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Crosley or Wilbur Wright DNR ranges?

Discussion in 'Indiana Glockers' started by mpholic, Apr 9, 2007.

  1. mpholic

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    Does anybody know what the longest distance at these two ranges are?

    I need a place to sight in a rifle for prarie dog hunting and would like to be able to try some 400 yard shots.

    Any other public ranges within 2 hours of Indy with longe range rifle abilities?

    Thanks
     
  2. blue303

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    Wilbur Wright's longest range is 50 yards.
     

  3. biggl35

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    Crosley has a 200yrd 100yrd 50yrd 30yrd.
     
  4. Indy_Guy_77

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    I think the new range near Shades State Park has a 300yd range.

    I now wish I could remember the name of the place... Sugar Creek Range, perhaps?

    It's the second house towards the park from the intersection of SR 234 and CR 800S.

    Quickest way to get there from Indy:

    I-74 to Jamestown exit (SR 75)

    Take SR 75 South into Jamestown

    Continue South on SR 234.

    Take SR 234 through Ladoga (10miles), across US 231 (10 miles), across SR 47 (~5 miles), and then another 12 to Shades.

    $3 to shoot...or buy a membership.

    -J-
     
  5. mpholic

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    Is this the one on the same road as the entrance to the park or a completely new one?

    Thanks
     
  6. Indy_Guy_77

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    Yes, the one on the same county road as the park entrance.