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Old 06-25-2012, 19:31   #1
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San Diego Shooters

I see a few San Diego Mini owners here and was wondering where you guys go to shoot. I used to shoot in Ramona at Pamo Valley until they closed it down and now I drive out to Ocotillo.
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Originally Posted by drofman View Post
I see a few San Diego Mini owners here and was wondering where you guys go to shoot. I used to shoot in Ramona at Pamo Valley until they closed it down and now I drive out to Ocotillo.
South Bay Rod and Gun Club
http://www.sbrgc.org/

Project 2000 (AKA P2K)
http://www.p2krange.com/

I prefer SBRGC, $20 gets you shooting all day without having to commit to a membership.
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I was hope'n someone knew of some BLM land closer than Ocotillo. Kinda like the shooting out of the back of the pick up.
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I got a buddy who lives out in the sticks of Lake Morena near Alpine and we shoot out there when we want to do some tactical training. God forbid we are at a local range and we transition from primary to sidearm and some over zealous Range Safety Officer decides to tell us we are not handling our firearms safely.

I use to be a Marine Corps Primary Marksmanship Instructor and my buddies and I go out and pretend we are still in the Marine Corps shooting the Table 1 and Table 2 course of fire.
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Pala: ncsapala.com North County Shootist Association NCSA
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Old 06-28-2012, 13:24   #6
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Originally Posted by JohnFLand View Post
I do not like you have to be a member to shoot at their range.

And they have zero customer support with regards to no targets, no spotting scopes. You would expect a range that is completely members would have better support for their members.
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You do not have to be a member at Pala to shoot there; it's just an extra $10 per day if you are not a member. And real shooters bring their own gear.
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Originally Posted by JohnFLand View Post
You do not have to be a member at Pala to shoot there; it's just an extra $10 per day if you are not a member. And real shooters bring their own gear.
I am not a real shooter, I am a hobbyist, and coincidentally, South Bay Rod and Gun Club offers spotting scopes and targets for members and none members a like.

And by the way, from the NCSA website...

NCSA does not run a public range, the range is for club members and invited guests
So, I am not sure what you are talking about.

In addition you pay a $65 membership fee and still have to pay another $15 to use the facilities. Hate to split hairs, but South Bay Rod and Gun Club, you pay an annual fee of $75 and get free range time any day of the week minus range competition days AND non members get too shoot all day for $20.
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The Pala website is just unclear; "invited guests" = shooters with $25. SBRGC is a better deal, IF you are willing to make the drive -- which would be nearly an extra 2 hrs per session for me, round trip.
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