SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- San Francisco's only outdoor shooting range is being evicted after 78 years on the southwestern shore of Lake Merced.
The Pacific Rod and Gun Club has being paying $4,700-a-month.
But the Public Utilities Commission says the sweetheart deal is over and attempts have failed to reach a modern lease deal.
The 400-member gun club was given an eviction notice on Friday.
The San Francisco Chronicle says a modern lease would require more liability insurance and compliance with antidiscrimination laws.
It would also give the city a 50-50 share when the club subleases its land. Officials say the gun club collected $50,000 for parking at the U.S. Open golf tournament in June and none of it went to the city.
Gun club lawyer James Arnold says he's optimistic a lease agreement can still be reached.
Take a look at images from the shooting range below: