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Old 05-20-2013, 5:24 PM
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Smile Looking for outdoor range around upland.....(guy visiting from NorCal)

Hi.....going to take a long weekend this holiday coming up....staying with the soon to be "in laws" in upland.....and I plan bringing down my m&p sport and would like to hit up a outdoor range. Looking for suggestions......thanks
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Old 05-20-2013, 5:31 PM
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Lytle Creek Range,, 10 fwy east to 15 fwy North to Sierra,, exit Sierra and go North to the end of the road. 14.00 all day, take ear and eye protection.
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Burro Canyon is another option
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Old 05-21-2013, 6:08 AM
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Hi.....going to take a long weekend this holiday coming up....staying with the soon to be "in laws" in upland.....and I plan bringing down my m&p sport and would like to hit up a outdoor range. Looking for suggestions......thanks
If your around Tuesday (today) let me know. I'll go with you/ meet you at a range. Preferably the one in lytle creek. I'm off work today and would like to sight in a couple rifles and go plinking. Or maybe we can set something up for next Monday or Tuesday if you're still down here.

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Old 05-21-2013, 10:14 AM
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If your around Tuesday (today) let me know. I'll go with you/ meet you at a range. Preferably the one in lytle creek. I'm off work today and would like to sight in a couple rifles and go plinking. Or maybe we can set something up for next Monday or Tuesday if you're still down here.

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Thanks for the offer Tom.......I get down Thursday, planning on shooting (hopefully) Friday morning depending on family activities. I'm heading back north Monday.....

So looking at lytel creek's web site, the rifle range is 100yards and further.......since I have yet to get a scope for my rifle I may pass on there range. (I find it a lil tedious with the iron sites shooting 100 yards.)
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Old 05-21-2013, 10:22 AM
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I didn't see it on Burro Canyon's site......there minimum distance on the rifle range? I seen the max is 200.....
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There's also Raahauge's in Norco. Take a look at their website and you can decide for yourself which venue may work best for you. They have berms that you can rent out, as well as a dedicated rifle range. The berms are 50-60 yds deep so that may suit you but it may cost more.

Have fun and be safe either way!
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Raahauge's, Burro, Prado..


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Burro Canyon min distance is 50 yards for standing targets and 100 yards for ground targets, ie. fruit, bowling pins, clays, etc. No metal allowed at all downrange for fire safety. Have Fun!!!
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Burro Canyon min distance is 50 yards for standing targets and 100 yards for ground targets, ie. fruit, bowling pins, clays, etc. No metal allowed at all downrange for fire safety. Have Fun!!!
Thanks! This is what I needed to know!
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