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OMG, why spend the money for a gun range in Baltimore City. just go down to Pennsylvania Ave, Cherry Hill or anywhere on the East Side. I think those areas are city run free umm "ranges". Idk about the city, but consider going out to AA or Balto County. You would be amazed at how different the ranges and gun stores are. And I have been gone for a couple of years. It amazes me that DC, and Maryland, as close as they are to the physical actual 2nd amendment have such ridiculous laws... Just make sure u dont have a 30round mag for a long gun!
I don't know if you can go by yourself at 18 or not- you can give them a call. Laws have changed in new-jersey over the years. I went to Calhoon Marine Engineering School in Baltimore at 9 Light street back in the 60's. We had 2 students that were allowed to keep handguns (Rugers 357 mag and 44 mag) on campus. One was 19 and the other 24, and from out of state. The assistant director of the school was the retired police chief of Baltimore. Politics may have played a hand. Go figure-
Generally, if you are in the company of an adult, there is no legal age limit preventing you from firing a gun at the local range. The local range might (and probably) does have some age limit in place. Common sense also applies. If you are nine year old, you would probably be allowed to shoot a .22 caliber gun but not allowed to fire a .500 S&W magnum.
As long as you are accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, there is no minimum age as far as the law is concerned. However, most ranges probably set a minimum age for insurance liability reasons. You will need to check the rules at the range you plan to go to.
I'm 18 so I can shoot my rifle and buy ammo directly from the range for it but I am not old enough to buy 9mm ammo for my pistol so I just bring afew boxes with me.
It varies by Age if your with an adult usually 12 buy if your alone usually 21
1 every range has own rules ..I have a thing called a telephone,,try it..CALL ASK 2 most states only require adult with under age person..and it varies ,,go to www [your state] fish and game dept..on yahoo/google
Don't Know. In California, 21 to shoot a handgun, 18 to shoot a long gun, and you can be a kid if your parent comes with you.