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Ready to Spend a Day at the Range?

Stop by our range in Longview, TX for firearm practice and fun

Maybe going out shooting has become a fun family-bonding activity for you and your loved ones. Or maybe you want to improve your aim or get a few shots off before taking your LTC class. Either way, you should swing by Top Shot Indoor Range. Our state-of-the-art gun range has everything you need for a day of fun in Longview, TX.

Why wait to get in some firearm practice? Visit us today to pop off a few rounds.


Shoot & Rent


The non-member cost for one shooter is $25/hr with up to 3 additional shooters per lane for $10/each. Fee includes one target. Additional targets are $1.50 each. Eye and ear protection is required and may be purchased at the range.


  • Handguns $15/hr or 3 for $40/hr
  • Rifles $20/hr or 2 for $35/hr
  • Suppressors $10/hr
  • Fully Automatic $60/hr includes 1 mag, additional mags $25/ea

Member Rate


Standard Rate

$25 / hour

Shoot with Us

Upcoming Events

  • June 22 | 9:00-11:00 – GSSF Match 1
  • June 15 – Father’s Day Weekend
  • July 20 | 9:00-11:00 – GSSF Match 2
  • August 24 | 9:00-11:00 – GSSF Match 3

GSSF membership is required of all competitors. competitors must complete 2 of 3 matches to qualify for prizes, and there is a $10 range fee.


keep it safe



We prioritize safety above all else, employing stringent safety measures and enforcing strict adherence to established rules and regulations. As a result, our gun range has earned a stellar reputation, attracting a loyal customer base and fostering a sense of community among shooting enthusiasts.

RULE #1 - Always Point the Firearm Safely

Always keep your gun pointed in a direction where no injury can occur if it discharges, considering potential ricochets and bullet penetration. Maintain awareness and control of where your gun’s muzzle is pointing at all times.

RULE #2 - Treat Every Gun as Loaded

Assume every firearm is loaded. Only load firearms when you are ready to use them. Always check that the chamber, receiver, and magazine are empty when handling or passing a firearm.

RULE #3 - Keep Finger Off the Trigger Until Ready to Shoot

Do not touch the trigger until you are ready to fire. Avoid trigger contact when loading, unloading, or when the safety is engaged.

RULE #4 - Identify Your Target and What’s Beyond

Ensure clarity about your target and its backdrop before shooting. Understand the potential range of your bullet to avoid unintended damage or injury.