Zero In Indoor Shooting Center announced on Friday the facility has been sold to the Gallatin County Sheriff's Department. They plan on remaining open until October 24th to the general public.

The Sheriff's Department has been looking for a new facility for some time as they have outgrown their current home, the Law and Justice Center.

If you have any pre-paid punch cards or memberships you have until the 24th to use them. Zero In will also be offering 20% off everything in the store other than ammo and rental firearms. They will continue to sell ammunition for those using the range while supplies last.

Beginning October 6th they are also shifting their business hours. They will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and closed Sunday and Monday.

In an announcement on Facebook, Zero In stated:

We had the range for sale and our hope was that someone would buy it and continue our services to the Bozeman area. Unfortunately, that is not the case, it will be closing to the public. For those of you that have memberships with us, we will be pro-rating your memberships and you will receive a partial refund. Please stop by or call us to make sure we have your current address. It has been our pleasure to serve you these past two and a half years. We are currently having an awesome sale so we hope to see you soon.

Zero In Indoor Shooting Center was listed for sale back in June. The facility was listed for $5,500,000 and features the following:

  • 20 firing lanes divided into 3 individual bays (10 lanes at 25 yds, second 5 lanes at 25 yards, and 5 lanes at 100 yards).
  • Large classroom (fits 40 people).
  • Combat studio.
  • 25,000 sq ft building.
  • 4,000 sq ft of retail space.
  • Two simulation rooms.
  • 6.5-acre lot that can be used for expanding or subdividing.
  • Built-in 2017.

Zero In is located near Jackrabbit and Baxter at 93 Laura Louise Lane in Bozeman.



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