Police Pistol Combat League
A few clues that something is happening:
A) Their Facebook page has not been updated since May 24 of this year. This is very unusual. From inception, GTR has always had an active Facebook presence. EDIT 7/8/2016: GTR resumed updating their Facebook page.
B) There are no future events listed on their webpage. Again, this is unusual because they always had something planned.
C) The training calendar on their website has only a couple of items for the near future. Again, very unusual ... EDIT 7/8/2016: Training classes are again being offered; caveat emptor.
D) Those who are members of the club allegedly cannot use their membership range-time allocation; they have to pay-per-session. I have not verified this; this is something that I heard and I also read it in reviews at Google+ GTR Sporting Club page.
EDIT: I removed my "copy and paste" of those comments since one vanished from the G+ page.
F) The Gun Store / Pro Shop section is dark and locked tight with a sign stating that it is closed for "Inventory / Audit."
NOTE: Today I overheard an employee tell a concerned customer that, "Everything will be back to normal sometime around the second week of August."
What I know for certain:
1) Pay-per-session shooting at GTR, for a large part, looks to be business as usual. I last went shooting there on June 10th and they accepted my prepaid range-time punch-card.
2) One section of the shooting range (I believe it is referred to as the 8-Lane Combat Range) has been closed off. I will venture a guess that this MAY simply be just to save some energy costs by not running the very elaborate air-handling system and the lights on that section; there is no reason to keep equipment online when pay-per-session shooters have been scant.
3) EDIT 7/9/2016: I stopped in just after noon today to get an Italian beef and I see that there is a sign posted that Frankie's Cafe is temporarily closed. Ignore everything (below) that I wrote the other day about Frankie's Cafe.
I was a member of the club for their first year of existence. During this second year of operation, I have been a pay-per-session customer (about once per month).
At this blog site I have written prior entries about GTR:
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