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Place to shoot east of Everett

Discussion in 'Outdoor Shooting Areas' started by winch61, Sep 10, 2015.

  1. winch61

    winch61 everett New Member

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    Is there anyplace to shoot east or NE of Everett? When we were younger we went to Sultan or Index but hear all those are closed due to idiots. Any places left for responsible shooters. Preffer not to be shoulder to shoulder but begets can't be choosy I suppose. Thanks
     
  2. rlgdestroyu

    rlgdestroyu Free Republic of Everett Member

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    The Oso slide took out a good place, but I don't know of any others.
     
  3. 68mmARShooter

    68mmARShooter North of 45 Degrees N / West of 117 Degrees W New Member

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    Sultan Basin Road up towards Spada Lake. Lots of "No Shooting" signs in the low lands, but up higher, at the high point before you drop back down to the lake there are a bunch of spots. Clean up after yourself or those areas will be closed soon as well.

    Also take a left just past Skykomish, drive a mile or two and look for a left turn on a dirt road. Lots of options up that way.
     
  4. rlgdestroyu

    rlgdestroyu Free Republic of Everett Member

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    Right on thank you!
     
  5. erudne

    erudne The Pie Matrix PPL Say Sleeping W/Your Rifle Is A bad Thing? Bronze Supporter

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  6. kilimanjaro

    kilimanjaro Skagit County Well-Known Member

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    Go to Skykomish, stop in at the Ranger Station just east of town and get a map, they'll point you up the Beckler River Road, running north off the highway between town and the Ranger Station. You can drive to the end of the Rapid River Road and shoot there at an old sand/gravel pit, or climb up the valley to Jack's Pass and a larger pit and shooting site there. Both sites are preferred for recreational shooters.