Is a shooting range a good place for a first date?
What Guys Said 24
Yes it's a very good idea, nothing more exciting then shooting something, helps to blow off steam too.0
Yep, nothing screams romantic love, transcendental union; than shooting holes through the hearts in cardboard cutouts of your brethren. Go for it!0
That depends upon the girl.
If asked whether she prefers clip or magazine and she replies 'belt fed', she is a keeper.1
I asked this very question myself. Most of the people who responded were down for it. I guess it's ok if both of you like the idea.0
If you're both shooters and are interested in them and at least one of you have at least basic knowledge of them and how to operate them safely then yes.0
Haha never even thought of that before, if you both like shooting guns than yeah maybe0
If you both like shooting, I think so.0
No. I'd say do something simple where you can talk. You won't be able to talk in the shooting range comfortablly0
Yeah, I suppose it could be - as long as they are both careful with the gun (s). I'm not ready to die yet. SAFETY, SAFETY, SAFETY!!! Thanks for the idea.0
I guess if it is an interest in common, yeah.
I wouldn't recommend it as as place for a divorce settlement.0
I don't think so unless you already know each other well and you both enjoy shooting. I've been to shooting ranges many times and I can barely hear myself think so I don't think I could have a date and actually talk to her the0
I tried that for a first date before and it freaked her out. I also live in a very liberal state lmao.0
Depends on the couple. Guns and archery are not my thing0
and if the date goes bad, what happens? you both have a 9mm...0
Depends on the lady, if she's got a bit of a wild side then yes it can be.0
Sure. You can go before or after you take her back to the trailer to clean and cook the squirrels you shot for dinner earlier that day.0
I personally don't like guns so for me, no. But you obviously do so go for it.0
Why yes, plenty of chances for touching if she's new to it :P Yeah its a good choice0
if u want0
if your date looks like this, then no1
What Girls Said 13
Always depends on the individual, the weapon and the range. But shooting is loads of fun.
Most people (especially beginners) would probably have the best time if the focus is mainly on target practice. Then it's like a cool, real-life video game. :) A.22 would be good. I've heard of guys taking girls to outdoor ranges with assault weapons, and some might love that, but I think it would be a bit much for most people, men or women, on a first date.0
Uhh, personally I wouldn't like that.
I'm more of an active person so I like dates that involve (physical) action like rock climbing, paint ball or even sky diving for instance.
For a first date I would prefer a quiet location like simply a restaurant - the classic - so you can talk and get to know each other, this would also give you an idea if they are even into shooting guns and stuff first of all.0
If you're trying to impress a guy I'm sure he would think it's pretty "cool"
But for a first date where you guys are getting to know each other, it would be best for a third date perhaps.0
I personally wouldn't want to go to a shooting range for a first date. I think the important thing is to get to know a little of the date's likes first :)0
Yeah, if you want a more active date rather than just chatting over a meal and drinks.0
It's a fantastic first date! He can get close to you to "show you how to handle his weapon". 😈
Errr... I mean the firearm! :)0
Its almost too puuuuuuuuuuuuuuurfect :)0
Do either of you know how to shoot?0
If you're both interesed then why not?0
Hell no! Not sexy or romantic at all 😳
But I'm assuming this is US thing? You people are much different than I thought0
For me and my husband it was. ;)0