45 Metty Dr, Ann Arbor, MI 48103
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A range for every skill level and interest

A3 partnered with only the best indoor range manufacturers to offer you a premium shooting experience. Supported by our expert staff, we are proud to present a state-of-the-art sports complex to our local gun-enthusiast community.

Pistol range

Enjoy our 25-yard pistol-only bay with 8 lanes and user-friendly controls. Handicap accessible and open to the public.

Long gun range

Experience our 25-yard long-gun range with 8 lanes, user-friendly controls and rated for rifle and shotgun (slug only). Handicap accessible and open to the public.

Tactical bay

Step into our dedicated member-only tactical bay (25-yard), offering 8 lanes, an action target all-wheel drive system and touch screen interface. Handicap accessible.

Ann Arbor Arms is the first in Southeastern Michigan to offer such an all-encompassing, state-of-the-art shooting facility.

Action Target

Range rates

1/2 hour pistol lane


One additional person per lane: $8

1/2 hour rifle lane


One additional person per lane: $8

1 hour pistol lane


One additional person per lane: $8

1 hour rifle lane


One additional person per lane: $8

Firearm rentals



Premium handgun




NFA item

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Rental policies

  • All firearm rentals require purchase and use of Ann Arbor Arms approved ammunition.
  • Firearm rentals for non-members will require a party of 2 people.
  • You must be at least 18 years of age to rent a rifle and 21 years of age to rent a handgun.
  • One member of the party must have firearms experience in order to rent a firearm. Experience will be determined by an Ann Arbor Arms instructor. If they deem that more experience is required a New Shooter Package is available for purchase to have an instructor present during your time on the range.

Range rules

  • Treat all firearms as if they are loaded
  • Never put your finger on the trigger unless you are on a designated target
  • Never point a firearm at anything other than a valid target down range
  • If anyone calls a “cease fire” immediately stop shooting, set your firearm down, and step back from the stall
  • All firearms must be pointed down range while inside the shooting stall
  • Appropriate attire is required, no open toed shoes
  • Eye and ear protection must be worn at all times while in the range, including both vestibule areas
  • Only remove your firearms from their cases or holster once you are in your designated stall
  • Always know your target and what is beyond it (Be aware of the ceiling, floor, and walls when shooting and where your shot on target will travel through)
  • Firearms must stay in assigned shooting lanes at all times
  • A maximum of two shooters per a lane (Only one person may shoot at a time)
  • No steel core, incendiary, armor piercing, bi-metal jacket or illegal ammunition allowed on the range
  • Only slug rounds will be allowed when firing shotguns
  • Largest caliber allowed is a 30-06 exceptions may be made depending the ammunition being used
  • Anyone who intentionally shoots the baffles, ceilings, walls, or anything other than their designated target will be charged for the damage, escorted from the range and not allowed back. If a member does this, their membership may be revoked along with charges for the damage
  • All range safety officers commands are final and non-negotiable. Anyone who refuses to follow range safety officer directions will be immediately escorted from the building
  • Anyone believed to be under the influence and/or smelling of any intoxicating substance will not be allowed in the range and may be escorted from the building
  • Shooters may only shoot at targets in their assigned lanes
  • Shooters will not be allowed to pick up brass forward of the firing line
  • No rapid fire or double taps, unless the shooter is a member and has passed the qualifications (Anything faster than a 1 1000 count is deemed as rapid fire)
  • No drawing from the holster, unless the shooter is a member and has passed the qualifications
  • All shooters must secure their personal firearms unloaded in their range bags, or, if loaded,
    secured in their holster while on either the sales floor or range
  • When returning firearms, shooters must have a range safety officer check the firearm before l
    eaving the range
  • Shooters may only load their firearms while standing in their firing stall, facing down range
    (Magazines can be loaded behind the firing line)
  • No private instruction allowed in the range without authorized consent from Ann Arbor Arms management
  • We highly recommend that if you are nursing, pregnant, or have any medical conditions that could be affected by using the range. Please consult your physician first
  • The minimum age to be in the range is 10 years old. A legal parent/guardian must be present with minor (10-17 years old) at all times in the range


  • Please wait until you are in your designated lane before you remove your firearm from the case or holster
  • Be aware of your muzzle direction when removing firearms from the case
  • No steel-core, bi-metal jackets, armor piercing ammo, or illegal ammunition on the range at any time. (When using shotguns only slugs may be used)
  • No rapid fire, unless you are a member that has been qualified (Anything faster than a 1 1000 count is as deemed rapid fire)
  • If anyone calls a cease fire immediately stop firing set your firearm down and step back from the stall
  • Please be aware of where your bullets are impacting beyond the target (Larger targets such as our #9 target, please fold the head over if you are shooting at the target 10 yards or less)
  • No private instruction
  • There is a $10 fee for each ceiling, floor and wall strikes. Other damage fees may apply.
  • Please sweep brass forward of the line after you are done shooting