Groucho Marx once said, "I wouldn't join a club that would allow a member like me." Pretty funny if you think about it.
But clubs are not defined by their membership; clubs are defined by the people they exclude. There was a fraternity at my college that had brothers that were rich, poor, middle class, republican, democrat, nice guys and creeps, a wide variety of types. But what they did not have was any Jews, Blacks, Orientals or Hispanics. What they excluded was what defined the fraternity.
I am a member of a gun club. It excludes reckless shooters; criminals; and, after they get to know you, creeps.
The pay to shoot ranges, and public ranges do not exclude in the same manner. Public ranges are a mixed bag. But the pay to use ranges (and I've used them) always are worrisome. It costs more to shoot at those places than by joining a club. So who are those guys who go to the pay to use ranges?