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  1. #1
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    Default Where do you shoot??

    Just wondering where people besides myself shoot in Northumberland county?
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    Default Re: Where do you shoot??

    I use family/friends farms, Millersburg Rod and Gun and soon the Mandata Legion will have a pistol range. You??
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    Default Re: Where do you shoot??

    Quote Originally Posted by EODguy View Post
    I use family/friends farms, Millersburg Rod and Gun and soon the Mandata Legion will have a pistol range. You??
    Nice! I live at the edge of the woods so I have a little set up about a mile or so behind my house. I also want to join Keystone gun range because they have a .22lr competition leage during the winter that I'd like to get in on.
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    Default Re: Where do you shoot??

    I belong to Keystone, although I haven't participated in any of the organized events yet, and Elysburg gun clubs.

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    Default Re: Where do you shoot??

    Anywhere good to shoot close to Shamokin or Trevorton? I just moved up here from the Lebanon area a few months ago. I know Elysburg has a club, but I don't know much about it. Is there anywhere with 200-300 yard ranges? Thanks

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    Default Re: Where do you shoot??

    Quote Originally Posted by Rural Ruger View Post
    Anywhere good to shoot close to Shamokin or Trevorton? I just moved up here from the Lebanon area a few months ago. I know Elysburg has a club, but I don't know much about it. Is there anywhere with 200-300 yard ranges? Thanks
    Yep.

    http://www.keystonefishandgameclub.com

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    Default Re: Where do you shoot??

    Much appreciated! I'll have to look into it.

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    Default Re: Where do you shoot??

    Well I'm about 7 years late here, but is anyone still a member at Keystone? Any idea if theyre taking new members? I've been trying to join but havent had any luck getting anyone to respond (phone, email or Facebook).

    I never forgot about it but life got in the way, and then I joined Zerbe in the meantime.

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    Default Re: Where do you shoot??

    Zerbe ?

  10. #10
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    Default Re: Where do you shoot??

    Zerbe Rod and Gun, local club in Trevorton PA. Alright place but doesnt go beyond 100yrds. I'll keep my membership there regardless for the fishing pond and range is good enough for most things, but Keystone has a longer range (which is what I need).

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