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Old 06-12-2013, 9:26 PM
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Default Outdoor rifle ranges near Burbank?

Moving back to LA and was hoping to find a decent range reasonably close by. Thanks
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Old 06-12-2013, 9:29 PM
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I,ve never shot there, only a PPT but Oaktree looks VERY nice!
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Angeles in Lake View Terrance
Burro Canyon in Azusa
A Place to Shoot in Saugus
Oak Tree Gun Club in Newhall

Those would be the closest ones.
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Old 06-12-2013, 9:34 PM
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Angeles in Lake View Terrance
Burro Canyon in Azusa
A Place to Shoot in Saugus
Oak Tree Gun Club in Newhall

Those would be the closest ones.
This! ^^^

I have yet to try the one in Saugus and Newhall, although I heard Oak Tree is really nice. I like Angeles and is the closest to Burbank (about 15 - 20 mins away). I've been there twice and like it.

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A Burbank local
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Old 06-13-2013, 3:42 AM
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Thanks guys.
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Old 06-13-2013, 3:58 AM
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Angeles has the most options. Rifle to 600 yards pistol with steel and you post your own paper. At Oaktree steel target handgun only unless you pay for private range . Limited rifle range distance. No magnum handgun on pistol range.
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Angeles has the most options. Rifle to 600 yards pistol with steel and you post your own paper. At Oaktree steel target handgun only unless you pay for private range . Limited rifle range distance. No magnum handgun on pistol range.
Oak Tree has pistol bays for shooting paper along with a steel pistol range. You can shoot magnum at paper, but not at the steel range. It's all included in the $20 range fee, as is the rifle range which has steel targets and paper, but is limited to 100 yards.
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Angeles in Lake View Terrance
Burro Canyon in Azusa
A Place to Shoot in Saugus
Oak Tree Gun Club in Newhall

Those would be the closest ones.
^^^ +1 to this , That pretty much sums it up for you OP
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A Place to Shoot has paper at 50 and 100, steel at 125, 150, 400 yds. A more mellow place than Angeles and nicer range personnel.
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+1 for APTS!

I like the more rural style, outdoor feeling there. The range is very safe and the RO's there are cool. Bob is a character! Plus, its 12 minutes from home.

Robert
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Rahauuges in Corona..able to shoot steel and bi-metal and cool rangemasters
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