I can believe it.skeathley wrote: ↑Tue Jun 19, 2018 5:23 pmI also quit FGC. I was a charter member, but they are not i terested in shooters; they want newbies, so they can sell them guns and classes and headsets and tactical clothing. They oversold their capacity, then stopped customer service. They are just salesmen.
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I realize this thread is from December but wanted to add in that my experience with them was VERY similar to this. I have even been asked to "wrap it up" after an hour when shooting by myself and my membership is suppose to be zero range fees. Truth is, the fees are still not "free". You are paying them up front in your membership fees. I was done with them after the umpteenth time they treated me like I was imposing on them to use a range for more than an hour. I was one of the first to join, even before they had officially opened but longevity means very little to them.Beiruty wrote: ↑Wed Dec 27, 2017 5:50 pmI had enough with Frisco Gun Club.
I am done with FGC, I requested a full refund of my membership and got my refund receipt before I left.
Short story, I had 4 guests with me, who would like be introduced to shooting. We were assigned a single lane.
Then 50 mins later on the lane, were warned to wrap up and leave because other shooters are waiting. I refused to leave. It was not fair to 5-shooters to be assigned on a single lane and then ask us to leave.
FGC went from a premiere gun club of Collin County to sketchy place, run-down range with idling lanes due lack of repairs. I was on lane 15 and 16 was down due to unrepaired target shuttle.