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Went out Saturday - arrived about 10:30am and not a single person around. Place is covered with old shotgun shells and brass but no real major garbage dump items. Shot for about 30 minutes and another person showed up but stayed at the far opposite end and was sighting in a large caliber rifle. One shot about every 10 minutes. After about 4 shots left. Couple of guys drove up on quad-runners. Proceeded to empty their 9mm's couple of times and left.
Threw some clay pigeons, shot rifles, had some fun competitions at longer ranges, and as we were packing up a family of dad, mom, daughter and grand daughter showed up.
Was really an enjoyable start to Fathers Day Weekend. Would definitely go back.
 
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I'm definitely gonna check this spot out- bringing up some target panels, as well as some IPSC steel targets to shoot. Sounds like a good place to shoot- hopefully I can convince my buddies who live in Salem to come out.

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Approximately 2215 Crooked Finger Rd NE Scotts Mills, OR 97375 44°56'53.0"N 122°33'40.3"W

44.948061, -122.561206

After the gravel road starts, approximately 1 mile in 44°55'49.4"N 122°32'39.9"W

44.930375, -122.544414 on the left is a large open area. Between 1 and 3 miles is private logging land until you get back into the old growth @ 3 miles in from the gravel road 44.919412, -122.520528 44°55'09.8"N 122°31'13.8"W. Right @ 3 miles there is a road that dips down to the left to a small gravel pit. @ 5 miles in 44°54'04.5"N 122°30'49.8"W

44.901260, -122.513839 there is a large pit on the left. There are several other places to shoot between the 3 and 5 mile mark.
 

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Approximately 2215 Crooked Finger Rd NE Scotts Mills, OR 97375 44°56'53.0"N 122°33'40.3"W

44.948061, -122.561206

After the gravel road starts, approximately 1 mile in 44°55'49.4"N 122°32'39.9"W

44.930375, -122.544414 on the left is a large open area. Between 1 and 3 miles is private logging land until you get back into the old growth @ 3 miles in from the gravel road 44.919412, -122.520528 44°55'09.8"N 122°31'13.8"W. Right @ 3 miles there is a road that dips down to the left to a small gravel pit. @ 5 miles in 44°54'04.5"N 122°30'49.8"W

44.901260, -122.513839 there is a large pit on the left. There are several other places to shoot between the 3 and 5 mile mark.
What's the ranges like?
 
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1st one 1 mile in is a large clearing, 2nd one 3 miles in is a small gravel pit OK for handguns. the third, 5 miles in is a large pit. 2-300 yards capable
 

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