100/200 yd. Range Design

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  1. dennyo

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    My local shooting club has a 100/200 shooting range with 12’ gravel sides and some trees. This range needs bull dozing and tree removal to widen due to erosion. The 200 end also has an erosion issue.

    I have been asked by the club to find professional assistance to design or redesign our range with drawings to make it a practicle efficient range.

    Would you be able to offer advice.

    Thank you!
     
  2. dennyo

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    BTT
     
  3. Schnyd112

    Schnyd112 Well-Known Member

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    Pm me your email and location. We have a club meeting at the end of the month and I will ask around.

    We have what seem to be some pretty experienced equipment operators in our club and I think most of the berms and lanes are maintained by us even though it is a county range. I know a few ranges across the state that have gone up in the past 10-15 years but I honestly think it has been mostly shooters that parlayed some influence and dug things out.
     
  4. dennyo

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  5. dennyo

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    I apparently don’t have sufficient priveledges yet to pm.
    My email is [email protected]

    Thanks
     
  6. dennyo

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    My email is [email protected] and I am in Edwardsburg, Mi.