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    Marksman openwell's Avatar

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    Where do we go? Now ALL IDNR RANGES CLOSED?

    Just read post that ALL Indiana DNR FWA Ranges "Closed Until Further Notice 4pm 3-17-20
    Any private outdoor ranges anyone suggests?
    I am in Indy and looking for range within 1 hr drive.
    No middle game, No end game; just Open the game well. French e4e6

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    Quote Originally Posted by openwell View Post
    Just read post that ALL Indiana DNR FWA Ranges "Closed Until Further Notice 4pm 3-17-20
    Any private outdoor ranges anyone suggests?
    I am in Indy and looking for range within 1 hr drive.
    https://www.hhrp.org/
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    Proteq is cheap and within an hour of Indy. Jobs

    the cheap option includes a basic range. The one that includes both of the valleys is good. Investors been there on ingo shoots and it is nice. Covered pistol area, longer yardage range, cowboy and 22 area. If I didnít like Riley cc as much I would go there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by openwell View Post
    Where do we go?
    Nowhere. Stay home.

    Would you go to a shooting range if one of every 500 people to use the range was fatally shot? Or would you think that range has some serious problems with their safety procedures?

    That's the same result as 99.8% survival rate for Covid, and the survival rste is only that good for those of us in the least-vulnerable age range.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CampingJosh View Post
    Nowhere. Stay home.

    Would you go to a shooting range if one of every 500 people to use the range
    DNR FWA ranges are low volume affairs for the most part.
    Being outdoor ranges with limited benches or stations your contact interaction is quite low.

    YOU ARE MORE LIKELY TO GET SICK buying milk @ Kroger. Walmart. Meijer.
    you see.......

    Thanks I'll find a reasonable range option that is Safe & really get shivers buying milk or bread......
    No middle game, No end game; just Open the game well. French e4e6

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    thanks epeery,
    hoosier hills looks good and nearby in Columbus.
    looks like they have a lot of events & activities.....

    looking for outdoor range with fewer shooters for 25yd pistol revolver during days & weekends

    50 or 100 yd outdoor for rifle

    many thanks
    No middle game, No end game; just Open the game well. French e4e6

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    thanks terrehuatian
    Proteq in Brazil looks very good
    need to check it out & visit
    No middle game, No end game; just Open the game well. French e4e6

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    looks like I stumbled upon a link to Indiana ranges which is very complete:

    https://rangelistings.com/shooting-ranges/IN.html

    may need updated

    Added: looks like there will be a problem joining an outdoor range since most are cancelling new member & board meetings!
    Last edited by openwell; 03-18-2020 at 10:32. Reason: additional info
    No middle game, No end game; just Open the game well. French e4e6

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    Plinker

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    From DNR website
    Most Fish & Wildlife Area shooting ranges will reopen March 19 - 3/18/2020 - State of Indiana

    Most Fish & Wildlife Area shooting ranges will reopen March 19
    Start Date: 3/18/2020


    Event Description:
    All DNR Fish & Wildlife Area (FWA) shooting ranges, excluding the one at Tri-County FWA, will resume normal operating hours beginning tomorrow, March 19.

    All FWA ranges closed today, March 18, as staff take extra precautions to sanitize facilities amid coronavirus concerns.

    Tri-County FWA will remain closed until at least March 24.

    The DNR wants to provide Hoosiers with outdoor activities they can do amid concerns about the coronavirus, and is doing its best to ensure the safest possible environment for visitors to FWAs.

    For more information on DNR shooting ranges, see
    on.IN.gov/DNRShootingRanges.

    To view all DNR news releases, please see dnr.IN.gov.
    Contact Information:
    Name: Brad Feaster
    Phone: 812-455-8260
    Email: BFeaster@dnr.IN.gov



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    Marksman openwell's Avatar

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    fantastic news!
    only closed one day!

    I would have bet the farm they would be closed until September or November, just before election day!

    three cheers and thank you to Our IDNR
    FWAs

    IN71vet,
    thank you so much.
    I was finding private ranges open, but no way to apply for membership!
    I was also surprised to read National Parks were trying to stay open with free admission, just some programs cancelled.

    I never thought to see if IDNR would clarify "until further notice" within 36 hrs!

    No middle game, No end game; just Open the game well. French e4e6

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