Frequently Asked Questions

Retail & NFA

You must present a valid government-issued ID and be at least 18 years of age to purchase rifle ammo or a rifle. You must be 21 years of age to purchase a handgun or handgun ammo.

Yes, we handle FFL transfers for handguns and long guns. For more information check our Retail page for FFL transfer information.

Absolutely. If you have firearms that you no longer want or need let us evaluate them and provide a cash or trade in offer. Please ensure your firearms are unloaded prior to entering the building. If you have questions or need help contact us.

No we do not, but we will offer you a fair price based on current market value to purchase your firearm on the spot.

We love helping the local community. If you are in need of a donation or partnership email your request to


Yes, we are open to the public. Please view our hours of operation.

Our 25 yard standard lanes are $20 per hour. Each additional shooter is $10 ($5 for members).

You must be 18 years or older to shoot unaccompanied. Anyone under 18 needs to be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Children 10 and older must be accompanied by a parent to shoot.

Anyone can shoot at our range with a valid government-issued ID.

Yes. You will need to bring a passport or Government ID.

We have state of the art 25 yard lanes.

Anything under 3300 FPS.

Members of Heartland Gun Club & Range can reserve lanes. If you are hosting an event or party, we would love to help, email

Yes, cameras are allowed at the range to take photographs. Please maintain the privacy and safety of our guests. Ensure you are following all range rules while taking pictures.

Eye and Ear protection is mandatory while on the range. If you do not have eye and ear protection, we will have them available for sale at range check in.

We encourage everyone to feel comfortable when shooting. Let range check-in know when you arrive so we can have a Range Safety Officer help you or check out our training

offering online.

Yes. Please refer to our Range Safety Rules and abide by ammunition and caliber type.

You are welcome to use your own ammo in your personal firearms. Keep in mind no incendiary or tracer rounds are allowed. Also, only slugs are permitted in shotguns.

Yes, you can. Please notify the range personnel during check-in and a Range Safety Officer when you arrive at your lane.
We do not allow black powder firearms.

For safety and visibility, we limit lanes to no more than 3 people.


Yes, we can customize your training. Please email us at

Yes, check out our training offering online or email

At this time we do not. We have awesome firearm instructors here at Heartland. You can take a look at our class offerings at

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