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Does anyone know a place near salem?

Discussion in 'Outdoor Shooting Areas' started by lydayc, Dec 7, 2009.

  1. lydayc

    lydayc Salem, Or New Member

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    To go shooting, either indoor or outdoor range that does not require a membership? We have property in Kings Valley which is 30 minutes from salem but id really like to find an actual range to shoot at. If anyone could help me that'd be great! Thanks!
  2. feedyourhead

    feedyourhead Salem New Member

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    We should go to your dads property, theirs a sick place in grand rhonde i went to last week.
  3. 41mag

    41mag sunny Orygun Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Albany Rifle & Pistol Club has several different kinds of matches every week. You can shoot the match without being a member of the club.

    To go practice on non-match days, you can hunt up a member and go as a guest.

    Or you can join the club and have open access year round.

    Everything from trap to 300 yard rifle, to 25 yard falling plate racks to shorter pistol bays...all covered for our sunny Orygun weather.

    Plus an on-site chrono set up for members use any time.

    Plus a 500 yd black powder range, and they are building an archery trail set up.

    I never thought I'd become a member but there are a lot of advantages.
  4. v0lcom13sn0w

    v0lcom13sn0w Keizer, or Well-Known Member

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    what up colby have you talked to uncle neds kids?
  5. Ballistic

    Ballistic Salem, Oregon Active Member

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    Just a quick note about Albany Gun Club. I was a member until they banned all magnetic ammo (any bullet that sticks to a magnet). Since i only shoot milsurp, i could no longer shoot at the club.:angry:

    Albany Club is nice, but if you shoot milsurp or most European made ammo, you can't shoot. I'm pretty sure that all Wolf and Bear brands are all magnetic. Not so sure about Prvi, Barnaul, and S&B.