By Danielle Sturgis | June 1 2010 13:40
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The Bellevue Gun Club's Lance Kilgore wrote the following for NRAblog:

The Bellevue Gun Club is Washington's latest indoor shooting facility. The state of the art indoor range situated in a 32,000 sq. ft. building officialy opened it's doors on December 18th 2009. Currently we have 3 separate shooting bays. The pistol bay offers twelve 36" Action Target stalls, electronic target carriers, and 20 yard distance. The rifle bay offers 10 - 48" Action Target stalls, electronic touch pad target carries and 25 yard distance. The training bay is a 40' wide and 30 yard long open movement bay. It offers the ability to bring a vehicle or cruiser into it for security and law enforcement training and it will have lights bars with pa system installed in the ceiling for "real life training." The air system was designed by Carey's Heating and Air Conditioning who Specialize in ventilation systems for military and police department indoor firing ranges nationally. The air system is EPA - OSHA - NIOSHA certified and is monitored by the University of Washington for air quality.

All of our range masters are NRA certified. We offer in-house training by the nationally recognized Insight Training Center. If a firearm is purchased from the West Coast Armory Pro Shop, we offer a $25 discount to the already affordable new gun owner class. We support responsible gun ownership through affordable training and professional, informative staff.


Monday is ladies day on the range. Every Monday ladies will get to shoot for free. If you're not a current Bellevue Gun Club member we will waive the membership requirement for the day. Signed range rules and liability waiver is still required.

Tuesday is pin shoot. Be ready for some fast moving action as you place your skill against 5 bowling pins and another shooter. Start time is 6:30 and you will have the chance to shoot a minimum of 3 runs.

If you're looking for some fun, fast paced, friendly competition the Friday night rifle league is for you. The rifle league is held every Friday night in the training bay with set up and walk through starting at 7:00 pm. You will get to shoot 50 or more rounds from behind and around barricades, left hand, right hand and with required mag changes. Don't forget to bring your pistol for the pistol transition during the course.

The InSights Co-Ed Shooting League is a combination of coaching, education, and friendly competition for students who have attended InSights fire-arms classes (or equivalent) and want to practice and improve their skills. With a focus on safe and proper gun handling, participants will shoot a 50–100 round course of fire per session. The League will meet once a week, on Wednesday night, for eight weeks, with a final fun-shoot and awards night. There will be two levels—Level I for new shooters and those who have been away from shooting for a while, and Level II for those who have been through GDH or equivalent.

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