Shady Oaks Gun Range – Retail ProShop is Open. Keep an eye on this page for possible firing range hours.
KEN PAXTON, Attorney General of Texas, has removed any possible confusion:
“…SUMMARY Subsections 229.001(a) and 236.002(a) of the Local Government Code prohibit a municipality or county from adopting regulations related to the transfer, possession, or ownership of firearms, or commerce in firearms. These provisions apply to municipal and county regulation “notwithstanding any other law.” Thus, while municipal and county officials possess general emergency authority to control the movement of persons and the occupancy of premises in a local disaster area under Government Code section 418.108, such orders may not regulate or restrict the sale of firearms.”
“…Section 229.001 of the Local Government Code prohibits certain municipal regulation: Notwithstanding any other law, . . . a municipality may not adopt regulations relating to:
(1) the transfer, possession, wearing, carrying, ownership, storage, transportation, licensing, or registration of firearms, air guns, knives, ammunition, or firearm or air gun supplies or accessories;
(2) commerce in firearms, air guns, knives, ammunition, or firearm or air gun supplies or accessories; or
(3) the discharge of a firearm or air gun at a sport shooting range.
Shady Oaks Gun Range will continue to have the ProShop open from 12pm-6pm to provide Sales and Delivery services. Only two Customer/Clients will admitted to Proshop at anytime to ensure social distances. Please remain orderly queued in vehicles.
Both the pistol range and the rifle range remain closed at this time.
Shady Oaks Gun Range will provide Sales and Delivery services 03/25 from 12pm to 6pm. Only two Customer/Clients will admitted to Proshop at anytime to ensure social distances. Please remain orderly queued in vehicles.
Some may possibly be delivered products previously in a Delayed status and previously paid for at your vehicle. Instructions will be provided as required.
Shady Oaks Gun Range will be closing tonight per city and county orders.
Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell and Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt have issued Stay Home Stay Safe Orders for all individuals in Williamson and Travis Counties. These two Orders cover all of Cedar Park. The Orders take effect at 11:59 p.m. on March 24, 2020, and will continue through 11:59 p.m. on April 13, 2020, subject to the limited exceptions for essential activities.
All non-essential businesses are ordered to close under these directives, leaving only hospitals, fire departments, law enforcement and limited essential businesses including grocery stores and pharmacies open.
March 24, 2020 – The ProShop will be open from 12pm-6pm for retail sales. The pistol range and the rifle range remain closed at this time.