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Old 01-28-2017, 8:44 PM
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First time at this range and I read through the rules, no steel targets, no cans, wood, glass, boxes, trash allowed. Fruits and veggies okay, so knowing this I still have a few concerns:
  • how creative have you guys been with taking your own stuff for plinking?
  • Would I be allowed to bring my own frame made of PVC/wood?
  • Are 2 liters filled with water okay?
  • Tannerite or exploding plastic bottles made by compressed air?
  • Balloons?
  • Bowling Pins?
  • Ex-Wives?
  • Donald Trump Targets? (I bet someone just smiled at the ex wife gag then frowned pretty hard when Trump was mentioned
  • Are the target rules more lenient in the private range pits compared to the public rifle/pistol range?


Really excited to go out there tomorrow and hit dirt and possibly get around to zeroing my sights!
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Old 01-31-2017, 8:27 PM
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They don't allow you to shoot anything with plastic either, what you can do is build your own pvc target and zip tie a cardboard to it, exactly how they do it, for 3 dollars or less, and then cut a small flap (in a V shape) so it can hold a clay pigeon, and shoot em, its fun over there compared to ASR because burro canyon lets shoot a little faster (rapid fire) hehe
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Old 02-06-2017, 3:48 PM
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Went there once for a private rangeand like said my wood target stands were a no go so basically left me with nothing to shoot at except some clay pigeons i had.
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Old 02-08-2017, 8:22 PM
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Went there once for a private rangeand like said my wood target stands were a no go so basically left me with nothing to shoot at except some clay pigeons i had.
weird i just called them today and they said wood stands were a go and that he didnt care about nails and L brackets. how much of your wooden stand was metallic and how big was it?
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Old 02-08-2017, 8:23 PM
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They don't allow you to shoot anything with plastic either, what you can do is build your own pvc target and zip tie a cardboard to it, exactly how they do it, for 3 dollars or less, and then cut a small flap (in a V shape) so it can hold a clay pigeon, and shoot em, its fun over there compared to ASR because burro canyon lets shoot a little faster (rapid fire) hehe
yeah i just saw videos on how to make a basic pvc frame, even saw the flaps on cardboard help hold the clays.
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Old 05-06-2017, 11:10 PM
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Went there once for a private rangeand like said my wood target stands were a no go so basically left me with nothing to shoot at except some clay pigeons i had.
that sounds like there needs to be more detail.

i have always taken my wood framed target stand. i mean wood frame stuff is the basic target stand one can have.
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I usually take small melons and grapefruit and lay them on the burm at 200 yards. That's virtually the only problem I have with Burro. 200 yards gets old real quick.
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Must be out of ca because even the dumbest calgunners knows tannerite illegal in ca. He hides his location so he can troll.

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Do they allow bowling pins?
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Do they allow bowling pins?
Yes they do
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Old 07-29-2017, 6:07 AM
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Thanks jarhead714, appreciate it. I'm headed up there in a few hours.
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