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    Default Ar friendly ranges

    Any place close to washington that doesn't have magazine limits. Or aren't too bad on rules. I wish there was tactical type place around here that does training/ obstacle range I think the closest is new Stanton that I know of

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    Default Re: Ar friendly ranges

    These guys shoot USPSA so they're likely ok with that.

    http://www.mcdonaldsportsmen.com/about.htm

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    PM sent to ya
    In America arms are free merchandise such that anyone who has the capital may make their houses into armories and their gardens into parks of artillery. - Ira Allen, 1796

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    Default Re: Ar friendly ranges

    can you go and shoot there anytime? the website didnt say anything it just had a calendar of events

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    Default Re: Ar friendly ranges

    Iron City, the old Greater Pitt is AR and Full Auto friendly.

    They're off 22/30 heading towards Weirton.

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    Default Re: Ar friendly ranges

    Quote Originally Posted by Berettadareinbrocca View Post
    Any place close to washington that doesn't have magazine limits. Or aren't too bad on rules. I wish there was tactical type place around here that does training/ obstacle range I think the closest is new Stanton that I know of
    Washington County Tactical Range is located 20 minutes from Washington, PA off of I-70 PA Exit 1 (West Alexander Exit)

    We have designed this range for shooters that want to use their AR’s and handguns as they were meant to be shot in real-world applications with no limit on number of rounds in magazine or rate of fire, from rapid-fire AR shooting to quick-draw pistol shooting to rifle & pistol transition drills (move and shoot) using paper targets, steel silhouette targets, bowling pins and even electronic targets capable of timing your shooting down to 2-decimal places of a second.

    Plus we have a 10-acre Sporting Archery Course with 20', 10', and 5' shooting platforms. Currently 300 yards long with 15 stations and 20 targets.
    Last edited by WCMG; April 27th, 2016 at 03:39 PM.
    Washington County Machine Guns & Tactical Range -- CMP Affiliated Club -- FFL 07 / FFL 10 / FEL 20 / SOT 02 / ITAR
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    Now offering High-Explosive Classes (Open to the Public)

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    Default Re: Ar friendly ranges

    Link above not working. Try this one: http://www.washingtoncountyguns.com/range/
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    Default Re: Ar friendly ranges

    Quote Originally Posted by ALS View Post
    Iron City, the old Greater Pitt is AR and Full Auto friendly.

    They're off 22/30 heading towards Weirton.
    They recently started a new membership deal....range use at the old GPGC facility...no access to the indoor range in Bridgeville. $100/yr. Not sure of the details...you'll have to check with them
    There are three kinds of people in this world....them what's good at math and them what ain't.

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    Default Re: Ar friendly ranges

    Quote Originally Posted by Bib View Post
    They recently started a new membership deal....range use at the old GPGC facility...no access to the indoor range in Bridgeville. $100/yr. Not sure of the details...you'll have to check with them
    I haven't been to that outdoor range since just after they opened it up last year. Have they cleaned it up or is it still a dump?

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