Flat Broke is 10 lanes, 25 yards.So how does it compare to other ranges like that?
For non-members they charge $25 an hour, plus a $15 "safety card fee" and $10 for any additional shooter at your lane. If you have two people, that's $65 for the first hour and $35 every hour after. For one person, that's $40 for the first hour.
MD Small Arms Range is 10 lanes, 50 yards, and 14 lanes, 25 yards. Both indoor with retrieval system.
They charge $25 for the whole day on the pistol (25 yd) range. Two shooters is $40.
They charge $35/hr on the rifle range (50 yd). Two shooters is $50/hr.
MSAR offers happy hour pricing also (Mon-Thru 6-8pm) for $12.50/hr (one shooter, pistol range) or $17.50/hr (rifle range).
The pistol range isn't really comparable, price-wise, as you can shoot all day long at MSAR for $25 (using the 25 yard range as apples to apples comparison). Realistically, no one is shooting more than an hour or so. But assuming you want to shoot for, say, 3 hours, that's still $25 at MSAR and $90 at Flat Broke.
Obviously, MSAR is a bit of a haul for most people in SoMD. Especially those in the St. Mary's area.
Having shot at MSAR a handful of times, my guess is the clientele at Flat Broke will be slightly better than those at MSAR. Can't tell you how many times I've seen someone holding their handgun sideways or shooting off their tippy toes. They have viewing windows for the pistol range, so it's fun to watch while waiting.
MSAR has a 50 yard range though which is nice for sighting in rifles/shotguns.