Centennial Gun Club in Centennial, Colo. has just finished moving to a new facility as the end result of a $10 million expansion process in order to relieve their backlog. Scroll down to watch a virtual walkthrough of the facility.
There is now 35,000 square feet the new facility, which is located at 11800 E. Peakview Ave. in Centennial, as compared to 8,500 square feet of space at their old facility. Construction on the new facility began last May and finished up just before Christmas.
At the new Centennial Gun Club facility, there are 28 new shooting lanes (eight of which are part of their new VIP area), as well as locker rooms for members, 5,000 square feet of retail space and classrooms for training.
“We really believe in training, and we believe anyone with a firearm has a tremendous responsibility and need to be trained how to use it and we have a range of classes,” said Richard Abramson, general manager and CEO of Centennial Gun Club. “What we see is people come in and buy their first firearm, we help them get training and then they go practice and elevate their skills, and people find it’s really fun so people keep cycling back through the equip, prepare and practice.”
Abramson said he wants to take the Centennial Gun Club nationwide.
“We wanted this to be our flagship operation and we’re working on a number of other ranges not only in Denver but the rest of the country as well,” Abramson said.
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