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    Can anyone tell me of some rifle ranges around locally? I know of tacoma sportsman, but any others? Im in federal way but will travel.

    Just picked up a DPMS LR.308 SASS and desperately want to shoot it!:celebrate

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    Tacoma Rifle and Revolver Club, which is a members-only range located in University Place. We have many members from much further away than Federal Way.

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    Renton Fish and Game is open to the public Wednesday thru Sunday, Black Diamond Gun Club has limited access, Seattle Skeet also has limited access. Each has a rifle range.



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    jonnyjeeps wrote:
    Can anyone tell me of some rifle ranges around locally? I know of tacoma sportsman, but any others? Im in federal way but will travel.

    Just picked up a DPMS LR.308 SASS and desperately want to shoot it!:celebrate
    http://www.nrahq.org/shootingrange/findlocal.asp

    Just select WA and view the list.
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    The range in Arlington is great for carbines, if you don't mind shooting on a 25 yard range with no steel-core ammo. Other than that, they don't really have any strict rules. "Only shoot as fast as you can hit the paper" was the only rule that was set out to me.

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    There's also a nice outdoor range up in Kenmore.

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    Kenmore is a load one, shoot one range.

    A DPMS SASS? Sweet! My future drool gun. I shot one last summer and thoroughly enjoyed it.

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