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Old August 23rd, 2019, 06:32 AM #111
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Planning on checking this out this weekend. Just have a few newbie questions-are the target stands for rent? and do we have to bring our own targets or are they available for purchase there?

Thanks.
The stands are provided by the range. You bring a handful of wooden clothespins and your targets which you pin to the orange plastic webbing on the stands. Every once in a while, someone from DNR staples a fresh piece of construction fence to the target stand to replace the one that has been shot to hell.

- Please dont shoot the legs off the target stands. It's only a 100 yard range, you should be able to hit within the webbing.

- If you shoot pistols, make sure you hit a backstop (e.g. the small berms staggered along the length of the range), not the flat ground behind the target stand. If you hit the ground, your ricochets may hit the baffles.
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The stands are provided by the range. You bring a handful of wooden clothespins and your targets which you pin to the orange plastic webbing on the stands. Every once in a while, someone from DNR staples a fresh piece of construction fence to the target stand to replace the one that has been shot to hell.

- Please dont shoot the legs off the target stands. It's only a 100 yard range, you should be able to hit within the webbing.

- If you shoot pistols, make sure you hit a backstop (e.g. the small berms staggered along the length of the range), not the flat ground behind the target stand. If you hit the ground, your ricochets may hit the baffles.
Thanks for the info! Hope to see everyone out there.
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