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Old 03-20-2010, 2:34 PM
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Finally, we got it cleaned up.....
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Kudos to everyone whom turned out!

Shows what kind of power a little bit of organization will deliver.

Wish I wasn't 500 miles away, or I would have joined ya for this one....
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The pics of us shooting in the area with the gorgeous, beautiful "pond" in the middle is an altogether separate range we opted to shoot at.

Oh yeah two of us are not in the group pic....

Also, thanks need to be directed to the two whom hauled all that garbage out of there to the dump.

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Not a problem! The good part is with us being residents and the way we pay for our trash fees it was 100% free.

Glad we were able to get it all done and also be able to show you guys a safer place to shoot. Next time we should make a clean-up day of the place I showed you and the one I talked about. We could spend a day cleaning up those places pretty easy.

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Thanks for posting the pics. You guys with the trailers made life easy, thanks so much. That's awesome that you were able to take the loads to the dump at not extra cost.
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I'm happy to see you brought some young guys.
I was afraid this would be another example of old white guys cleaning up the world.
Good work.
You do realize this effort was organized by a woman, right? And as a C3 function, you also realize that a good percentage of the C3 leadership (including the architect of the entire program) is under 30 yrs old, right? And you do realize that some of the key leaders are not 'white', right?




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I'm happy to see you brought some young guys.
I was afraid this would be another example of old white guys cleaning up the world.
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I dont care who is doing it as long as it is done.
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You do realize this effort was organized by a woman, right? And as a C3 function, you also realize that a good percentage of the C3 leadership (including the architect of the entire program) is under 30 yrs old, right? And you do realize that some of the key leaders are not 'white', right?




ETA: Yes, I am a 32 yr old white male.
I guess that puts me in the Old Guy Category as I am soon to be 41. I had my 16 yr old daughter out there helping along with my Dad. WE had a blast and thank all those that made the trek up the hill and helped us keep our area clean...even though its not the safest spot to shoot it is VERY Visible to the Rangers.
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What an awesome job folks!

Considering how precious (and tenuous) our range resources are, it's efforts like this one that will ensure our ability to use and train with our firearms - advancement of gun rights can be muted by the closure of ranges, and I am so very proud of our Foresthill range cleanup team for taking it upon themselves to sacrifice their time in exchange for this difficult, dirty but necessary act of maintenance.

Again, a huge *thank you* to everyone that coordinated and executed this effort. You all should be proud to consider yourselves 1%ers.
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Great job guys and gal. And a big Thank You

I do have a question though. That area seems to be very rocky and just does not look like a really safe area to shoot at. Is there a soft backstop somewhere that is not being shown? The area you folks appear to be shooting into has a slight backstop but seems to me as though may of those rounds are going into the forest where god knows what or who could be.

Maybe the pictures just do not show it well. Just asking is all.
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I guess that puts me in the Old Guy Category as I am soon to be 41. I had my 16 yr old daughter out there helping along with my Dad. WE had a blast and thank all those that made the trek up the hill and helped us keep our area clean...even though its not the safest spot to shoot it is VERY Visible to the Rangers.
You're 41?! When I saw the pictures from the clean up I told my husband that you and your daughter looked like you were the same age.

Thanks so much for coming! And thank you everyone! I REALLY wish I had been able to go!
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My family owns a restaurant in auburn, CA. How far is this outdoor range from downtown auburn(the restaurant is located about quarter of a mile from placer high)?
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My family owns a restaurant in auburn, CA. How far is this outdoor range from downtown auburn(the restaurant is located about quarter of a mile from placer high)?
which one? And maybe 35 minutes.
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Huh I need to look that place up... I live here and never herd of it... In old town or where? Thanks
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Great job guys and gal. And a big Thank You

I do have a question though. That area seems to be very rocky and just does not look like a really safe area to shoot at. Is there a soft backstop somewhere that is not being shown? The area you folks appear to be shooting into has a slight backstop but seems to me as though may of those rounds are going into the forest where god knows what or who could be.

