Firing Line

★★★☆☆
Indoor Shooting Range and Colorado's Largest Gun Shop
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303-835-1913

20 S Potomac St

Aurora, CO

80012-1333

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Sun: 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.;Mon: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.;Tue: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.;Wed: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.;Thu: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.;Fri: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.;Sat: 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.;
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I bought a membership to the shooting range as the member side is much nicer than the public side and no waiting also the membership is a fair price.I like to go shoot at least once a week so the membership is great. They have a good selection of guns. Some of the staff are OK to deal with but I have walked out and bought online when I had every intension of buying at the store , you just need to find the one or two good counter people then its a plesant transaction but over all a good gun store. also no hassle for FFL transfers.

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★★★★☆

I bought a membership to the shooting range as the member side is much nicer than the public side and no waiting also the membership is a fair price.I like to go shoot at least once a week so the membership is great. They have a good selection of guns. Some of the staff are OK to deal with but I have walked out and bought online when I had every intension of buying at the store , you just need to find the one or two good counter people then its a plesant transaction but over all a good gun store. also no hassle for FFL transfers.

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I've gone to this store many times to shoot since I moved to Golden and I will never go there again.

Lets start with the lie right up front on this page, it is not, by any means, Colorado's largest gun shop. That is a joke and not even a good one. Apparently they have never heard of places like 5280 Armory which is just a few miles away and is much bigger just to name one.

The prices on all their firearms are overpriced and their ammo is absolutely ridiculous. If you are looking to shop, look elsewhere.

Now to the staff. There is exactly one person there that isn't either a jerk or a retard. Most of the staff acts like they are God and expect you to treat them as such. Don't bother trying to disagree with them, you are better off beating your head against the wall on your way out. They don't know a damn thing and are only interested in peddling their wares, not on actually informing you. The people who left positive comments regarding how knowledgeable and helpful the staff are must not have any experience with firearms or shooting. They are good salesmen and if you don't know anything to start with, they will convince you that their garbage is gospel.

On to the range. To start with, they like to rip you off. If you go in with a group, they charge you all full price and put all of you on one lane with only one person allowed to shoot and only two allowed in the range at any one time. This way they get all of the money but don't have to provide the service you are paying for... It isn't just that though, the ventilation sucks. If you are going to shoot there I recommend investing in a stock of those disposable masks so you don't get low level lead poisoning. The lighting is terrible, so thats good if you need to practice your low light shooting, otherwise it sucks.

Overall, I would avoid this place if at all possible. Definitely do not go there if you are new and looking for advice or help because you will get screwed over. There are much better stores and much better ranges so shop around and don't put up with The Firing Line's crap. There is one positive though; it is really funny to listen to the crazy old guy that works there talk about how he carries an extra 1911 on his ankle.

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★☆☆☆☆

I've gone to this store many times to shoot since I moved to Golden and I will never go there again.

Lets start with the lie right up front on this page, it is not, by any means, Colorado's largest gun shop. That is a joke and not even a good one. Apparently they have never heard of places like 5280 Armory which is just a few miles away and is much bigger just to name one.

The prices on all their firearms are overpriced and their ammo is absolutely ridiculous. If you are looking to shop, look elsewhere.

Now to the staff. There is exactly one person there that isn't either a jerk or a retard. Most of the staff acts like they are God and expect you to treat them as such. Don't bother trying to disagree with them, you are better off beating your head against the wall on your way out. They don't know a damn thing and are only interested in peddling their wares, not on actually informing you. The people who left positive comments regarding how knowledgeable and helpful the staff are must not have any experience with firearms or shooting. They are good salesmen and if you don't know anything to start with, they will convince you that their garbage is gospel.

On to the range. To start with, they like to rip you off. If you go in with a group, they charge you all full price and put all of you on one lane with only one person allowed to shoot and only two allowed in the range at any one time. This way they get all of the money but don't have to provide the service you are paying for... It isn't just that though, the ventilation sucks. If you are going to shoot there I recommend investing in a stock of those disposable masks so you don't get low level lead poisoning. The lighting is terrible, so thats good if you need to practice your low light shooting, otherwise it sucks.

Overall, I would avoid this place if at all possible. Definitely do not go there if you are new and looking for advice or help because you will get screwed over. There are much better stores and much better ranges so shop around and don't put up with The Firing Line's crap. There is one positive though; it is really funny to listen to the crazy old guy that works there talk about how he carries an extra 1911 on his ankle.

