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Old 02-17-2012, 09:15 PM   #1
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Default Sac Valley Shooting Center

Good place to go shoot if your close here.

http://www.sacvalley.org/index.html



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Old 04-24-2012, 05:16 AM   #2
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About to go back home to Sacramento, Ca and been looking into that very shooting range. Though I was wondering if by any chance there are any public areas where we can shoot without getting in trouble and or looking for like a rabbit or two to shoot? Pretty sure I'll end up checking out that range though being as it sounds great. Lol wish there were free shooting ranges though.....



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Drive up to Sly Park take Immigrant pass rd toward Hwy 88, many places to shoot ...national forest...a good place is rd 1 mile past dam on right take about a mile and a big open area is there ...happy shooting

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Thanks for the info, just about finished settling into Sacramento and even get to start work next week. First day off I'll try to mosey on up that way.

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Drive up to Sly Park take Immigrant pass rd toward Hwy 88, many places to shoot ...national forest...a good place is rd 1 mile past dam on right take about a mile and a big open area is there ...happy shooting
What's the general rule about shooting (carrying, possessing) on national forest land? That is, what am I allowed to do or not do, and what must I do?

Oh and Sac Valley is hands down the best range in Sacramento.


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