Duke left American when the owner was jacked for firearm violations. The range is under new ownership and management and is now called Pembroke Range and Gun. The manager is Steve and the range is on the upswing after a period of uncertinty. It is a good, no probably the best place for practice from a holster. Many LE and .Gov trainers use the place as do most of the club shooters for practice. Your not required to buy their ammo (unless you rent one of their guns) and can shoot rapid fire. They do maintain safety standards there which is why Big Al's of OFF the list in my view. The gangster factor over there is a bit high for many of the locals tastes.
Although I have not been to Aces, speaking to shooters who have I understand they are slow fire only, no holster, my ammo only place with a lot of customers complaining about the service and attitudes.
I have been waiting to hear about Weston Arms off 595 opening a small indoor range upstairs.