US or Canadian government-issued pictured ID or a valid passport book.
How old do you have to be to shoot at the range?
To shoot pistols, you must be 21 years or older. To shoot rifles, you must be 18 years or older. Minors are welcome to shoot as long as they are tall enough to reach over the range bench and accompanied by someone 21 or older.
How can I sign up for a class?
You can sign up for a class over the phone, in person at the range counter, or on our Class Page.
What kinds of guns are available to shoot at the range?
We have a very wide selection of more than 175 rental handguns and rifles, but we do not carry every firearm ever made. If you are looking for a specific model, please call prior to visiting the range to check with the range staff.
Do you have a military/law enforcement discount on the range?
We offer a discounted $10.00 lane fee for current and former military and law enforcement with proof of service. Please call the range staff for more specifics.
How much does it cost?
It is impossible to accurately predict the cost of a trip to the range, as it will vary based on rentals, ammo, targets and protective equipment, etc. For more specific pricing information, visit our Range Page.
What are your hours?
Bellevue Indoor Range is open every day from 10 am until 10 pm.
What calibers can I shoot?
Public shooters are welcome to shoot firearms that are chambered in pistol calibers. We reserve the use of shotguns and rifle calibered firearms (.223REM to .308WIN) for our members.
What are your ammo restrictions?
All ammunition to be shot through rental firearms must be purchased from us at the time of rental. We do not allow the use of any aluminum cased, steel cased, steel core, tracer, or condensed lead ammunition with personal firearms. Non-jacketed rounds are limited to .22. All ammunition being brought into the range is subject to inspection.
Do I need my own eye and ear protection?
Ear protection is included with the use of the lane. Foam plugs are stocked for $0.75 and included with our eye protection for $4.95. Everyone on the range must wear eye and ear protection.
Can I take photo or video?
Yes, so long as you observe the safety rules while posing for photos. We ask that you restrict photos and videos to your party. Please don’t take photo or video of our staff or other patrons.
Do you dispose of old ammunition?
Yes, just drop off any old ammunition at the range counter and we’ll dispose of it for you at no charge.