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Outdoor range

Discussion in 'Bluegrass Glockers' started by Kona2004, Feb 18, 2009.

  1. Kona2004

    Kona2004

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    Does anyone know of any outdoor ranges in the northern KY area? I'd like to get my rifle out past the 25 yards of my local indoor range.
     
  2. kymarkh

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    I know of 2 - Randy's range and Lloyds WMA. Lloyds is located in Crittenden and Randy's is in Sparta. I've shot at Lloyds (a few years ago) but have not been to Randy's yet.

    Here's a link to Randy's:

    http://randysrange.com/

    Mark
     


  3. Berretta9

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    From what I read about all the murders, a lot of places in Cinncinatti would seem to fit the bill.:wow::wow:
     
  4. Kona2004

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    Went to Randy's a couple weeks ago. It's a little out there but he has a nice set up.
     
  5. Hero

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    Randysrange is nice and Randy is good people. Highly recommended.
     
  6. Seoull

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  7. CJStudent

    CJStudent Fenced In

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    Northern KY is 2-3 hours away from there, but Knob Creek has a decent outdoor range. Ft. Knox is now a closed post, and you have to have a pass to get on post since 15 Feb. Even with a military ID, you have to go to the visitor's center and get a pass.
     
  8. Seoull

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    Ft Knox is a closed post now, but as long as you have current vehicle registration, proof of insurance and a valid destination, anyone can get on, military or not