In the firearms industry, there’s some pretty well accepted business seasonality. October through March are generally the “up” months, and May through September are generally slower. Having 24 lanes for our customers and members to use helps even that out a bit, but the seasonality still persists. Now, I will say that in the “Hell’s Front Porch” months of July and August in Atlanta, our range use actually picks up a bit because it’s 71* in there, as opposed to 106* in the parking lot. It’s a fun and easy escape. Starting Monday, April 3, we’ll be shifting to “summer hours”. Here’s what the new hours will look like.
Summer Hours Start Monday April 3
- Monday: 11AM – 5PM. We close early already on Monday because we host the most popular indoor USPSA Competition in the country. The Hammer-Down USPSA League has been selling out in less than an hour for over a year now. They shoot six stages, use all three bays, and usually have 40-45 shooters at every match. We captured all the work that goes into every match in this cool video.
- Tuesday: 11AM – 7PM. Only one change here, and that’s closing at 7PM rather than 8PM. You can hop on the range anytime right up to close.
- Wednesday: 11AM – 7PM
- Thursday: 11AM – 7PM
- Friday: 11AM – 7PM
- Saturday: 11AM – 8PM. Saturday is by far our busiest day on average, so we are not changing our Saturday hours at all.
- Sunday: 12PM – 6PM. Just a slight change, similar to the weekdays as we close an hour earlier at 6PM.
These changes help us keep control of our utility costs and make the best use of our employees’ time, while serving our members and customers when you visit the most.
Again, these “Summer Hours” go into effect Monday, April 3.