We’re now open 11am-7pm on Saturdays, and continue to be open 12pm-6pm Sunday-Friday. Range use is first come, first served; we do not take reservations.
We’ve added several Intro to Handgun classes and LTC classes to our October class calendar. Our classes fill quickly; please reserve your spot today.Read More
Our range and retail pro-shop remain open 12pm-6pm daily.
Range use is first come, first served; we do not take reservations.
We have very limited availability to teach private lessons, but if any instructors are available, their time is posted on our Lesson Calendar.
We’re currently adding more group classes on our September Class Calendar for LTC and Qualification Classes as well as Intro to Handguns.Read More
All customers, employees, and contractors must wear a face mask covering their mouth and nose when visiting or working in our facility. This is a Travis County Order. Shady Oaks Gun Range is within Travis County. Customers may lower their mask when they are within their booth on the range, but the mask must be worn in all other areas of our facility. Customers who refuse to wear a mask may be refused entrance or asked to leave our facility.Read More
Tuesday, June 23 – Our facility remains open 12pm-6pm daily. All customers must wear a face covering while on our facility.
We are not able to take reservations. Range availability is first-come, first-served.
We’re doing our best to accommodate the demand for private lessons. Most of our instructors are booked 2-3 weeks out at this point. We hope to have our web booking calendar functional soon.
LTC Range Qualification class for Friday, June 26th has been added to our calendar due to high demand. Please don’t delay securing your spot.Read More
Per City and County order, all customers must be wearing a face covering.
Cloth face coverings should –
- fit snugly but comfortably against the side of the face
- be secured with ties or ear loops
- include multiple layers of fabric
- allow for breathing without restriction
- ability to be laundered.
Fabric face coverings are not a substitute for physical distancing measures.
DIY face cover instructions available at http://austintexas.gov/covid19Read More