City spokesperson Jacqui Diaz says the application, which only addresses parking for the store, will go before the Planning Commission on Feb. 11.
"The Community Development Director has referred the application to the Planning Commission for consideration," Diaz says. "They will be considering only the parking standard for the consideration of the Indoor Shooting Range, not the use itself."
The Vacaville location sells guns, ammunition, hunting and fishing gear and offers gun safety and hunting education courses for gun enthusiasts. William and Travis Morgan have not yet been reached for comment.
The store would be the first of its kind in the area. There are public shooting ranges in Castro Valley, San Leandro and Livermore.