No, firearms can only be shipped to a FFL holder.
FFL is a Federal Firearm License. You can find a FFL holder typically at gun shops, gun ranges, pawn shops, sporting good stores, and even individuals. Any firearms purchased on our website must be shipped to a local FFL holder of your choice in order for them to complete a background check and collect any documents that are required by state and federal law.
Absolutely! Everyone is welcome to come and shoot in our state-of-the-art indoor shooting range.
Our range is rated to handle .338 Lapua in full-auto fire. Therefore, the range is capable of shooting nearly every household caliber in Ohio.
The following types of ammo are absolutely outlawed from being shot in our range for safety purposes: No armor piercing ammo or steel core ammo, No steel-case ammo unless purchased from Buckeye Shooting Center that day, No tracers, No shotguns (except slugs), No exotic ammo (i.e. Dragon's Breath, Bucking Bull, Rhodesian Jungle, etc.), No bi-metal cased ammo, and anything a Safety Officer deems unsafe. NOTE! A magnet test will be preformed on all ammo that customers bring to shoot. If your ammo fails the magnet test, you will be asked to place that ammo back in your vehicle prior to being allowed on the range.
You sure can! We want you to enjoy the facility regardless of where you purchased your ammo from.
Absolutely! However, if you have a squib load, you must notify a Safety Officer so they can ensure the projectile is safely removed from the barrel.
Yes. However, once a piece of brass has crossed the red firing line, you are not allowed to reach across to gather brass for any reason.
Alert the Safety Officer immediately while keeping the barrel pointed in a safe direction, at your target, down range. They will assist you to ensure the firearm is safe.
No. The firearms come, and go, as packaged from the factory. Buckeye Shooting Center will not break up a factory box to skirt local laws. Do not ask, it will not happen.
Buckeye Shooting Center is not a legal entity, and therefore cannot provide legal advice. During classes however, you will be exposed to certain aspects of Ohio firearms law (i.e. Ohio CHL laws).
Normally, that is not a problem. However, due to the industry just beginning to recover from shortages, we are unable order products at this time. That will change in the future.
Booking range time in advance is a membership perk ONLY. You must be a Red, White, or Blue tier member to book range time. Interested in becoming a member? Visit our membership page for more info. https://buckeyeshootingcenter.com/be-a-member
You can book your range time up to 3 days in advance.
You can book range time for 1 hour.
At Buckeye Shooting Center we have a dedicated Membership Coordinator to cater to our members. Her name is Shannon, and she can be reached directly. Simply email her, Shannon@BuckeyeShootingCenter.com
Absolutely! Buckeye Shooting Center has partnered with SilencerShop to bring you a one-stop-shop solution. No more getting finger prints done at the police station, No more passport photos from CVS. Everything can be done in-house in our SilencerShop Kiosk. Looking for a specific silencer that we don't have in inventory? You can order directly from SilencerShop.com,
Children 10 years old and up are allowed to be on the range. However, the must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. Moreover, the parent/guardian must fill out the 'accompanied minor' section of the waiver.
The age to purchase a long gun is 18 years old. The age to purchase a hand gun is 21 years old.
You can contact Buckeye Shooting Center by phone or email. Please note: we operate in the Eastern Time zone and we’re open during standard business hours (10am to 8pm). If your call is not answered immediately, please leave a message with a contact name, and good phone number to reach you.
Monday-Saturday: 10am - 8pm
Sunday: 10am - 6pm