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Old 10-22-2012, 7:19 PM
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Saturday 10/27 at Sacramento Valley Shooting Center – Handgun and Rifle Ranges @ 9:00 a.m. (Range closes at 6 p.m).

WHAT: The shoot will follow the informal order of "Meet, Shoot, Eat". The "eat" portion this month will be at the El Gallo Bar and Grill, Rancho Murieta, on the patio if possible, starting at 12:30.

We’ll have some handouts, some stickers and other goodies.

HOW MUCH: Rifle and Pistol range fees, all day, $ 3 for members, $14 for non-members

WHERE: We’ll meet at the picnic tables between the office and the pond. This is where you will check in, and tell us if you’ll join us for lunch. Once you’ve checked in with us, for handguns or for rifles, go to the Range Office and sign in. Fees are for the full day, you’ll be given a wristband. There are no reservations. There is usually good availability at 9 am sharp. When you get on the range, look for the CalGuns Banner.

WHAT IF IT RAINS? : Generally, rain or shine. But subscribe to this thread and check it before you load your guns and go.

Sacramento Valley Shooting Center
15501 Meiss Road,
Sloughhouse, CA 95683 Phone; 916-354-96683
NOTE: The Center is located approximately 15 miles Southeast of the city of Sacramento. Do not use car based GPS or Internet/electronic maps for directions to the range as they often have you entering from Dillard Road. Meiss from Dillard is an unpaved, nearly impassible rock road. Use Ione Road to approach Meiss Road.

Address for El Gallo Bar and Grill:
El Gallo Bar and Grill
7277 Lone Pine Dr #C (Rancho Murieta Plaza, behind the Post Office in the back)
Rancho Murieta, CA 95683 Phone 916 354 8729

No formal competitions this time, just fun. Tell us what kind of competitions you’d like and we’ll try to make it happen in future.

Guns Allowed At range:
Handguns at common handguns calibers
Shotguns – on the shotgun ranges only

Safety: There are cease fires every 15 minutes. Eye and hearing protection are mandatory for anyone on the range. Please be aware that all firearms on the public range MUST use an empty chamber indicator during cease fire periods. Bring your own or buy one at the office for a nominal fee.
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