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Texas shooting

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by gimpy, May 7, 2009.

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  1. gimpy

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    Looking for gun clubs to shoot at in college station texas. thanks
     
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    Here's a link.
     
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    And another.
     
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    http://shooterspagetx.com/

    Another.
     
  5. Mike Hessong* (MH*)

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    gimpy,

    I am the president of a small, volunteer run club down in Victoria, Texas. The http://www.claytargetsonline.com website is a good place to start, as well as Cindy Barton's http://www.shooterspageTX.com. There is a pull-down box that shows range locations for all around Texas. I am attaching a website to the Brazos Valley Sporting Clays Association that shows the location of ranges around the College Station area. They are mainly sporting clays ranges, but most of them also have trap and/or skeet. This site has some good reviews of these ranges and hopefully they will work for you.

    If you ever get south of College Station (down to the Victoria area) contact me and maybe you can give our club a try as well. We are open to the public, but ONLY when members are present, and we never know when people are out there shooting. We don't have a paid range manager, and membership to our club allows shooting 24/7, so people are out there at some weird hours.

    Hope one of these websites helps you find a place to shoot.

    Mike Hessong* (MH*)

    President- Victoria Skeet and Trap Club

    http://www.bvsca.com/
     
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