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I have gone to The Firing Line a lot of times and have always been treated great even when I didn't know anything about guns. There may be wait times here and there but it's because that place is always packed with tons of people. There is always plenty of staff there but they can't have one worker per customer. Where do you not wait?! Their prices are competitive and they are very well informed on their products! Great place! Recommended.

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★★★★☆

I have gone to The Firing Line a lot of times and have always been treated great even when I didn't know anything about guns. There may be wait times here and there but it's because that place is always packed with tons of people. There is always plenty of staff there but they can't have one worker per customer. Where do you not wait?! Their prices are competitive and they are very well informed on their products! Great place! Recommended.

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This is my favorite gun shop in Colorado despite the fact I live all the way up in Loveland. I have purchased three guns from them over the past few years. I have always had decent service and they have a great selection, especially if you are looking to save a few dollars by picking up something used. Even the new guns are priced at or below everywhere else I have looked.
As for the range what can you say about an indoor range. I would prefer to shoot outdoors but if you dont have time to leave town this range is just fine.

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★★★★★

This is my favorite gun shop in Colorado despite the fact I live all the way up in Loveland. I have purchased three guns from them over the past few years. I have always had decent service and they have a great selection, especially if you are looking to save a few dollars by picking up something used. Even the new guns are priced at or below everywhere else I have looked.
As for the range what can you say about an indoor range. I would prefer to shoot outdoors but if you dont have time to leave town this range is just fine.

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Sounds like a bunch of sour grapes. Firing Line has never been anything but gun store friendly to me -- it's not Target, it's not McDonalds, it's a well-equipped gun store, and the staff treated me fairly and helpfully. Prices also tend to be considerably less (20 percent, often) than chains such as Bass Pro and an FFL transfer was no problem, handled speedily and courteously. Those who've had an unpleasant experience can ... well, where else are you going to go in Metro Denver to find the selection and the authoritative but by no means know-it-all, gun-geek staff? Let me know if you find another option.

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★★★★☆

Sounds like a bunch of sour grapes. Firing Line has never been anything but gun store friendly to me -- it's not Target, it's not McDonalds, it's a well-equipped gun store, and the staff treated me fairly and helpfully. Prices also tend to be considerably less (20 percent, often) than chains such as Bass Pro and an FFL transfer was no problem, handled speedily and courteously. Those who've had an unpleasant experience can ... well, where else are you going to go in Metro Denver to find the selection and the authoritative but by no means know-it-all, gun-geek staff? Let me know if you find another option.

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Worst in All of Colorado- by NRA Instructor.?? - ?? - Today
Wait time for ranges- depending on day and time of your arrival, could mean you go right in or wait up to 1.5 hours. Customer service is non-existant, as I have wanted several times to see a firearm and had to wait several minutes for someone to even ask if I wanted something. I have bought ammo for use at there range, and when I noticed they had given me the incorrect ammo, I went back to exchange it. "No exchanges, No refunds" was the answer I got- EVEN THOUGH THEY GAVE ME THE INCORRECT AMMO!!! Range was just updated, but no range safety officer is present on the range. I have seen, several times, safety issues which should get some people thrown off the range, not only on the public side but on the member side as well. This is NOT A SAFE PLACE TO SHOOT-DO NOT GO THERE!!!
If there was a rating below poor, they get it. Please, for your own safety, do not go there!

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★☆☆☆☆

Worst in All of Colorado- by NRA Instructor.?? - ?? - Today
Wait time for ranges- depending on day and time of your arrival, could mean you go right in or wait up to 1.5 hours. Customer service is non-existant, as I have wanted several times to see a firearm and had to wait several minutes for someone to even ask if I wanted something. I have bought ammo for use at there range, and when I noticed they had given me the incorrect ammo, I went back to exchange it. "No exchanges, No refunds" was the answer I got- EVEN THOUGH THEY GAVE ME THE INCORRECT AMMO!!! Range was just updated, but no range safety officer is present on the range. I have seen, several times, safety issues which should get some people thrown off the range, not only on the public side but on the member side as well. This is NOT A SAFE PLACE TO SHOOT-DO NOT GO THERE!!!
If there was a rating below poor, they get it. Please, for your own safety, do not go there!

