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Ranges MI Bowhunters

Discussion in 'Michigan Glockers' started by Rat, Feb 13, 2007.

  1. Rat

    Rat

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    Any good 3D ranges around the SE MI area?
     
  2. Commerce Twp - Multi-Lakes Conservation Assoc., 3860 Newton Rd., Commerce Twp, MI 48382.
    Phone: (248) 363-9109
    Facilities include: Outdoor Pistol (25-200 m.), Indoor Pistol, Outdoor Rifle (200 m.), Indoor Rifle, Rifle Silhouette, Pistol Silhouette, Muzzleloading, Trap, Skeet, Sporting Clays, Archery, Airgun
    Range Access: Private
     


  3. Rat

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    Sounds like a great place! I will check it out....Thanks :)
     
  4. coverdog

    coverdog Platinum Member

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    Detroit Sportsman Congress club near Utica. Public usually pay a bit more than members. It is outdoors in the woods.
     
  5. fuerstma

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    The State Gun Range at Pontiac Lake Recreation (off Williams Lake Road, near M-59) has an archery setup. I'm not a bow guy so I'm not sure what exactly distinguishes a 3D setup from another.

    The price is right, $4 for all day.
     
  6. Rat

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    A 3D setup most of the time consist targets placed at ungiven distances with diffent shooting situations. No stepping off your targets and bring lots of arrows...unless you shoot like me...just kidding! Most of the time the targets are lifesize animals. They are placed all over the woods and you walk down a trail going from station to station.

    Thanks for the info guys!