Ohio guys....Rayners Range or Thunder Valley?

garandman

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Looking to work my way out from 600 - 1000 yards.

Can anyone who's been to either recommend either range to me?

Vehicle accessibility / steel targets / bench vs. prone / etc

I'll be shooting 6.5CM and 338Norma.

Thanx.
 

gohring3006

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Rayners has steel already set up. I haven't been to Thunder valley yet. You can drive up to the shooting areas and they have a couple of benches, most shoot prone. If you want to just shoot to test you and your equipment without alot of people looking over your back, go during the week. They have matches on the weekends so it pretty crowded. Take a spotter to help you get on steel. You can't drive to the steel to check groups but it is still a very nice range. I grew up a couple of miles from there and you won't meet nicer more accommodating people..
 

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