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Not really that bad. Range and membership fees just doubled, that's a bummer. They do have a great selection of guns for sale and their CCW class is run by a great and knowledgeable guy named Jim Moore. As far as customer service is concerned, just ask for Matt Reed. He will take great care of you. Lots of personality and experience to help you make informed decisions.

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★★★★★

Not really that bad. Range and membership fees just doubled, that's a bummer. They do have a great selection of guns for sale and their CCW class is run by a great and knowledgeable guy named Jim Moore. As far as customer service is concerned, just ask for Matt Reed. He will take great care of you. Lots of personality and experience to help you make informed decisions.

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I have gone to the Firing Line a few times in the past...what a mistake that was...I went with several handguns and types of ammo...I was treated like I was an idiot...like a threat...like I had no buisness being there with a GUN and my ammo was examined to see if it was acceptable to shoot... The staff made me feel unwelcome on all occasions and several kept staring at me when I was shooting in the nonmember portion...also air quality is very bad in the range and dirty...overall a nonfriendly bunch of legends in thier own minds kind of idiots... I will never go thier again....If you want to be treated like dirt and disrespected then by all means go a squeeze off a few....I hope this shop goes out of buisness and I will slam it to anyone who will listen... How not to run a shooting range and gun shop is about this crap whole has to offer to all us gun bearing folks....Definitly the worst of the worst gunshop shooting range in North America and I have been to a few...

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★☆☆☆☆

I have gone to the Firing Line a few times in the past...what a mistake that was...I went with several handguns and types of ammo...I was treated like I was an idiot...like a threat...like I had no buisness being there with a GUN and my ammo was examined to see if it was acceptable to shoot... The staff made me feel unwelcome on all occasions and several kept staring at me when I was shooting in the nonmember portion...also air quality is very bad in the range and dirty...overall a nonfriendly bunch of legends in thier own minds kind of idiots... I will never go thier again....If you want to be treated like dirt and disrespected then by all means go a squeeze off a few....I hope this shop goes out of buisness and I will slam it to anyone who will listen... How not to run a shooting range and gun shop is about this crap whole has to offer to all us gun bearing folks....Definitly the worst of the worst gunshop shooting range in North America and I have been to a few...

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I am new to shooting but I have been to Firing Line for half dozen times. I don't think that the people there are particularly rude. The facilities there are OK. The partitions are somewhat narrow, particularly if your party is more than one person. There are shell casings on the floor. But I am not sure "filthy" is the right word. I go there for practicing shooting, not dining or sleeping. The air circulation could be better but the smell of gun powder is what I'd expect in an indoor range. The only thing that I am not completed thrill about is that I accidentally left a gun cleaning kit in the range and called back the second day, but was told that no one ever had ever seen it. So make sure that you don't lose anything there.

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★★★☆☆

I am new to shooting but I have been to Firing Line for half dozen times. I don't think that the people there are particularly rude. The facilities there are OK. The partitions are somewhat narrow, particularly if your party is more than one person. There are shell casings on the floor. But I am not sure "filthy" is the right word. I go there for practicing shooting, not dining or sleeping. The air circulation could be better but the smell of gun powder is what I'd expect in an indoor range. The only thing that I am not completed thrill about is that I accidentally left a gun cleaning kit in the range and called back the second day, but was told that no one ever had ever seen it. So make sure that you don't lose anything there.

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I usually take bad reviews on this type of site with a grain of salt, but they are accurate. The range is close to my house so I thought I'd give it a try. I was treated rudely and disrespectfully by the clerk who checked me in. I came very close to walking out. I have been to quite a few ranges and have never experienced such discourtesy. The range itself is not very good. The partitions are too shallow and allowed debris and powder from the adjacent lane to hit me in the face. Ventilation is very poor. Smoke lingers and burns the eyes, making it difficult to focus. The target retrievers did not work properly. They got stuck often.
The member lanes look nicer, but this is not a fun place to shoot. I would not buy a membership.

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★☆☆☆☆

I usually take bad reviews on this type of site with a grain of salt, but they are accurate. The range is close to my house so I thought I'd give it a try. I was treated rudely and disrespectfully by the clerk who checked me in. I came very close to walking out. I have been to quite a few ranges and have never experienced such discourtesy. The range itself is not very good. The partitions are too shallow and allowed debris and powder from the adjacent lane to hit me in the face. Ventilation is very poor. Smoke lingers and burns the eyes, making it difficult to focus. The target retrievers did not work properly. They got stuck often.
The member lanes look nicer, but this is not a fun place to shoot. I would not buy a membership.

