For me? Personally? These lanes could go away. There's no way to get on them on a weekend. there's practically no way to get on them on a week day unless you're there shortly after first light. And worst of all? I need to drive across the hell of potland traffic TWICE to utilize the lanes. The only use I have for these lanes is we really enjoy getting out there to clean them up with the group of folks from NWFAs and others. I'd say make it a permit system. Screw 'em! I might even pay into it if it cut back on the over crowding and destruction of the sites.We've explored that idea a few times and get nothing but negative feedback about it. No one wants to pay another fee to park on our own lands, even if the funds where to go toward improving or maintaining rec shooting. So, we've dropped the idea. I thought it was well worth exploring and getting feedback, but, it turned out to be not well received by the shooting community.
I won't bump heads with you Brian. And I certainly don't consider you an enemy. But, I've said it before and I'll say it again now. It shouldn't matter what people shoot at for targets as long as it's cleaned up afterwards. And isn't explosive or toxic to the environment somehow. How about those kits the pressurize 2-liter bottles to get a harmless 'Boom" when their shot? People get to feeling like children being talked down to with rules like not able to shoot colored water in milk jugs.I’ve even bumped heads with ranking officials on this website for trying to make a point about simply shooting at non manufactured targets, aka trash, and I was made the enemy.
Some people just do not want to better the shooting sports ways. They are too stuck in traditional, shoot what ever I want, my grandpa shot that way, mentality.
And hey! I hope the new house is as exciting and fun it should be for you three!