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Old 02-18-2012, 04:51 AM   #1
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Looking for a a great gun shop in the nati? try Kyle's gun shop near brentwood!



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Old 02-18-2012, 05:14 AM   #2
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haven't been there yet, but am going to try to make a trip...



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Howdy neighbors .......

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Anyone know any good rifle ranges or gun clubs that are not too expensive. I currently go to Spring Valley State Parks Range, which is a good range, but it only has a 100 yd line and I would like to shoot a bit further than 100 yds.

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Where is this located, i would like to visit them.

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Spring Valley Range is located in Spring Valley State Wildlife reserve it is in between 71 and 75 about an hour north of cincy. If you are coming from the south get off 71 at oh 48, go north to 42, take a right turn, and keep going until you cross the county line I think into Green County and you will see the sign right there on the right. If you hit Spring Valley, the actual town, you went too far. They are on the state website for parks...take a look they have a list of other ranges around the state... http://www.dnr.state.oh.us/tabid/17601/Default.aspx or just type spring valley shooting range up in google.



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