There is a shooting range fairly nearby, has a handgun range, rifle range, and skeet-shooting course. I think it's something like $12 to spend as long as you want (per person) on the pistol and rifle range. It doesn't allow rapid fire (up to the range safety officer as to what constitutes "rapid"), and is strictly static/bulls-eye kinda thing. It's a nice, safe place to sight in a gun, teach a newbie (kids are welcome), etc. There's another one about equidistant that I haven't visited but I hear it's a bit more open to more advanced drills, and is competitively priced. A friend runs a shooting school about 15 minutes from here but it's not set up just for folks to come shoot. It's a school with classroom/dryfire/live range tactical sort of training (he's a great instructor with a lot of real-world experience). _I_ can go shoot there anytime he's there but it's not a full-time endeavor so it's hit-or-miss (no pun intended) as to whether he's there or not. Most of my shooting I do at the firing range at my old police dept. I was their "firearms guy" before I retired, even re-wrote their firearms policy. I still have range privileges. It's an outdoor range, surrounded by high berms, and since I'm usually there alone, I can do pretty much any kind of practice I want. Max range there is about 100 yards, but that's more than fine for my purposes. They have Pepper poppers, metal head plates, nice plywood backboards for whatever targets I want to hang, and frequently they have vehicles and/or building materials to shoot. I can take folks there to practice/train but I normally just take one or two as I don't want to over-reach my privileges. As to cost ... It only cost me about 25 years of service.