Crawdaddy: HIS shooting range has gotten better over the years. Most Range officers are OK. Some when it first opened with officers were to much to handle.
Nice place to shoot.
A lot better than the old days out there where it was a free for all. You could be checking your target at 100 yds and a guy is shooting his at the other end of you. Those days were dangerous and long gone.
I honestly see no problem at all if a Range Officer stops me from doing something he deemed unsafe or against the rules. He's out there for 1 reason and 1 reason alone; TO KEEP EVERYONE SAFE.
He's likely seen it all and has experienced it all and if his spidey senses go off and he sees something unsafe and stops me or the entire range, then I'd rather that happen than someone get shot or killed.
It really is a great place and the officers run a top notch ship. There's 5 officers and they all communicate via bull horns to notify one another of shooters moving from range to range.
DrTyger: Let me know when you go back out there and I'll come join you. I"ve got a few rifles that need sighting.
Will do. I have your email and will let you know.
hypnos: Any bigfoot sightings?
There's no Bigfoot in Honey Island, but there is a Swamp Monster
ELLSSUU: Where is it exactly? s it a decent place to learn a new rifle?
Exit 5B off I-59 North. Just before the Mississippi State Line. It's about 3.5 miles back into the swamp down a paved road for the first 2 miles, then a rock road once you turn onto the road that brings you to the range. Here's a link to it on Google Maps.
Rifle range is only 100 yards long so if you're looking to sight anything in further than that, you're SOL. But yes, it's great for sighting in.
This post was edited on 3/17 at 7:24 pm