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I have been to the Firing Line several times, almost every visit i notice that the customer service is almost non-existent. The sales people do have a tendency to ignore you and act like you are inconveniencing them by asking a question or requesting to look at a firearm. The range is not too bad, i believe that its 25 yards and the costs is reasonable considering the other gun ranges in Aurora are either exclusive clubs, or state parks that charge an arm and a leg to get in and are always crowded. Used firearms section is nice if your looking for a deal however they did sell me an SKS that was supposed to be in great shape but had trigger group problems from day one. But for the price that i got for i cant really complain.

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★★★☆☆

I have been to the Firing Line several times, almost every visit i notice that the customer service is almost non-existent. The sales people do have a tendency to ignore you and act like you are inconveniencing them by asking a question or requesting to look at a firearm. The range is not too bad, i believe that its 25 yards and the costs is reasonable considering the other gun ranges in Aurora are either exclusive clubs, or state parks that charge an arm and a leg to get in and are always crowded. Used firearms section is nice if your looking for a deal however they did sell me an SKS that was supposed to be in great shape but had trigger group problems from day one. But for the price that i got for i cant really complain.

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I moved to Denver about a year ago and immediately did a scouting mission to find the local gun shops and firing ranges. I found the Firing Line thinking it would be perfect because of it's proximity to my home and it's included firing range. Man, what a mistake. I foolishly purchased a membership to their range and now I regret ever having gone there.

The major problem is that all of the employees and even the OWNER will ignore you. They could give a crap less if you want to buy something so they spend their ENTIRE day milling about behind the counters talking to each other and ignoring every customer that comes through the door. When you do get one to talk to you they give the impression that you're wasting their time or keeping them from a very important conversation with their buddies.

The facilities themselves are sub-par compared to every other firing range I've every been to. 15yd range is weak sauce if you ask me. I had a hope that when they "renovated" a few months ago they would extend the range to 25yds but no such luck. The public range is just plain filthy, I wouldn't touch it with a 10 ft. pole. The new members range is an improvement, admittedly, but it's still not worth the money for a membership. YOU WILL BE DISAPPOINTED IF YOU GO HERE.

The last time I went in here to shoot I was treated so rudely that I just turned around and walked out the door. I will never go there again. If you're looking for a place to shoot that has friendly people, try the Aurora Gun Club.

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★☆☆☆☆

I moved to Denver about a year ago and immediately did a scouting mission to find the local gun shops and firing ranges. I found the Firing Line thinking it would be perfect because of it's proximity to my home and it's included firing range. Man, what a mistake. I foolishly purchased a membership to their range and now I regret ever having gone there.

The major problem is that all of the employees and even the OWNER will ignore you. They could give a crap less if you want to buy something so they spend their ENTIRE day milling about behind the counters talking to each other and ignoring every customer that comes through the door. When you do get one to talk to you they give the impression that you're wasting their time or keeping them from a very important conversation with their buddies.

The facilities themselves are sub-par compared to every other firing range I've every been to. 15yd range is weak sauce if you ask me. I had a hope that when they "renovated" a few months ago they would extend the range to 25yds but no such luck. The public range is just plain filthy, I wouldn't touch it with a 10 ft. pole. The new members range is an improvement, admittedly, but it's still not worth the money for a membership. YOU WILL BE DISAPPOINTED IF YOU GO HERE.

The last time I went in here to shoot I was treated so rudely that I just turned around and walked out the door. I will never go there again. If you're looking for a place to shoot that has friendly people, try the Aurora Gun Club.

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Very filthy place. You'll probably get cancer just visiting the lobby of the range.

Not too friendly to law enforcement either. Sad.

The place can be empty and they will not allow law enforcement to shoot on the members (very slightly cleaner) side of the range.

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★☆☆☆☆

Very filthy place. You'll probably get cancer just visiting the lobby of the range.

Not too friendly to law enforcement either. Sad.

The place can be empty and they will not allow law enforcement to shoot on the members (very slightly cleaner) side of the range.

