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  • Constant flow of people
Closest place to portland I know of. Sometimes there is a lot of trash, sometimes not so much. You'll be pretty close to other people (20ft at the min) depending on how people are set up. Not really long range but good for hand guns and shotguns/clays.
Also, you will need to carry any guns/ammo about 100 yards to the actuall shooting spot as there is a closed gate.
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  • Easy access
  • Decent parking
  • Free
  • 2 separated spots to shoot
  • Good backdrop
  • Some trash - clean yours up!
Went here today with the wife.
Only a couple shooters there, fair amount of debris but not terrible.
Easy to find and right off the road.
Will go back again. Enjoyed it.
This was my first time at this Pit. Was easy to find but not much parking The signs have been chopped down and a fair amount of trash The people there seemed all respectful of the area So all and all I had a very good time.
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Not a bad spot, but its not very big and lots of trash. Most shooters here are respectful and friendly. every so often I see kids who just want to do mag dumps but havent had any safety issues with them yet. The area has also attracted tweakers that roam around to pick up brass for money, they are cleaning up (not trash) but I dislike someone standing behind me or roaming around the area where it may not be safe.
So while I go here often I it gets buys and you may have to wait for a spot.
Old quarry or highway construction pit. Extremely messy with littered shells, clays, brass and trash. There are a handful of directions to shoot, and no clear setup. Kind of a free-for-all. Had to walk across someone's firing line (did so safely) to get back to my vehicle.

Kind of dismayed at how much trash is everywhere. Sights like that make it easy to understand why people hate target shooters. At least it's all concentrated in one area. In good need of a cleanup day. I'd be happy to attend.
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