Thats not bad. And its always a good idea to do that before you decide on a gun. So what guns did you end up shooting. And are you thinking of making a purchase soon or was it just just for fun to get out and shoot.
I knew of a gun shop/range that did that when I was living in Texas. Cool thing was on Monday's they'd let military members rent the guns for free. Did have to buy their ammo though, but still a great deal to be able to try before you buy.
The only way I'd give a shit about what kind of ammo I'd be putting through a rental is if I had to clean it at the end of the day. Personally, I don't see any responsible business owner letting people come in and take apart a rental gun, as you'd have no idea whether or not the person knows how to put it back together correctly. The range I shoot at does rentals and there's only a few people, myself included, that they'll let take down the rentals and clean them. The way I see it, if you're not cleaning it, who gives a fuck what cheap ass brand you're throwing through it as long as it's safe to shoot.
Well in the case of the shop I was at, the ammo wasn't particularly cheap. That's kind of the point I was getting at in that it was still a good deal to be able to try the different guns out(even though I was paying more for ammo than usual).