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Posted: 1/31/2006 1:35:49 PM EST
Hey folks-I understand it is legal to shoot on state land (so long as there is an identifiable backstop and "No Shooting aren't posted). How does one go about finding the location of State land? Suppose call some govenment office.......Anyway, it may be great solution to DNR ranges. I always prefer to shoot on someones property vs. shooting at a DNR range. I own mainly military rifles, and loading 6 rounds into a 30 round Mag, and then waiting 3 seconds between shots is pretty annoying. Lately, DNR or private range have been my only option. Anyway, let me know....thanks guys
Link Posted: 1/31/2006 1:45:33 PM EST
Buy one of those road atlas map books with all the counties in it. The state land will be shaded green on the map.
Link Posted: 1/31/2006 2:03:23 PM EST
I hear Ya.

I took my AKs and AR to DNR range on Sat. I never have been to a DNR range before(first time). When they said "6 in the clip and 3 seconds between shots", I knew that would be the last time at the DNR range. The Range commander even came out of his "Guard Tower" to inspect my weapons, It almost was like he was looking for something. It did not take long for me to get board. No rapid fire, bump fire, SCREW THAT RANGE!!!!!
Link Posted: 1/31/2006 2:34:31 PM EST
yeah, DNR ranges blow. My favorite part is always when I get distracted and load 7 rounds instead of 6 and before I know it I've got a guy on a loud speaker screaming at me. I think shooting military rifles makes me a bit suspect in the eyes of some DNR officers; the range I go to seems to attract mainly the bolt action hunter types.
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