Our current range consists of 12 firing positions, all heated and air conditioned as needed. Calibers from .22 to 44mag can be fired. Rental guns are available, along with a full service on site Pro Shop. The range can be used by individuals or groups and can be rented in conjunction with our state of the art training room to support training in CCW classes for civilians or in service training for law enforcment and most military groups.

Range Rules Liability Waiver    


Summer Special 5-9 M-F $12.50 per hour!
1 shooter $15.00
2 shooters $22.50
Groups of 6 or more $10.00 Per Shooter
Annual Memberships $100 PER YEAR, $25 for each additional family member.
Open Monday - Saturday 10-9
Sunday 12-5


1 - 3 stalls $30 per shooting stall
4 - 6 stalls $25 per shooting stall      



Greg Adamson is the Chief Instructor at Davenport Guns and Shooting Club. Prior to this he served for 31 years for the Bettendorf Iowa Police Department. He retired with the rank of Captain and was the Patrol Division Commander. He served in many other capacities during his tenure to include working as an undercover narcotics officer, patrol officer and supervisor, commander of the Investigation and administrative divisions, tactical team member and supervisor, department training officer and fire arms instructor.
Greg also retired from the U.S. Army / U.S. Army Reserves as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Military Police Corps. During his military career he served as a infantryman, Artillery Officer and Armor Officer. He was also a member of an Army Pistol and Rifle Team and was an instructor and OIC of several rifle ranges at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.
Greg has earned his Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice Administration and teaches as an adjunct professor at a local college. He is a graduate of the Army’s Command and General Staff College and is a graduate of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia.

Hugh served 29 years as an U. S. Army officer on both active and reserve duty retiring in 1999 at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He initially was commissioned as an armor officer but later branch qualified as a Special Forces officer after completing Airborne and Special Forces training. During his 29 years of service he had more than 21 years as commander of an armor platoon, armor company, Special Forces detachment commander and Basic Training Battalion commander. He was also a U. S. Army Command and General Staff instructor.
He was recalled to active duty in 2006 after volunteering for recall after 9/11. In addition to his already extensive weapons training he completed extensive training to qualify as a Military Transition Team advisor assigned to advise the 2nd Iraqi Army Division in Mosul, Iraq during 2007- 2008. He provided advice and assistance to the 2nd Iraqi Army Division’s Commanding General, Deputy Commanding General, Chief of Staff, Personnel Officer, Intelligence Officer, Operations Officer, Logistics Officer, Legal Officer, Military Police Company Commander, Intelligence Surveillance and Recon Company Commander and Bomb Disposal Company Commander while conducting numerous combat operations in Mosul and throughout Ninewah Province.
Hugh is also a retired attorney who was licensed in Iowa, Illinois and the Federal Courts in both states before retiring in 2008. During his career he tried over 400 jury trials as either a prosecutor or in civil defense cases.
Hugh has taught numerous legal courses and seminars in addition to currently teaching Iowa and Illinois concealed carry classes and NRA Basic courses.Trainer 3Trainer 4Trainier 5Trainier 6