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Where to shoot?

Discussion in 'Gun Club/Range Talk' started by zodiii, May 5, 2010.

  1. claricSTi

    claricSTi Sharpshooter

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    Happy Hollow is non-member, 10 bucks to shoot. I just recently got an XD40 as well and have been going out to HH a couple times a week (actually going tomarrow). The wagoner range is also a good free place to shoot but is qyurw a drive as well. Wagoner also has the unfortunate downside of unsafe shooters.
     
  2. zodiii

    zodiii Marksman

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    I will head out there sometime soon then, heck, maybe tomorrow too. I've only shot a single clip through my XD, wanting to get out and get some good lead down range badly!

    Does Happy Hollow have a plinking range? Wouldn't mind breaking out the 10/22, or the little .22 revolver I have.
     
  3. claricSTi

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    Yes they do, they have the rifle range right next to the pistol range. I believe 50,100,150 and 200 yards is the distances they have on the plinking range out there.
     
  4. coythtr

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    Wagoner range is dangerous ground ,its 13 miles from my house and i drive 40 to okmulgee or cherokee just to avoid it.
     
  5. zodiii

    zodiii Marksman

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    I will make sure I avoid that like the plague then. So ready to get out and shoot! I expect it will be a good stress reliever from all this studying for the exam to get into Grad school!

    Think I may check out Happy Hollow this weekend.
     
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    I took my son out there last Saturday.. We got there at 9am and stayed until close to eleven and we were the only ones there...

    As we were finishing up a group of older adults and their kids were setting up.. They were getting the targets ready and going over the rules.. I didn't see any problems with the area..

    I guess the key is to get there early before everyone starts getting around...

    From the looks of the area it is an almost 100% chance you would never see me there on a late Saturday or Sunday afternoon...[Broken External Image]
     
  7. Teufelshunde

    Teufelshunde Marksman

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    Happy Hollow is the only local range my family goes to. The owner Don is pretty strict but thats a good thing. Being a younger guy, 23yrs old, you sometimes get the cold shoulder from some gun people or store owners. Don has always helped my grandfather, father, and now me. I just heard he has a skeet range. I'll be checkin that out a little later in the year.
     
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    tonymcvay Marksman

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    Where is the Wagoner range located?
     
  9. coythtr

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    Its on 51hwy straight through wagoner out by airport and rodeo grounds.
     
  10. tonymcvay

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    Thats pretty bad I grew up in Coweta and never knew there was a range out that way. We always had our own land to shoot on though.
     

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