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Old 03-19-2013, 9:18 PM
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Details on next cleanup (3/30) here: http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=727996
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Old 03-29-2013, 8:14 PM
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Can't make it on the 30th but I'll be down for the next one. Have tools and a truck.
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Can someone send me a pm for next range clean up/shooting day. I have a couple of tools but no truck. I can get boxes from work and trash bags. I have a couple of rakes and shovels.
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Hellabent, what part of town are you in? I am in Mira Mesa and have a Titan 2wd.

just curious if anyone is keeping any sort of roster of those interested in clean ups and resources? (location coming from, trucks, 4x4s, tools, shade, etc.) I have multiple easy-ups, coolers, tools, etc.

Are clean ups likely to continue through the summer, or do areas get shut down for fire risk?
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Old 04-06-2013, 10:16 AM
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im in the north county area of san diego. san marcos to be exact.
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Old 04-06-2013, 10:49 AM
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I have a pickup and water to share, and am interested in joining cleanups whenever I am able.
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I might be interested and have a few things.

Do you normally keep it at a dozen people or so? I'm too shy and too noob for large groups.

How far out is this place?
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Old 04-07-2013, 8:10 PM
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I might be interested and have a few things.

Do you normally keep it at a dozen people or so? I'm too shy and too noob for large groups.

How far out is this place?
When we met at Grossmont center, it was about thirty minutes. Parking was the limiting factor at the last one, but they don't get much larger than a dozen people. As far as being new is concerned, don't sweat it; most of the folks at the last cleanup were meeting for the first time and we had a blast!
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I'm interested. Wanted to make it out to the last one but had previous plans that day.

Have an SUV, so space can be limited. I can bring some basic tools(shovels, rake), and may have room for passengers depending on the tool/equipment load.
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I know this thread is old now but for next time, add me to the list!
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Old 04-17-2013, 10:40 PM
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I know this thread is old now but for next time, add me to the list!
Thanks for stepping up! Planning on putting together another one real soon...stay tuned.
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Old 04-19-2013, 4:19 PM
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Thanks for stepping up! Planning on putting together another one real soon...stay tuned.
Yes, the more the merrier. Early May event is in the works.

NoNOS67 - let me know which works better for you. Either date I can make work.
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Hello all,

I am in the San Diego Area. Let me know the details on the next event.

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Carlsbad/La Costa area here. Big 4WD truck, lots of rakes/shovels. Can bring an easy-up or two. 1st two weekends in May are no good for me, but I'm in for any other weekend.
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Old 04-29-2013, 5:38 PM
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FYI - http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=751944
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Would love to help / join you guys on weekends.
I have a hatchback so i can haul a decent amount, but i can't get too offroad in it.
Have tools, tarps and energy

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Interested as well! Have Honda Pilot 4WD and also shovels and rakes. Also hitch carrier or tow trailer if necessary
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I will help, I have a truck and cleaning implements. weekdays, weekends,
all good.
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Old 06-06-2013, 5:27 PM
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FYI - http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=774546
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Another newbie to calgun's here, I would like to participate in clean-up(s). Have a few tools, rakes. No 4x4 unfortunately, but 2wd. If I'm too late in replying please let me know and I'll try to get on board for the next one.
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another newbe that wants to go to the next event. I am from ramona and have no 4x4 but can help.
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also another nooby interested in a cleanup/meetup
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Old 07-04-2013, 7:31 AM
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Have a clean up comin up on July 8th and maybe the 24th.
Info here:
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I can't do the 8th but I'd still like to help out.
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Old 07-11-2013, 10:18 PM
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Add me to the list, I can help any day is fine with me I have trash bags and work ethic.
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Old 07-19-2013, 9:03 PM
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CG newbie in North County interested in helping. Saturdays are best.
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non-working weekends and non-working "off"-Friday's! I can bring a 4x4 truck too!
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I was out at one of the BLMs today. Ranger actually had BP pull us over after we left to escort us back to the shooting site. Apparently, policing your brass and trash is not enough anymore, since we were given trash bags a lecture by the Ranger on how biodegradable clays and shotgun wads need to be policed as well.

I admit, we did leave shot up clays, but we did police out brass and trash prior to initially leaving. In honestly, if someone had told us prior to, we would've policed the clays before we left. Unfair of the ranger to categorize my group as "bad shooters", in terms of littering, when there is nothing to let shooters know to police clays.

Ranger said they won't put up signs in the area, think it's a good idea to create a general rule and courtesy sticky on how to operate and leave BLM shooting areas?

Anyways, we picked up our clays plus tons of wads and trash today including a 35lbs Olympic weight
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I'll make it simple for you. If you pack it in, pack it out!

Those wads and busted up clays can make an area look like hell real fast, and are a huge PITA to clean up. More than a dozen of us spent the better part of a day out there cleaning up just that. Do you really need a sign, to let you know you need to clean up your mess?
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I went to six sites today. Every one of them had .22lr cases everywhere. Many of them had some trash that was obviously very recent. Some of them were just covered with brass and shotgun shells.

