What a great day at the range, low 70's and not a cloud in the sky.
The covered range has 18 shooting positions from 5 to 50 yards for small bore and handgun and 12 shooting positions for rifle/big bore at 100 and 200 yards. They furnish cement tables w/chairs, carpet pads for table top, carpeted wood blocks and sandbags, visable in some range photos.
After shooting my 1895 Nagant at 25 yards, I just moved the target back to 50 yards and shot my Mossburg 640K Chuckster .22 magnum.
Recently put a new scope on it so it took me awhile to zero it in, but finally got it close. It was shoot, click scope, shoot, click scope, etc.
I was sitting and using a sandbag, and it was only 50 yards, but I was happy.
Am posting 2 targets and some pics of the range, very nice and well kept, it belongs to Pima County.
The square target is 8 1/2" X 11" and the round is 8". The flyer in the 7 ring of the round target is because the guy next to fired off his elephant pistol when I pulled the trigger, it boomed next to me and I felt the concussion, don't know what it was, but it sure made me jump.
One of the photos explains why we don't have any shooting pits to stand in.
Bolt actions speak louder than words.