Maybe the pictures just do not show it well. Just asking is all.
That was my immediate impression of that range...... very very unsafe cause people use those rocks to prop up targets...... dumb and dumber, but at least it is clean.
The area does shine for shooting clay birds, Shooting to the south, it's just perfect
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That was my immediate impression of that range...... very very unsafe cause people use those rocks to prop up targets...... dumb and dumber, but at least it is clean.
The area does shine for shooting clay birds, Shooting to the south, it's just perfect
We did not shoot at the clean up location. For the reasons you stated and others it is not an 'ideal' location.

Someone in the group familiar with the area took us to a better location a few miles away following the clean up.

That location starts with the photo of the "pond." It had a hill backstop and was in a depression rather then the top of a hill. I hope to return to that spot soon.

Hope that clears it up.
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No matter what people do shoot there and it is a mess. It is not terrible but yes it is rocky and there are better places to shoot. I have only gone there a few times and mostly shoot cans there with .22's
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Great job guys!


Oh man, wait til everyone see's our Cherry Creek pictures.

It is about 10 million times worse than yours was.
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It's in downtown auburn across from the clock tower. The address is 904 lincoln way. Stop by and have some fish and chips.

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Was out at the range at the quarry off Finning Mill Rd. this weekend and it is badly in need of a cleanup. More stuff than I have ever seen. Someone piled some of it up into a pile, but there is a lot of junk there.
I would be up for a cleanup day there.

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Was out at the range at the quarry off Finning Mill Rd. this weekend and it is badly in need of a cleanup. More stuff than I have ever seen. Someone piled some of it up into a pile, but there is a lot of junk there.
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Great Job Guys and Gals! I find people, most, are more likely to clean-up after them selves when it is clean to begin with. It drives me absolutely nuts when I see shooters screwing it up for the rest of us.
I've been a dirt bike guy for more decades than I care to admit and have seen riding areas dry up dramatically. Shooting areas are even more fragile. It is forums like this that help to educate the ignorant and help to serve our collective interest over the long haul. Again THANKS! and oh yeah the rest of you, remember to pack your s... out of there or I'll flick a bugger on ya.
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Not a problem! The good part is with us being residents and the way we pay for our trash fees it was 100% free.

Glad we were able to get it all done and also be able to show you guys a safer place to shoot. Next time we should make a clean-up day of the place I showed you and the one I talked about. We could spend a day cleaning up those places pretty easy.

Hope to see everyone again.

Trail buster,
I'm new to the area from Placerville. Would you mind explaining how to get to this safer shooting area? Or GPS coords if you have them. I live in Meadow Vista now. I promise to pack out more then I pack in. I always pick up a large trash bags worth of trash every time I shoot. Unfortunately it only takes a few extra minutes to fill a bag

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Hi, new to shooting in this area would like to know were to shoot and would like to help with range clean-up, have and can haul junk, PM me
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Looks good, I worked in Foresthill for 2 years and i never saw that shooting range, where is it at?
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Hi all

I am new to the area too and was looking for a place to shoot. I read the foresthill cleanup threads and went looking for the range yesterday. followed mapquest and gps to the Chickenhawk location but could never find it.. Drove a bit (a lot actually) and found a range above the Oxbow reservoir that was pretty well laid out. It looked like an old dry retention pond. It was a beautiful drive and we had a blast, but I would have liked to find the "Stupid Spot".

Can someone post directions?

Also if there is another cleanup I am in. 4x4 and trailer and tools.

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As I posted in the other thread I personally am NOT fond of posting directions at all for fear lurking dirtballs will just mess it up more than they do already...

I was told of the spot by another Cal gunner and he was bummed I told everyone about it, but I think if we as Cal Gunners keep it clean we are golden.

And as one poster said site like CGN educate people into keeping areas cleaner... hopefully he is correct!!
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Hi all, Love that spot in Forest Hill where the "pond" is in winter. Nice little spot for plinking. Definitely needs a clean up as I was there last week. I would love to help. I took my wife shooting for her first time and had knocking everything with the 10-22 in about 10 mins! I also do not mind helping organize but I do not know anyone on Calguns yet.
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Knowing how people trash these places and I see it each time I go out there... I wish I owned that property... I would shut it down and make us all be in the CGN Shoot club I suspect it would stay cleaner (er) :P Makes me soo sad how dirty people can be.
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Any plans yet for another cleanup here? As posted above, I am equipped and willing!

Plus I am motivated, I have tried to find this place unsuccessfully. Plus Plus I would love to meet some Calgunners!
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