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In case anyone doesn't keep up on their Facebook page, Norpoint in Arlington had a fire on Sunday. I hear no one was actually hurt, the range is still standing, but they keep opening and closing the pistol lanes. I cannot figure out what the real status is with pistol lanes or the shop. Rifle and shotgun lanes are going to be closed for awhile. And on that note, it is a good time for a reminder on why you should NOT shoot tracer rounds when the range says not to because the rubber backstops.
 

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jbardellini said:
don't live there but when I travel I primarily shoot at bullseye in Tacoma.
Bullseye gun store moved so the basement is being converted to a rifle range.
 

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iamthedood said:
Sounds like it'll be a short range ... but still something to do
Yeah can't be that long of a range due to the existing building and small parking lot, but will shoot my AR, and Sig 556 more often.
 

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I'm down in Thurston Co. Most of my shooting is either in Capitol Forest or at the Evergreen Sportsman's Club just outside of Littlerock.
 

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I'm a transplanted Southerner living in Tacoma. I've noticed a lot of posts in this thread about ammo scarcity. Let me recommend Surplus Ammo and Arms in Tacoma. Every time I've been in there, they have 9mm and their prices are super reasonable. I sent my old lady in there the other day to get some sights put on for me while I was at work and they treated her really nice and gave a very fair price ($15, when Welcher's gun shop was wanting 35+). They have tons of surplus and bulk ammo and the staff is helpful and doesn't stare you down while you browse (This really pisses me off).

I'm really interested in finding somewhere out in the woods to shoot around the Tacoma area. I'm still pretty new to the area and I've only been shooting at bullseye downtown (not the greatest range, but its close). It would be nice to be able to shoot somewhere where I can do mag dumps and practice drawing from the holster. Anywho, hit me up on PM, the wife and I are in our early 30's and both enjoy shooting and always looking for like minded people to hang out with. Cheers!
 

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I'm a transplanted Southerner living in Tacoma. I've noticed a lot of posts in this thread about ammo scarcity. Let me recommend Surplus Ammo and Arms in Tacoma. Every time I've been in there, they have 9mm and their prices are super reasonable. I sent my old lady in there the other day to get some sights put on for me while I was at work and they treated her really nice and gave a very fair price ($15, when Welcher's gun shop was wanting 35+). They have tons of surplus and bulk ammo and the staff is helpful and doesn't stare you down while you browse (This really pisses me off).

I'm really interested in finding somewhere out in the woods to shoot around the Tacoma area. I'm still pretty new to the area and I've only been shooting at bullseye downtown (not the greatest range, but its close). It would be nice to be able to shoot somewhere where I can do mag dumps and practice drawing from the holster. Anywho, hit me up on PM, the wife and I are in our early 30's and both enjoy shooting and always looking for like minded people to hang out with. Cheers!





Welcome to Washington. Where from the south are you from? I am originally from NC.
 

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Marysville, Wa. Up on the hill.
Just picked up my 19 Gen4 today. Only had time to put 100 rounds thru her today.
I'll be at Norpoint quite often.

Haven't shot for about 10 yrs, it's good to be back. :D
 
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