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Man, you are going to have one hell of a time reclaiming the lead from that tree line...
 

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It looks like the deck structure was done very nicely. My big question is how close the tree line is. I think it would be hard to pick up and track the birds with a background that close. Hell what do i know though.----Matt
 

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Who ever did the deck did a great job. As for the tree line you can forget reclaiming the lead. The tree's are far enough away but close enough you will learn to shoot fast. I was told it will be up and running the first part of Oct.
 

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You can only forget reclaiming the lead until the EPA closes you down until you do. Very nice platform, though.

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All environmental agencies get nervous about lead being thrown around. If there are any waterways (even tiny streams) or wells nearby, they get REAL nervous. A lot of gun clubs have shotfall areas like that one - here in Pennsylvania, that's a typical background (although not that close). Those clubs should be looking into a shot curtain. A curtain will serve two purposes - it will tell any government snooper that the club is proactive and it will give the club income from the reclaimed lead.

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I see Handicap shooters can access the platform but where do they shoot once they are onboard? Is there room for a chair between the framed in positions? JRM
 
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