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Old 06-19-2012, 12:49 PM   #41
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If they don't sell booze, and if they don't post a sign saying no guns, you can carry. If you are not a South Carolina resident, it also depends upon whether your home state has a reciprocal agreement with South Carolina. I think KY does, so you are probably OK, there if you have a KY permit.
always check the laws of each state just to make sure before you take a trip.
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Union SC here!!
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Checking in from Greenville area. Planning a range day next week. Where do you shoot?
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Checking in from Greenville area. Planning a range day next week. Where do you shoot?
Palmetto State Armory in Ridgeland.
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I shoot at the DNR range between Easley and Pickens.
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I shoot at the DNR range between Easley and Pickens.
I use this range as well. It free and decent. Covered pitsol and rifle and area for skeet. Just have to provide own targets and ammo. Also if shooting less that 100 yds on rifle will need own target stands but nothing metal.
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I have been to the Pickens Range often. I find that the pistol range is used a lot. I may try to go by there Tuesday and sight in a couple rifles.
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I use this range as well. It free and decent. Covered pitsol and rifle and area for skeet. Just have to provide own targets and ammo. Also if shooting less that 100 yds on rifle will need own target stands but nothing metal.
Went by there the other day with hubby to check it out but not to shoot. They provide target stands? The guy in the "office" wasn't very friendly and was more concerned with telling us we couldn't go to the sheds unless we were shooting (he mentioned this every time I asked a question so I gave up!) and we left without getting the info we wanted. The little bit of info on the DNR website isn't very helpful either. We were by on a Saturday and the place was packed at 10 a.m.
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Went by there the other day with hubby to check it out but not to shoot. They provide target stands? The guy in the "office" wasn't very friendly and was more concerned with telling us we couldn't go to the sheds unless we were shooting (he mentioned this every time I asked a question so I gave up!) and we left without getting the info we wanted. The little bit of info on the DNR website isn't very helpful either. We were by on a Saturday and the place was packed at 10 a.m.
Yes thay guy is not very friendly but you can go down to the range if ur not shooting cause I take my wife all the time. And Saturday is always packed. Best time to go is morning on Wednesday or Thursday. And what questions do you have maybe I cld help out.
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