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I see that others have had the same experiences I have had for a decade plus. I try -hard- TO NOT GO HERE, even though they're the closest gun store. The staff is annoyed that you're there and wishes you weren't, and doesn't hesitate to let you know. Possibly all of them are going through bitter divorces from each other. Their sense of humor has been surgically removed. They could easily find jobs at the old Soviet KGB. Just for that extra edge, they all pack pistols.
Should you -actually- get one to talk to you, which will probably take a bullhorn and flare gun, you will then wish you hadn't. For example, I was rather amused by their effort to sell me grips for my .38 that were obviously for another handgun.
Technically I give them just a so-so, which is made worse by their attitude of "Our opinion or none".
If you should come in looking for a rifle part, the first question from them will be: "Why would you want that rifle?"
Another example: I'm looking for one of the best and most popular shotguns in the world, the Remington 870 Express. (The British SAS looked at every shotgun in the world and called the 870 the best). Now, guess whose website says they don't stock it? This is what I mean by "Our opinion or none".
There are lots of other gun shops, some who stock the right grips for a .38, and a Rem 870. I go to them.

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★☆☆☆☆

I see that others have had the same experiences I have had for a decade plus. I try -hard- TO NOT GO HERE, even though they're the closest gun store. The staff is annoyed that you're there and wishes you weren't, and doesn't hesitate to let you know. Possibly all of them are going through bitter divorces from each other. Their sense of humor has been surgically removed. They could easily find jobs at the old Soviet KGB. Just for that extra edge, they all pack pistols.
Should you -actually- get one to talk to you, which will probably take a bullhorn and flare gun, you will then wish you hadn't. For example, I was rather amused by their effort to sell me grips for my .38 that were obviously for another handgun.
Technically I give them just a so-so, which is made worse by their attitude of "Our opinion or none".
If you should come in looking for a rifle part, the first question from them will be: "Why would you want that rifle?"
Another example: I'm looking for one of the best and most popular shotguns in the world, the Remington 870 Express. (The British SAS looked at every shotgun in the world and called the 870 the best). Now, guess whose website says they don't stock it? This is what I mean by "Our opinion or none".
There are lots of other gun shops, some who stock the right grips for a .38, and a Rem 870. I go to them.

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Has about the worst customer service that I've ever seen from a firearms dealer. Bought a gun here, had a problem and it needed to be sent back to the manufacturer, the British guy that works there wanted to charge me a transfer fee AND charge me shipping - he estimated the cost of his "service" to be about $80. I could understand shipping ($30) but a transfer fee was absolutely ridiculous and unnecessary. Especially since I bought the firearm there. I felt as if he didn't care about me as the customer - wanted me to just leave or charge me an extraordinarily excessive fee. Seemed lazy and unhelpful. Plus the place is perpetually dirty. Think twice about shopping there. I learned my lesson.

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★☆☆☆☆

Has about the worst customer service that I've ever seen from a firearms dealer. Bought a gun here, had a problem and it needed to be sent back to the manufacturer, the British guy that works there wanted to charge me a transfer fee AND charge me shipping - he estimated the cost of his "service" to be about $80. I could understand shipping ($30) but a transfer fee was absolutely ridiculous and unnecessary. Especially since I bought the firearm there. I felt as if he didn't care about me as the customer - wanted me to just leave or charge me an extraordinarily excessive fee. Seemed lazy and unhelpful. Plus the place is perpetually dirty. Think twice about shopping there. I learned my lesson.

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I've been in there a few times and the employees are very rude. I was looking at guns,ammo and the range and not one of the employees asked me can I help you or I'll be with you in a minute. I was wanting to buy a gun there and shoot at the range, I was going to buy ammo there but I don't think I'll go there again.

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★☆☆☆☆

I've been in there a few times and the employees are very rude. I was looking at guns,ammo and the range and not one of the employees asked me can I help you or I'll be with you in a minute. I was wanting to buy a gun there and shoot at the range, I was going to buy ammo there but I don't think I'll go there again.

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I bought a few guns and became a member, and I feel invisible every time I browse the gun counter. I have to tackle anyone to answer any questions, and am asked to show them my ammo before I shoot.
I wish I could have every nickel I've ever spent there back, needless to say I won't be renewing my membership.

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★☆☆☆☆

I bought a few guns and became a member, and I feel invisible every time I browse the gun counter. I have to tackle anyone to answer any questions, and am asked to show them my ammo before I shoot.
I wish I could have every nickel I've ever spent there back, needless to say I won't be renewing my membership.

