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    Anyone know much about this range? I noticed it's fairly close to us (much closer than the Spokane Rifle Club) but I couldn't find any information on how to join? It says they require membership in the Spokane Valley Rifle/Pistol Club to use the Pistol range.

    Can anyone (or current members) help out? How would I join the SVRPC to use the range?

    Thinking I might just have to make a drive out some weekend and hope to catch someone at their clubhouse.

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    I used to go out there 5-6 years ago. They shoot the cowbay shoots out there, and there is a decent long range range there. 880yds I seem to remember with bells and gongs at ositions from 400 to 880 yds.

    It's a kinda "No Life Guard on duty" situation at times. there was a range master there but he would move from range to range. When I would go there he was the one with the US flap holster on and the 1911 in it.

    When I went out there there was never a crowd, except for the cowboy shoot. Otherwise I think there was neve more then 2 others on the line with me.

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    mikewsu,
    Check out this link. They do more then cowboy shoots. The old guy with the 1911 is the property owner. Remember no toilets at the public range.

    http://www.inas.us/about.html



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    triehl27 wrote:

    It's a kinda "No Life Guard on duty" situation at times. there was a range master there but he would move from range to range. When I would go there he was the one with the US flap holster on and the 1911 in it.

    It's been years since I have been there, have always wondered how ol Joe was doing. Nice old coot, he is the property owner. They don't make em like Joe anymore.

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