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Old 04-20-2016, 8:52 AM
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Question Spenceville range, would this target be acceptable?

I know about the strict "paper targets only" in places like the Spenceville range, I made some targets with small square cardboard boxes stuffed with newspapers to add a little weight then taped them shut and painted them yellow to use for plinking, since plastic jugs and metal targets are not allowed.

these would be fun to shoot at with hand guns to take the place of tin cans , plastic jugs, etc, just something to shoot at that will tumble around when hit.

Do you think these would be OK? or would the Fish & Game say you are shooting garbage and give out a citation for littering?

I always pick up all targets when done, I dont leave any trash behind

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Old 04-20-2016, 9:03 AM
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Honestly every time I go to Spencerville, I just bring a cardboard box. The place is already littered with can jugs etc... I just clean up after myself. I never had any trouble with fish and games because they never came by.
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Old 04-20-2016, 10:09 AM
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Honestly every time I go to Spencerville, I just bring a cardboard box. The place is already littered with can jugs etc... I just clean up after myself. I never had any trouble with fish and games because they never came by.
they do come by to check the range, but they especially keep a close eye on on the range right after it's been cleaned up, that way they can tell if you left garbage or were shooting non paper targets, they hide behind the road by the trees and watch the range when it's all cleaned up, it's hard to tell who's been shooting what / garbage, etc when the range is already littered with it.
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