Tri-County Gun Club - shotgun range? Or elsewhere?

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  1. raindog

    raindog
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    I have a couple shotguns I rarely shoot because I don't shoot trap/skeet/etc. and most places don't have shotgun ranges.

    Does Tri-County Gun Club have a general purpose shotgun range? I know they have trap/skeet/clays/etc. but I'm not really looking for that. Just somewhere to shoot my shotguns (Stoeger Coach, Mossberg 500, both 12ga) at targets periodically. I do have a membership there and shoot rifle and pistol regularly.

    Kind of silly having guns without a place to shoot 'em...

    Failing TCGC, any other good place?
     
  2. civilian75

    civilian75
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    Only at the Action Range. You need to be range certified or come with a range certified club member. But take this with a grain of salt. I only suggested this because of Cowboy 3-gun events held there. Best bet is to give them a call, 503-625-7318.
     
  3. Mark W.

    Mark W.
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    Your a member of the club and don't know if they have a General Purpose shotgun range?
     
  4. raindog

    raindog
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    I pay my dues, shoot maybe once a month. There are all sorts of things they have that I'm probably not aware of...
     
  5. the4thshake

    the4thshake
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    There is the action range or you could shoot slugs on the general purpose range.
     
  6. techiej

    techiej
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    I believe that they also have a section on the shotgun ranges where you can check your shot pattern.
     

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