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FrogBones Family Shooting Center

Welcome to Frogbones Family Shooting Center!

FrogBones Family Shooting Center

404 S Harbor City Blvd
Melbourne Florida 32901
USA

+13213124576

Business Description

We're a firearms retailer with a 3,000 sqft showroom and a 25 lane indoor shooting range. We offer firearms training and focus on teaching new shooters to become safe and confident in handling a firearm. We promote a safe and family friendly atmosphere and hope to be everyone's ideal "Hometown Gun Store" regardless of where our customer's are from. We offer guns, ammunition, and accessories from all the major brands in the industry available in-store and online. Our manufacturer certified armorers are able to repair any of your gun issues and help get your new purchases set up correctly. We offer custom builds and special orders with the ability to offer a white glove concierge experience. As the premier gun store and range in Central Florida we are proud to deliver unparalleled experiences by hosting the industry's top brands and instructors for special promotional and training events.

Business Hours

Monday10 am–7 pm
Tuesday10 am–8 pm
Wednesday10 am–8 pm
Thursday10 am–8 pm
Friday10 am–8 pm
Saturday10 am–8 pm
Sunday10 am–7 pm
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About Melbourne

Melbourne () is a city in Brevard County, Florida, United States. It is located 72 miles (116 km) southeast of Orlando and 175 miles (282 km) northwest of Miami. As of the 2020 Decennial Census, there was a population of 84,678. The municipality is the second-largest in the county by both size and population. Melbourne is a principal city of the Palm Bay – Melbourne – Titusville, Florida Metropolitan Statistical Area. In 1969, the city was expanded by merging with nearby Eau Gallie. == History == === Early human occupation === Evidence for the presence of Paleo-Indians in the Melbourne area during the late Pleistocene epoch was uncovered during the 1920s. C. P. Singleton, a Harvard University zoologist, discovered the bones of a mammoth (Mammuthus columbi) on his property along Crane Creek, 1.5 miles (2.4 km) from Melbourne, and brought in Amherst College paleontologist Frederick B. Loomis to excavate the skeleton. Loomis found a second elephant, with a "large rough flint instrument" among fragments of the elephant's ribs. Loomis found in the same stratum mammoth, mastodon, horse, ground sloth, tapir, peccary, camel, and saber-tooth cat bones, all extinct in Florida since the end of the Pleistocene 10,000–8,000 BCE. At a nearby site a human rib and charcoal were found in association with Mylodon, Megalonyx, and Chlamytherium (ground sloth) teeth.

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