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Discussion in 'Outdoor Shooting Areas' started by 44mag2ndamend, Jul 1, 2013.

  1. 44mag2ndamend

    44mag2ndamend Round the ole tree stump, Down by the crick Well-Known Member

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  2. DieselScout

    DieselScout S Clackamas County Well-Known Member

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    Looks like normal fire restrictions to me. Only new thing I see is the tracer/exploding target restriction, which seems like common sense. Being someone who grew up cutting firewood this is nothing new. I always carry an axe, shovel and at least a gallon of water when going into the woods regardless of fire restrictions.

    EDIT: just saw on Tannerite's website that when mixed and used properly Tannerite will not start a fire. According to Tannerite some of the knock off brands are lower quailty or mixed wrong and can start fires which is why the FS has a restriction on its use during fire season.
     
  3. pakrat57

    pakrat57 Reedsport Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    Same thing around here, water, shovel, and axe have been standard during summer for as long as I can remember. Didn't hear the new restrictions but I guess I never considered using those items during summer. We just had a fire caused by logging a few miles north of town and only a couple miles from the ocean. First non-slash burn fire to my recollection I ever heard of around these parts.
     
  4. 44mag2ndamend

    44mag2ndamend Round the ole tree stump, Down by the crick Well-Known Member

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    Have most of that all ready in there, did not even think as to why? opps, my bad, well then I guess and or hope this does some good out there for others.
     
  5. Horses are delicious

    Horses are delicious Willamette Valley Active Member

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    Only ever had an issue once with state forest dude. Had a short, fox-hole folding shovel instead of the full sized. Fella was happy I had a 5 lb extinguisher as well as 5 gallons of water. Didn't know I was in violation at the time. Unlike some here, I don't have a problem enforcing the common sense stuff that most reasonable people already are thinking about. You don't own public land, we all own it. If you are a jqckass and burn it down, I'm gunna be pissed.