Responsibility, Safety and Education
Anonymous wrote:This might be better under site suggesions but, it'd be nice to know how many stations are at each range, what the cover is, if any (IE wooden structure, metal, like a carport, etc), and if the stations are delinated by benches and or tables. I can't seem to find that information anywhere, other then if there is a cover, but not what type of cover.
We do not have a date for 600 yards at this time.
When will the 600 yd range be open?
At this time, we do not have the land available to open up a bay for skeet only. Our long range is really the focus in the next few years.
any thoughts on opening skeet bays?
Paper targets or cardboard targets are acceptable. They must be placed on the target boards provided to ensure all shots impact the berm. There are steel plates on the 200 yard range. Steel is not allowed any where else at this time. If you have your own steel you want to use on the 200 yard range, you must be endorsed by the Range Master.
Absolutely NO tumbling style targets or spinning style targets are allowed on any of the ranges.
If you want to know about the range itself, ask here.