In three hours, I picked up over 1,000 pieces of reusable brass and about 50lbs of garbage. I picked up more than a complete box of shotgun clays that were unbroken as well as 2 trash bags full of pieces.

The last site I went to had more garbage than I was prepared to deal with today as well as more .22lr cases than I have ever seen in one place.

On another note, as a general rule, DO NOT PARK your vehicle in dead, dry grass. Today, I explained about catalytic converters, heat and fires to a guy. When he moved his truck, the grass that he had parked in was smoldering!!!!.

Today, I fired 25 rounds. I spent 2.5 hours helping a friend to show his wife just how much fun shooting can be and helping her to learn techniques that will make the experience more satisfying. I packed out 50lbs of trash and 1,000 pieces of brass. I met several good people and scouted some locations I had not been to before. Over all, a very good day shooting.
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Old 07-28-2013, 4:34 PM
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kphamx, you should be grateful that you didnt receive a littering ticket on top of being returned to the spot to clean.

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...think it's a good idea to create a general rule and courtesy sticky on how to operate and leave BLM shooting areas?
BLM has already done so:

http://www.blm.gov/ca/st/en/fo/elcen.../shooting.html


- Shoot only retrievable, freestanding targets.

The key word there is "retrievable". Clays are not retrievable. In theory they could be, but in practice they are not.

- Always pick up and remove targets, empty shells, and any other debris after you have finished.

It was already said but to emphasize, if you pack it in, pack it out!
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Old 07-28-2013, 4:36 PM
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1EasyTarget - great job today. Your efforts are appreciated.
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Funny how the Sheriffs map is 33 pages of where not to shoot and 0 pages of where it is legal to shoot.

I have posted on the BLM facebook that they should devote a little time to the shooting sport to inform those who desire to shoot safely and legally.
I get every single "BLM newsbytes" for at least 2 to three years now and the only mention EVER of the shooting sports has been the fire that was supposed to have been started by a shooter off Shockey truck trail. I have to assume that is now closed also.

We get no help, no maps, no instructions, other than our own "it's the right thing to do" judgment. How are we supposed to bring in new people to our sport and our right when all we have are noisy regulated ranges? Don't get me wrong I have busted THOUSANDS and thousands of birds at P2K and got my hunting license from Bob Fusco back in the early 80's when it was San Diego County Fish and Game, but it is nice to be able to take a few new shooters out to a quite area that is easy to explain gun safety before shooting without ear protection on.

I have absolutely no place to shoot my .50 so it has become a $10K safe queen. Don't mean to get so wrapped around the axle but hey what the heck are they doing with all the money that we pay them in off road fee's, hunting licenses that don't get used and your taxes from Day passes etc. if they can't just write up a page of DO's and don'ts with a little map of if you want to shoot you shoot HERE in THIS direction and max calibers are X and check THIS website for daily weekly restrictions like high fire hazards. OK I done flame away.
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Let me know for the next tim im a noob but I have a truck and tools
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I'm in too have a 4x4 and a couple of shovels. have every other Friday off (8/9) this week and then in two weeks
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I have a truck, rakes, shovels and a pitch fork. Would be interested in going next time.
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I'm in too have a 4x4 and a couple of shovels. have every other Friday off (8/9) this week and then in two weeks
Me too! I shoot most off-Friday and am going to P2K range this Friday, around 8:30 am, if you're interested!

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I have tuesday and Wednesdays off I have a truck and tools
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Old 08-14-2013, 5:21 PM
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kphamx, you should be grateful that you didnt receive a littering ticket on top of being returned to the spot to clean.



BLM has already done so:

http://www.blm.gov/ca/st/en/fo/elcen.../shooting.html


- Shoot only retrievable, freestanding targets.

The key word there is "retrievable". Clays are not retrievable. In theory they could be, but in practice they are not.

- Always pick up and remove targets, empty shells, and any other debris after you have finished.

It was already said but to emphasize, if you pack it in, pack it out!
This is from the Colorado BLM site. Similar rules - just with different words. It applies just as much here as it does in CO:

• Does not create a public hazard, public nuisance or direct threat to public safety and use. This includes the shooting any weapon from, across, or toward any road or trail, regardless of the road or trail surface, shooting in an unsafe manner, or shooting in an unsafe direction.

• Does not damage or destroy natural features, native plants, cultural resources, historic structures or government/private property. This includes using any vegetation or structure as a target, backstop, or target holder.

• Does not facilitate and create a condition of littering, refuse accumulation and abandoned personal property. The shooting of any glass bottle, container, or material that would break into small pieces and create a hazard or litter is prohibited. All spent shells or brass are considered litter and must be removed by the shooter.

• Does not violate an existing use restriction, closure order or supplementary rules notice.

• You must not possess or discharge a firearm or explosive device in violation of any applicable State Law.

The opportunity to shoot on BLM land can be considered a privilege, in that they can take it away if we screw things up.
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