Recommendation for indoor shooting near Sugar Land?

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Recommendation for indoor shooting near Sugar Land?

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Have a friend that lives in Sugar Land. He's buying two pistols from me (one for him, one for wife). He wants to get proper training and LTC for them. I don't live in the Houston area, so don't really have a recommendation, although I've heard some decent things about Full Armor near Katy (a bit far from SL tho).
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OldCannon wrote: Thu Jan 19, 2023 9:43 am Have a friend that lives in Sugar Land. He's buying two pistols from me (one for him, one for wife). He wants to get proper training and LTC for them. I don't live in the Houston area, so don't really have a recommendation, although I've heard some decent things about Full Armor near Katy (a bit far from SL tho).
RangeUSA is opening a location in Richmond which isn't too far from Sugar Land. The website doesn't say when though.
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Texas Gun Club in Stafford. Not that far from Sugar Land and per a phone call I made they do offer some basic classes as well as advanced. Guy I spoke with said there's some info on the website and mentioned one called Handguns 101. Always nice to help a new shooter.
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Big fan of Texas Gun Club. Its address is Stafford, but it's literally on the border with Sugar Land. (Near Dulles HS)
I live in Katy, but parents are in SL and I go there whenever I can. Good staff, nice showroom, and I've heard decent instruction.
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OldCannon wrote: Thu Jan 19, 2023 9:43 am Have a friend that lives in Sugar Land. He's buying two pistols from me (one for him, one for wife). He wants to get proper training and LTC for them. I don't live in the Houston area, so don't really have a recommendation, although I've heard some decent things about Full Armor near Katy (a bit far from SL tho).
I forgot to mention that PSC Shooting Club in Friendswood has a very good course for women once a month on Saturdays that she may want to attend. PSC Membership is not required.
https://www.pscshootingclub.com/index.p ... -s-program
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