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I am a small female w/small hands, new to the gun hobby. I went there w/a girlfriend of mine to purchase my first pistol. Normally in these "good-ol-boys hobby" type of stores, women get the "so, where is your husband" or "what are you buying for your husband" treatment. Not so at the Firing Line. The staff was friendly, and gave great advice on product knowledge. Plus, they have a wide array of rentals, so you can try before you buy. I went home happy w/my very first 9mm semi. Great store and great range!

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★★★★☆

I am a small female w/small hands, new to the gun hobby. I went there w/a girlfriend of mine to purchase my first pistol. Normally in these "good-ol-boys hobby" type of stores, women get the "so, where is your husband" or "what are you buying for your husband" treatment. Not so at the Firing Line. The staff was friendly, and gave great advice on product knowledge. Plus, they have a wide array of rentals, so you can try before you buy. I went home happy w/my very first 9mm semi. Great store and great range!

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Nice shop! I have bought 4 pistols there. The guys are very friendly and they know what they are talking about. I am a member so I shoot as much as I can. They do need to get some kind of air filter system going. It sometimes is very smokey and rather choking. Its pretty hot sometimes during the summer. All around a great place.

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★★★★☆

Nice shop! I have bought 4 pistols there. The guys are very friendly and they know what they are talking about. I am a member so I shoot as much as I can. They do need to get some kind of air filter system going. It sometimes is very smokey and rather choking. Its pretty hot sometimes during the summer. All around a great place.

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Pros: Cheap to shoot (only $10 to shoot all day). Nice gun shop with lots of accessories and knowledgeable folks.

Cons: Indoor range has no air conditioning and poor air circulation. The atmosphere was chokingly thick. Lighting is very poor. Range could use some simple cleaning and sprucing up, including wall & ceiling repair and painting.

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★★★☆☆

Pros: Cheap to shoot (only $10 to shoot all day). Nice gun shop with lots of accessories and knowledgeable folks.

Cons: Indoor range has no air conditioning and poor air circulation. The atmosphere was chokingly thick. Lighting is very poor. Range could use some simple cleaning and sprucing up, including wall & ceiling repair and painting.

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We go here all the time to shoot. They have all kinds of guns that you can rent. If your looking to buy a new gun, see if they rent it first. That way you can try it out before you spend the money on it. The guys that work there are really nice. They have about 5 ranges. They have another set of ranges that you can shoot at, but you have to have a membership. The prices are not bad.

PROS: guns
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★★★★★

We go here all the time to shoot. They have all kinds of guns that you can rent. If your looking to buy a new gun, see if they rent it first. That way you can try it out before you spend the money on it. The guys that work there are really nice. They have about 5 ranges. They have another set of ranges that you can shoot at, but you have to have a membership. The prices are not bad.

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I went there today to buy cleaning supplies, and for the few minutes it took to find them, none of the three clerks at the counter helped me. They ignored me and chatted with each other. Once I did find my stuff, they told me that it was

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I went there today to buy cleaning supplies, and for the few minutes it took to find them, none of the three clerks at the counter helped me. They ignored me and chatted with each other. Once I did find my stuff, they told me that it was

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I've gone to this store many times to shoot since I moved to Golden and I will never go there again. \n\nLets start with the lie right up front on this page, it is not, by any means, Colorado's largest gun shop. That is a joke and not even a good one. Apparently they have never heard of places like 5280 Armory which is just a few miles away and is much bigger just to name one.\n\nThe prices on all their firearms are overpriced and their ammo is absolutely ridiculous. If you are looking to shop, look elsewhere. \n\nNow to the staff. There is exactly one person there that isn't either a jerk or a retard. Most of the staff acts like they are God and expect you to treat them as such. Don't bother trying to disagree with them, you are better off beating your head against the wall on your way out. They don't know a damn thing and are only interested in peddling their wares, not on actually informing you. The two people who left positive comments regarding how knowledgeable and helpful the staff are must not have any experience with firearms or shooting. They are good salesmen and if you don't know anything to start with, they will convince you that their garbage is gospel. \n\nOn to the range. To start with, they like to rip you off. If you go in with a group, they charge you all full price and put all of you on one lane with only one person allowed to shoot and only two allowed in the range at any one time. This way they get all of the money but don't have to provide the service you are paying for... It isn't just that though, the ventilation sucks. If you are going to shoot there I recommend investing in a stock of those disposable masks so you don't get low level lead poisoning. The lighting is terrible, so thats good if you need to practice your low light shooting, otherwise it sucks. \n\nOverall, I would avoid this place if at all possible. Definitely do not go there if you are new and looking for advice or help because you will get screwed over. There are much better stores and much better ranges so shop around and don't put up with The Firing Line's crap. There is one positive though; it is really funny to listen to the crazy old guy that works there talk about how he carries an extra 1911 on his ankle. \n\n

