So, I recently read the thread dealing with the One round per magazine range rule, which I had never heard of prior to that. Then today I called a range in my area that I had never been to and the mentioned that they only rent guns if you bring in a firearm to shoot with. The officer (The range is a public range run by the Sheriffs department) did not really elaberate on the policy. I have heard of this policy for when a person goes in their by themselves without a firearm and wishes to rent but never a total prohibition. The reason this becomes an issue is that for a variety of reasons I dont own handguns yet. Namely because I am under 21. I brought up the issue of me being under 21 and he said if I brough in a pistol that he could still sell me ammo since I am keeping the ammo on premises. Also the man mentioned that they only allow one gun per lane at each time. Personally this seems to be an issue because one of the things I do now is rent multiple guns in the same caliber so I can compare them over the course of a box or 2 of ammo. Anybody else had experinces like this? In contrast here is how the range I normally shoot at goes. If your 21or over you can shoot any of the rental guns or bring your own Under 21 MEMBERS can bring an over 21 guest and shoot with them Any members can bring a guest under 21 but over 14 to shoot.