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Green Water?

Discussion in 'Outdoor Shooting Areas' started by jonnywong, Apr 28, 2010.

  1. jonnywong

    jonnywong VANC-SEA New Member

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    Let
     
  2. GUNNY

    GUNNY DAMASCUS OREGON Member

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    darn i only get sundays off, if you make it out there let me know how it looks i have'nt been there in atleast 6 years.( have fun shootin. :thumbup:
     
  3. THC101

    THC101 Pierce County Member

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    the signs still say no shooting, somebody just spray painted out "no" so it says "shooting".

    sounds shady to me.:paranoid:

    remember proper saftey, dont use private property (unless you have permission), out of city limits, and not within 150 yards of a building or rec area
     
  4. GUNNY

    GUNNY DAMASCUS OREGON Member

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    thanks THC101, nice to know.
     
  5. m1gunr

    m1gunr Tacoma Member

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    The areas are now open to shooting. The signs have been replaced with "shoot responsibility" signs.

    The pit that is about the 8 mile mark is still open but the trash is starting to pile up again.

    There are a few shooting areas near the river along FS 70 but make sure you have the proper backdrop. I was up there camping during Memorial Day weekend and one of the guys got a $275 ticket for unsafe shooting because the Ranger did not like his backdrop (shooting across the river, into the trees with a ridge running behind the trees).

    I suggest looking for areas where folks have been shooting and be sure to clean up and take out more than you brought in. There is a Greenwater thread on Seattleguns.net that has a lot of info on Greenwater.
     
  6. BillyDa59

    BillyDa59 King County, WA Member

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    I actually just moved out of the little hamlet of Greenwater, so I can tell you all for certain, yes, that shooting pit is available to shoot at again. However DO NOT leave your trash there. I went back to visit my mom 2 weeks ago and my damn shooting pit was over-run with TRASH. PLEASE clean up after yourselves. Whoever left that bigscreen TV box and all that styrofoam is a genuine ***. Even the hordes of bikers who occasionally have field days at the pit clean up after themselves. Seriously, how hard is it to bring a hefty bag or two?