Renton Fish & Game Range Sunday Shoot
Plans are being make to meet up and shoot at Renton Fish & Game range this Sunday the 18th. It got started here viewtopic.php?f=27&t=5684
Thought I would post it here so more people that might want to come out and play could know about it. We plan on shooting in the action bays but you can also shoot at the shotgun, rifle and pistol ranges too. Post up if you are in so we can get a rough idea of how many to expect.
I will be there about noon.
From Madpick, here is the info on the range:
We'll meet at Renton Fish & Game Club. The range address is 17205 SE 144th St, Renton; below is a map of the range:
Look for a green sign for the range on SE 144th St., and turn off the road at the sign and go down the hill. IMPORTANT: As you get near the bottom of the hill, and as you drive through the range, GO SLOW!! They get very testy about people speeding.
At the bottom of the hill, the road turns left and you'll see the clubhouse and shotgun range on your left.
1) Go into the clubhouse, tell them that you're a non-member and pay the $12 range fee. [If you're a member, skip step 1.]
2) Get back into your car, drive to the rifle range and sign in there. If this is your first time to RFGC, fill out the waiver paperwork. Then sign into the book, and check off "action bays."
3) Get back into your car, and drive back the way you came in . . . the action bays will be on your right. You can park outside the action bays, or drive in.
There is a "no loaded guns" policy at RFGC except at the firing line, so please don't open- or concealed-carry while you're there.
Things to bring:
- Pistol and holster. Mag pouch if you have one. Several magazines, if you have them.
- At least 200 rounds of pistol ammo, maybe more. It's better to take some home than to run out.
- A baseball cap. (To protect your eyes from falling birdshot. Yes, you read that correctly.)
- Rifles or shotguns, if you want to shoot them in an action bay setting. A lot of folks shoot ARs in the action bays, but bring whatever you like. If you have a tactical-type sling, bring that too.
- Depending on the weather and how wet the ground is, it can be a bit muddy at times. Wear shoes with some tread, and pants that you don't mind getting a little muddy.
- FOOD! You'll get hungry and thirsty at some point, I guarantee it.
And since you'll already be at the range and will have paid the range fee, you can also use the standard shotgun, pistol or rifle ranges if you choose, once you're done at the action bays.
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