What is the shooting protocol at these ranges? I have only shot at controlled ranges, not public land free for all. I have watched a few folks shooting at Browns Camp when I was dirt bike riding, and it seemed like a bubblegum show.
My questions are: If someone else is shooting at lane, can I just join in? How many shooters will a lane hold? What is the frequency for going cold on the lane to swap targets? Anything else?
Wanted to teach a couple of new shooters firearm safety, how to load, unload, shoot, etc.
Is North Fork open? I was just driving past Mt.Hood national forest, saw some no-shooting signs.
Do the fire-related closures around Oregon affect this place?
Hey ya'll. I'm a newbie here so please excuse and dumb or repetitive questions. I tried reading through most of this thread to get the info that I need. It seems like this is a decent spot outside PDX to go plinking. My main question is, would this be a place I could take my wife and my nephews? I've been to some spots in Washington that are well maintained with great people but I've also encountered other spots where I was rather uncomfortable with the people there and the way they were shooting. I realize these things are very hit or miss but just looking for your personal opinion. Also, will I be able to reach this with a front wheel drive car like a civic? We are lucky to have organizations like these to help keep these sites open. Next time there is a clean up, I am in for sure if yall need me. Thanks in advance!