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It totally depends on your local laws and if your area is generally firearms-freindly or not.

I shoot a few miles from my house, at a gravel pit down a long dirt road (you need a truck or 4x4 to get there). We sort of share the area with ATV'ers and bike people. In fact, that reminds me, I'm just assuming it's okay to shoot there, judging by the amount of shot-up stuff, targets and shells on the ground. :lol: I still have to call the local PD and ask them if there is any local law or regulation about shooting there.

Other than that. I'm still a member at the Massachusetts Rifle Association in Woburn MA (Oldest gun club in the US!) They have a nice heated, well lit, well ventilated indoor range for the wintertime.

Only problem is, they are a little tight-assed with the rules, and there are cameras everywhere.
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