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★☆☆☆☆

I've gone to this store many times to shoot since I moved to Golden and I will never go there again. \n\nLets start with the lie right up front on this page, it is not, by any means, Colorado's largest gun shop. That is a joke and not even a good one. Apparently they have never heard of places like 5280 Armory which is just a few miles away and is much bigger just to name one.\n\nThe prices on all their firearms are overpriced and their ammo is absolutely ridiculous. If you are looking to shop, look elsewhere. \n\nNow to the staff. There is exactly one person there that isn't either a jerk or a retard. Most of the staff acts like they are God and expect you to treat them as such. Don't bother trying to disagree with them, you are better off beating your head against the wall on your way out. They don't know a damn thing and are only interested in peddling their wares, not on actually informing you. The two people who left positive comments regarding how knowledgeable and helpful the staff are must not have any experience with firearms or shooting. They are good salesmen and if you don't know anything to start with, they will convince you that their garbage is gospel. \n\nOn to the range. To start with, they like to rip you off. If you go in with a group, they charge you all full price and put all of you on one lane with only one person allowed to shoot and only two allowed in the range at any one time. This way they get all of the money but don't have to provide the service you are paying for... It isn't just that though, the ventilation sucks. If you are going to shoot there I recommend investing in a stock of those disposable masks so you don't get low level lead poisoning. The lighting is terrible, so thats good if you need to practice your low light shooting, otherwise it sucks. \n\nOverall, I would avoid this place if at all possible. Definitely do not go there if you are new and looking for advice or help because you will get screwed over. There are much better stores and much better ranges so shop around and don't put up with The Firing Line's crap. There is one positive though; it is really funny to listen to the crazy old guy that works there talk about how he carries an extra 1911 on his ankle. \n\n

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Love going here. My husband and I are here weekly. It takes a while to get the weapon you want, but well worth the wait. \r\nLove Mondays ladies, shoot free. \r\nI am glad the who made the complaint is not coming back gives me more time on the range.\r\nYeh, you can take the shorter class for a cheaper cost, these guys do not mess around. They know their stuff and have their stuff together. \r\nIf you are looking for a weapon and cant find it any where else they will order it in for you.

5
★★★★★

Love going here. My husband and I are here weekly. It takes a while to get the weapon you want, but well worth the wait. \r\nLove Mondays ladies, shoot free. \r\nI am glad the who made the complaint is not coming back gives me more time on the range.\r\nYeh, you can take the shorter class for a cheaper cost, these guys do not mess around. They know their stuff and have their stuff together. \r\nIf you are looking for a weapon and cant find it any where else they will order it in for you.

Pros: The guys are great

Cons: Have to wait a couple weeks to months to get a weapon

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My experiences with the Firing Line staff has almost always been bad. For a long time I went there because it was the only game in town and it seems like the staff is aware of this fact. \n\nLast time I went there I walked in saw a line to get on the range. I've been shooting there for years and never saw something like that. This was the beginning of the Obama-mania. I asked a staff member how long he thought the wait would be and he replied ""I don't know. Long line, small range. What da you think?"" He then turned his back and walked away from me. \n\nPros:\n-Some good deals/ not-so-good deals on guns depending on what your looking for.\n\nCons:\n-Condescending staff more interested in you admiration than a sale.\n-Ghetto shooting range that's freezing.\n-Overpriced Ammo.\n-Most ridiculous Permit to Carry class I've ever seen offered. You can find at least 3 other classes locally that are 4 hrs long (half of theirs) and a quarter of their price.\n\nI've purchased guns and used there range for over 15 years due a lack of options. Now I've found options I will never return. \n\nI don't want to give this place any stars, but I am forced to publish this comment. Let say I give Firing Line 5 Stove Pipe Jams.\n

