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Crooked-Finger Info

Discussion in 'Outdoor Shooting Areas' started by Encinoman80, Jul 9, 2013.

  1. Encinoman80

    Encinoman80 Oregon New Member

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    Good morning,

    I'm a shooter in Oregon located around the Crooked-Finger area, and I was wondering if
    anyone knows if Crooked-Finger Rd. out by Scotts Mills is still a good place for some outdoor shooting?
    I haven't been up there in forever, and I heard there have been new developments. I'd like not to waste my
    gas, but I got the wife a new Sig P238, and I haven't shot my guns in a while.
    Anyone with any info is greatly appreciated.

    Thanks
     
  2. mk69

    mk69 mid vally Member

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    You can still shoot half mile up on the left in the open rock pit and landing pad up 4 miles on the right is still open every other road side spot has do not shoot signs
     
  3. Encinoman80

    Encinoman80 Oregon New Member

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    The rock pit worked, thanks, I went up to the landing pad and it looked promising too. We did our shooting at the pit though. I cleaned up my trash, and some other shells left behind by someone else. I hope it stays open to us, I'll be going back up there soon.