crap..my post forgot to log in...if anyone is interested in joining give me an email!Anonymous said:Garland Public Range has 3 nice throwers set up.Nothing fancy but it beats using a hand tosser.(You havent seen me toss.. :lol The y have newer staff and is a small but nice friendly place,....(clean bathroom, picnic tables,ect).... unless some range idiots show up.As a long standing member Ill get on to folks myself that dont act within reason of the rules and so with others.I take saftey seriously.Also has rifle 100/50 yds no FMJ and pistol(air-rifle to if you like) 25/15/10/ and 3 yds. You can even pattern your shotguns on the end of the pistol range if you want.But bring your own targets and boxes for that.
cost: one time $10 fee for lifetime shooting card and $10 range fee for every shooter/session!
Alpine has a lot going for it, not least of all is the fact that they have all the shotgun sports: trap, skeet, five stand, a really great sporting clays course that is changed up fairly frequently, and several stations to "throw your own." ($13.00 for a case of 135 clays.)shotgunworld said:Alpine- This one is okay, but it seems that everyone that works there has a chip on their shoulder.