Staccato Ranch Will Open To Members On May 11

Staccato announces the opening of Staccato Ranch in Texas on May 11, a facility the company describes as “one of the largest and most extensive private gun clubs in America, where Staccato’s family of owners and patriots are invited to celebrate freedom.”

posted on April 25, 2024
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The new Staccato Ranch in Florence, Texas, will open to members on Saturday, May 11, 2024.
Photo courtesy of Staccato

Staccato recently announced that its Staccato Ranch private gun club in Florence, Texas, will open to members on Saturday, May 11.

Nestled on 770 acres of scenic landscape north of Austin in Texas Hill Country, Staccato Ranch is home to Staccato headquarters, where the company’s 2011 handguns and ammunition are made. Activities and amenities at the facility include 17 private outdoor pistol bays, a 26-lane indoor range, three sporting clays courses, two five-stand clays courses, private and group lessons, plus ample fishing.

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Pro shooter and Staccato team member Michelle Viscusi at Staccato Ranch in Florence, Texas. At the new facility, Staccato aims to break the boundaries of traditional shooting by designing experiences you’ll find almost nowhere else. (Photo courtesy of Staccato)


More from the company about Staccato Ranch: “Staccato has created a family of patriots who love shooting, love challenging themselves, love America and are passionate about protecting American freedoms. Staccato Ranch is the place where Staccato unites this family to build courage, celebrate freedom, elevate heroes every day and produce that Staccato smile.”

At Staccato Ranch, the company aims to break the boundaries of traditional shooting with unique experiences. Inspired by heroes in military and law enforcement special operations, Staccato Ranch offers experiences where you can train like a special operator with special operators. These challenges will train you to shoot on the move through dynamic environments at moving targets. These experiences are designed to be fun and accessible to novice shooters, while still challenging to the professional.

The extensive range of activities can be reserved by Staccato Ranch members, so they can get their practice reps done in the privacy of their own private bay, or in a group setting. Additionally, members can tour the Staccato manufacturing facilities.

“When you purchase a Staccato pistol, you become a family member for life,” Marine Corps veteran and Staccato CEO Nathan Horvath said. “This family shares a love for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. And, they share a love for shooting Staccato handguns and ammunition. But, many have expressed they do not have a great place to shoot and connect with like-minded patriots. So, we decided to do something about it and give these American heroes a truly special place to gather—their own private club and ranch located on 770 acres of Texas Hill Country. At Staccato Ranch, the Staccato family of patriots can chase the American spirit alongside others who share their values.”

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Staccato Ranch is the next offering from Staccato. The company said it is “chasing perfection in delivering the best brand experience in the industry to their family of Staccato owners.” (Photo courtesy of Staccato)


When shooting is done for the day, ranch members and guests can relax at the clubhouse and pro shop to enjoy food and beverages. Staccato Ranch is also considering offering overnight facilities, along with other physical assets for members who wish to stay longer.

“Staccato is built for heroes and made in America because we have a deep belief in the American ideal,” Army veteran and Staccato President Andrew Kletzing said. “Staccato owners don’t just buy our Staccato pistols. They buy into this same belief. Now, Staccato Ranch members can tour the factory where our pistols and ammo are made. Then, they can feel ‘Pure Staccato’ when they shoot Staccato Ranch challenges with their Staccato pistols and ammo, all while being surrounded by everyday heroes who protect and embody American freedoms.”

Members of Staccato 368, the company’s community of handgun owners, received early access to apply for Staccato Ranch membership. While application for membership at Staccato Ranch is now available, 368 members will receive priority in the application process. Staccato Ranch will accept applications until availability is full to ensure an exceptional experience and availability of activities for members.


Staccato’s 2011 pistols have been approved by more than 1,500 U.S. law enforcement agencies over the past five years. Earlier this month, Staccato launched its ammo subscription service, with the company’s Match and Range 9 mm ammunition available by the case or box. Staccato guarantees supply for the life of your subscription (if you sign up while supplies last).

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