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★☆☆☆☆

My experiences with the Firing Line staff has almost always been bad. For a long time I went there because it was the only game in town and it seems like the staff is aware of this fact. \n\nLast time I went there I walked in saw a line to get on the range. I've been shooting there for years and never saw something like that. This was the beginning of the Obama-mania. I asked a staff member how long he thought the wait would be and he replied ""I don't know. Long line, small range. What da you think?"" He then turned his back and walked away from me. \n\nPros:\n-Some good deals/ not-so-good deals on guns depending on what your looking for.\n\nCons:\n-Condescending staff more interested in you admiration than a sale.\n-Ghetto shooting range that's freezing.\n-Overpriced Ammo.\n-Most ridiculous Permit to Carry class I've ever seen offered. You can find at least 3 other classes locally that are 4 hrs long (half of theirs) and a quarter of their price.\n\nI've purchased guns and used there range for over 15 years due a lack of options. Now I've found options I will never return. \n\nI don't want to give this place any stars, but I am forced to publish this comment. Let say I give Firing Line 5 Stove Pipe Jams.\n

Pros: Some good deals on guns

Cons: Customer experience

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I have shopped here several times and every firearm purchase in the state has been here. They have my loyalty! When everyone else is limiting ammo, Firing Line will sell me a case!!! They are well stocked and have a great selection of handguns and long guns. Sometimes they seem understaffed because when it gets busy, customers end up waiting at the counter.... but it's definitely worth it because once you have their attention, they are very down-to-earth and helpful. \r\n\r\nI am a young woman and have trouble shopping anywhere for weapons, ammunition, or anything like that. When I walk into Firing Line, I don't get the blank stares and comments that I've received everywhere from Gander Mtn to Bass Pro. These guys are genuine, and don't treat me awkwardly because I'm a petite and pretty and happen to be in the market for an assault rifle :) \r\n\r\nI have spent thousands of dollars here and will continue to purchase my recreational shooting supplies here. They are fantastic and I would highly recommend them! I'm not crazy about their range as it's a bit dingy and I prefer shooting outdoors.

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★★★★★

I have shopped here several times and every firearm purchase in the state has been here. They have my loyalty! When everyone else is limiting ammo, Firing Line will sell me a case!!! They are well stocked and have a great selection of handguns and long guns. Sometimes they seem understaffed because when it gets busy, customers end up waiting at the counter.... but it's definitely worth it because once you have their attention, they are very down-to-earth and helpful. \r\n\r\nI am a young woman and have trouble shopping anywhere for weapons, ammunition, or anything like that. When I walk into Firing Line, I don't get the blank stares and comments that I've received everywhere from Gander Mtn to Bass Pro. These guys are genuine, and don't treat me awkwardly because I'm a petite and pretty and happen to be in the market for an assault rifle :) \r\n\r\nI have spent thousands of dollars here and will continue to purchase my recreational shooting supplies here. They are fantastic and I would highly recommend them! I'm not crazy about their range as it's a bit dingy and I prefer shooting outdoors.

Pros: selection, knowledgable staff, no limitations on ammo :)

Cons: None yet!

Message from Firing Line

The Firing Line is a locally owned and operated Aurora, CO indoor shooting range. In addition to our shooting range, we offer gun safety courses and certification. Our products and service include:• Indoor shooting range• Accessory line• Gun safety training• NRA Certification classOur knowledgeable staff will always greet you with a friendly smile. We have a huge amount of combined experienced and will take the time to help fit you with the right products.Call The Firing Line today and find out what makes our range different different!. * Open to the Public 7 Days a Week
* Safe,Climate Controlled Shooting Bars
* All Handgun Calibers
* 16 State Of The Art Individually Controlled Shooting Bays
* Fun,Friendly Atmosphere,Bring the Whole Family
* 4000 Sq. Ft Retail Showroom with Guns,Accessories and Supplies
* Members Get Discounts on Range Fees and Many Store Items
* CCW Permit Training
* Personal Protection
* Non Lethal Self Defense
* Firearm Safety
* Youth Rifle Marksmanship
* Advanced and Beginner Classes
* Shooting Range
* New & Used Guns
* Class III Firearms
* Training
* Handguns
* Shotguns
* Knives
* Optics
* Shooting Supplies
* Ammunition

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Key Points

  • Indoor Shooting Range and Colorado's Largest Gun Shop