Thursday, December 8, 2016

With some of the recent events here at the range, we are forced to NO longer allow rapid fire on range #4 (rifle range). We had a few patrons that could not control their firearm and several of the rounds left the range as they did NOT impact a berm, I know its the size of a small SUV but they still missed. We still have a range setup for full auto, bump fire and now rapid fire (#6). So now on range #4 you will see the following signs at every bench. They seem to be very clear in description, but i'll explain just a tad.

Rapid fire is the firing of more then 1 round every 3 seconds. So when you fire a round, ensure it hits the berm, count to 3 and you can fire the 2nd, so on and so forth. You may ask "why" well when a novice shoots his rifle, most times his eyes close, he yanks the trigger, the round leaves, they get spooked & slightly loosen the rifle, so the rifle muzzle climbs, he yanks the trigger again, but now that 2nd round is sent in the sky and only God knows where it hits, and they repeat this process several times never knowing where their bullets are landing. EVERY bullet that leaves your firearm is YOUR responsibility, you own that bullet till it buries itself in dirt.

Failure to hit the berm.....well that should be fairly obvious but i'll explain. When you fire a round, that round must go into the BERM, not at the ground 6ft in front of you or aiming at the clouds, most likely that bullet ricocheted or traveled somewhere else. Have you ever seen rocks bounce off water...well bullets do the same thing when not impacting a berm. Sending a bullet straight in the BERM or backstop ensures the bullet has landed in a safe area and not endangered someone else.

If you feel you need help sighting or just handling in your rifle, we would love to do that for FREE. We want to make sure you can hit your intended target. So don't hesitate to ask anyone for help. Unfortunately cause of these rules and breaking them you can/will be asked to leave. Hopefully this never happens cause we want everyone to have safe shooting fun, but if is causing danger to someone else. Well I'd rather have them leave then face even greater consequences.
If you made it this far, thank you for taking the time to read this.

Tuesday, November 22, 2016

With Hunting season in full swing we have had numerous people ask if we offer the hunters education field day course.  We usually offer it prior to the hunting season but we will offer this 1 class on November 28, 2016 at 8:00am.  This will be the ONLY class we will have until next year in July.

Who needs the course ??
Every hunter (including out-of-state hunters) born on or after Sept. 2, 1971, must successfully complete hunter education. Minimum age for certification is 9 years.

You must call to register for the class to ensure we have enough spots.
Cost of the Field Day Course is $20, which is way cheaper then the fine if caught without it.

All students MUST complete the online portion of the hunters education, it should be the FREE online course through Texas Parks & Wildlife.
I've included a link to the free course here

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Sunday, August 28, 2016

We will be offering one more Hunters Ed class for this hunting season.  You are required to have taken this class at least once.  Our next class will be held Sept 11 @ 10:00am.  The only requirement is having completed the online portion....make sure its the FREE online portion.  So many people are paying for the online portion, its free if you go to the Texas parks and wildlife website or follow the link down below.

FREE TEST   <<-----click here

Friday, July 22, 2016

Its that time of year again when we start gearing up for the upcoming hunting season.  We have alot of young shooters that are needing their Hunters Education course prior to the hunting season.

We are going to start offering the class, don't wait till the last day, they fill up fast and you'll be left with a crying child not allowed to hunt.

Class dates
July 23     2:00p - 6:00p
July 31     10:00a - 2:00p

August 13  2:00p - 6:00p
August 14  2:00p - 6:00p
August 21  2:00p - 6:00p

Prerequisites for the course are completion of the online portion of the hunters education test on the Texas Parks & Wildlife website TEST HERE

Please show up 15min prior to class to register

Sunday, July 3, 2016

July 4th is a day to celebrate America's independence.  We remember all the things that help us maintain our freedoms.  We here at Massey's want to show our freedoms to rental all rentals this July 4th will be FREE.  Thats right, ALL rentals are free, no charges this Monday on rentals.  So don't be that guy that shows up with a wooden gun.
  We will be open this Monday regular hours 10a-6p. So instead of waiting at home for fireworks to start, spend the day at the range learning to protect yourself.  The world is changing an we need to be prepared for all those evil people we have in this world that want to hurt us to prove their idiocricies.  So again, this Monday to not have an excuse on why you can't defend yourself, we are offering free rentals.  Now get out, learn to shoot, protect your freedoms, and be safe.

  Happy Birthday AMERICA !!!!!!!!

Wednesday, April 13, 2016


The New ruling on silencers goes into effect July 13th.  A lot of people are in a panic, in a way you should be and in a way not so much.  Let me give you a brief update on whats going on.

To be worried....well anytime laws change that make things more difficult it stresses us and makes people nervous.  When 41F comes into effect the major change will be the submission of passport style photos that you can get at any Walgreens or CVS just like when you submitted for your passport. The other thing will be fingerprints that you can get at any police station, border patrol office, jail or detention center.   Its really not that hard, the biggest concern will be taking the other people on your trust to do the same thing, it can a troublesome event, more of a hassle. But nothing pain staking or life changing.  You can still enjoy the silence just will a few more paper documents to do.
Not to be worried...silencers are still legal.  They're still available and still plenty of them,  For the guys that couldn't get a CLEO to sign off well now they can tell them to pound sand (don't do that) but no they bypass that guy and send in the docs and can get a silencer now.  Its a small step backwards but for the most part several steps forward.

To end, if you have any questions on silencers from buying them to filling out paperwork...ask me !!!!  Its what I live and breathe, I enjoy them and shoot them often.  If there is anything that a gun guy likes is showing off his guns, I'm here and will gladly show you the art of silence.

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

So I shot my first turkey today, scared the crap out of everyone in the frozen food section, it was awesome !!!!

We will be open on Thanksgiving Day normal business hours, 10a-6p, so once you're bored of the in-laws or want to get out of cleaning the kitchen, get out & shoot.

Also, this Saturday November 28th we will be having our Handgun Carry Class (open & concealed) at 2:00pm. Don't wait till next year when Open Carry goes into effect, Texas DPS is going to get backlogged with all the applications.....don't wait.