I'm strongly considering letting it lapse, for the following reasons: It's $15 a day per person, now up to $500 a year for the family membership. Members used to be able to come in after hours and shoot (range would close at 7, but we'd get a magnetic card and would be allowed to shoot until 9, local noise ordinances stop it after that). They've stopped allowing us to come in after closing. FFL transfers used to be $35 for general public, $20 for members. My last transfer, I was told that also stopped, and had to pay the full $35. So, that's 2 benefits that are gone. We used to go every week, maybe twice a week a few times, but that's all stopped for now. I have enough ammo to last awhile, but I'm not going to burn through a couple hundred every month right now. We used to shoot at least 100 rds of 9mm, often 200 rds, every session, with quite a few rifle calibers in that mix too. I'm stocked for a year's worth at that pace... but have cut way back. So, what should I do? I do like supporting the local guys, and it's fun... but I didn't appreciate finding out the hard way on the transfer change. And I used the after-hours option a fair amount, due to work and other stuff. We cleaned up after ourselves, but apparently others didn't at some point. There's a WMA with an outdoor range about an hour's drive, you can shoot during daylight for free if you have any type of license. I find that a bit nicer for the rifles, but I did appreciate being 10 minutes away.