the indoor range near me requires i purchase their lead free/frangible ammo. i wonder if that is a state/local requirement or just that this particular range requires it themselves? maybe the indoor range i go to wasn't designed or reinforced to handle standard lead ammo? you can shoot pistols and rifles there. is it fairly common or standard practice to require frangible ammo at indoor ranges? how about you guys? does the indoor range you go to allow you to bring your own non-frangible ammo? are you allowed to shoot both pistols and rifles at your indoor range or does yours only allow pistols?