Aussi with a gun Shooter - Gun For Hire would like to welcome the Australia Group to the Range

If this is your First Time visiting the Gun For Hire, here are a few helpful tips!

Welcome to the Only 6 Star Shooting Range! Soon to be America’s Largest Gun Range! No other Range Compares. Guaranteed!
Located In Beautiful Woodland Park, NJ
1267 McBride Avenue, Woodland Park, NJ 07424
Phone: 1.888.GUN.FOR.HIRE (486-3674)

When are we open?
We are open to the public 363 days a year.
We are only closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas Day.

Monday 12pm – 8pm
Tuesday 12pm – 8pm
Wednesday 12pm – 8pm
Thursday 12pm – 8pm
Friday 10am-8pm
Saturday 8am – 8pm
Sunday 8am – 8pm

Can I make a booking?
Bookings are not available. However, some of our Range Memberships allow shooters to jump the queue.

Who is able to participate?
– All you need is a valid State or Territory ID (for example: Driver’s License, Gov. Issued Proof of Age, Passport, etc.) and be accompanied by a friend.
– Each group MUST consist of at least two people.
– Individual shooters are not permitted

I have never used a firearm before, will you teach me?
– Yes, we will make sure that you are very comfortable using the firearm and spend at least 15 minutes training you.

What do I need to do when I get there?
1- Once you have arrived all you need to do is come to the Reception Desk.
2- Reception staff will give you paperwork to sign. Every new person to the Range must fill out paperwork before being permitted to use the shooting range.
3- Reception will then take your photo and confirm your valid State or Territory issued ID. Each person must present valid identification.
4- Once signed-in at Reception, please make your way to the Retail area. The Retail area has two queues: A Members Only queue as well as a Non-Members queue which is located on the right side of the Retail area.
5- Our staff member will help choose the best firearm! We will hold onto your ID while our rental guns are in use. Your identification will be given back to you once the rental equipment has been returned.

What should I wear? What should I bring?
– Shooters must wear footwear that covers the toes and shirts that cover the midriff. This will rule out the possibility for hot shell casings brushing your skin.
– We have all of the equipment you need to start shooting, including: firearms, ammunition, targets, ear and eye protection and more!

How many people are allowed in a Firing Lane?
– The maximum number is 3 people in a lane at any one time. Any more than 3 people will require an additional lane

Can I choose more than one gun?
If you purchased a special L&L package you are limited to the guns provided in the package. After you finish shooting you can also try other guns and ammunition at an additional cost.

Can I take Pictures/Video?
Yes, you can. We ask that you keep your photos to within your lane. Please try not to picture other shooters in your photos/videos. Most importantly, if posing with any firearm, keep the barrel pointed DOWN range and your finger OFF the trigger.
I would like to come with a large group! Do I need to phone in advance?
If you are coming to the Range with 2-8 people there is no need to call.
If you are coming to the Range with 9 or more people please call ahead so we can better accommodate your needs.

Are there any age limits?
Children below the age of 8 years may come into the building and watch, but they are not permitted to enter the shooting Range.
8 years of age and older may shoot at the Range.
Children aged 13 may shoot a rented handgun provided they are accompanied by an adult aged 21 years or over.
Persons aged 18 years or over may only rent long guns if accompanied by an adult who is under the age of 21.

Gun For Hire Range Rules
1- Any unsafe behaviour will not be tolerated, and may lead to your removal from the range.
2- No Firearms are permitted in the retail area unless they are within a locked container.
3- Uncasing of firearms must only occur at the firing lanes.
4- Always keep the gun pointed in a safe direction.
5- Always keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.
6- Always keep the gun unloaded until ready to use.
7- Always keep your gun pointed down range at all times while on the firing line.
8- Do not handle your gun when you are not on the firing line.
9- In the case of a minor firearm or equipment malfunction that cannot be safely resolved, immediately notify a Range Safety Officer (RSO).
10- Alcohol and drug intoxication will meet with refusal of entry to the shooting range, nor will its consumption be tolerated during shooting.
11- In the case of a CEASE FIRE command, shooting must stop immediately.
12- Advise a Range Safety Officer (RSO) immediately of ANY injury that occurs while shooting.
13- Comply with all instructions from the range staff.
14- No fast, excessive or rapid firing allowed.
15- Range rules are subject to change at any time.