Shooting/fire restrictions around Browns Camp

Discussion in 'Outdoor Shooting Areas' started by bellarum, Jul 25, 2014.

  1. bellarum

    bellarum
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    I can't seem to find anything online about any closures up there. Is it safe to say just bring the usual shovel, water, fire extinguisher? Any info would be appreciated. I don't want to drive up there to find out.
     
  2. rds801

    rds801
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    I was just there yesterday for the first time. It was open for shooting.
     
  3. bellarum

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    I just got back from shooting at the pit and didn't see any closures.
     
  4. Norm0931

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    Take note when you are on the roads you are required by law during fire season to have a shovel, axe, and fire extinguisher (in some form) in your vehicle.
     
  5. agent bald

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    where is browns camp located?
     
  6. Ligito

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    Hwy 6, just after the summit.
     
  7. gryghin

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    If you're going out to Browns Camp to target practice, you'll actually want to go to the quarry that is on Beaver Dam road. Take a look at the maps before you head out there, as cell coverage is spotty.

    Easiest way to remember it, when you get to sign that has Brown's camp heading to the left, take the right fork, then take the next left fork and turn right.
     

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