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Thread: Outdoor "public ranges" in the bc lower mainland.

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    Outdoor "public ranges" in the bc lower mainland.

    I was wondering if anyone knows any good places to go shoot. I have an sks and most ranges dont allow them anymore. I have a minivan and cant just drive deep into the mountains at this time of year. So in conclusion if anyone knows any good spots to pop off some rounds that is easily accessible i would greatly appreciate it.
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    Poco gun club. $20 for a day pass. PCDHFC dot com

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    Do they allow sks'? And is that $20 per person?
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    I have seen SKS' at Poco and yes it is $20 per person. Give them a call if you want to make sure.
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    Well, im going with 3 friends so $80 could be better spent on ammo. I really would like to know if there are any good spots on crown land.
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    Sylvester Road north of Mission. It can be a gong show and you should have all of your docs and licences in order as there are road checks.

    If you go please take out all of your targets as many of the morons leave them there and it is an eyesore for our shooting community.
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    what ranges in the lower mainland dont let you shoot an SKS?
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    i live in kelowna. but whenever ive gone out with friends in van we have gone to stave lake area. proboly cant drive in there in the winter in a mini van though. we are all into 4x4ing as well so there are proboly better spots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heavenIsAlie View Post
    what ranges in the lower mainland dont let you shoot an SKS?
    I believe DVC does not allow Centerfire rifles. That is probably what he is talking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sevensixtwo View Post
    Do they allow sks'? And is that $20 per person?
    Almost Everything is allowed on the public range (range 7). No shot from shotguns though, only slugs.

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