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Northern California - LF other shooters

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Old 04-27-2014, 01:23 PM
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Location: Northern California
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Northern California - LF other shooters

I'm looking for other people that shoot in the Nor Cal area. I've found a couple of decent ranges and wondering of there are others here that go there.

Chabot Gun Club looks like a decent range with up to 200 yrd.
Livermore Rod and Gun Club is good for up to 100 yrd
Sacramento looks really nice and even has 1000yrd range
Solar Tactical has a private range, haven't been there yet but hoping too soon.

Any others to check out?
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Old 04-27-2014, 11:03 PM
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Re: Northern California - LF other shooters

Sac valley has the most options. Qualified shooters can hit the 300yd public range. You must be a member for 1k range. It gets very busy in the mornings, no shade other than lanes, so it heats up out there.yolo sportsmans club is a nice little sleeper range, only 100yd rifle though.
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Old 07-07-2014, 02:41 AM
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Re: Northern California - LF other shooters

The Livermore club is only 15 minutes from my house.

Their rifle range is really just setup for bench rest type shooting, so I could not do any "standing shots" like you might do in a hunt.

Are any of the ranges setup for "standing" ?

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Old 07-09-2014, 02:54 AM
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Re: Northern California - LF other shooters

Chabot's 200 yrd range is only open to public on Friday mornings. they do allow standing seated and prone shooting.

Sunnyvale rod and gun is a decent range, they have steal at 100yrds. I normally only go for trap

Depending on where you live San Leandro range is nice to have close to home.indoor range outdoor 50yrds and 100yrds(no 22 or FMJ's on 100yrd). but it is next to a dump so if your down wind it hold your breath.
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