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Where to shoot in Tulsa

Discussion in 'Gun Club/Range Talk' started by TsFinest, Sep 30, 2015.

  1. Shriner

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    Just do that and have a Looong talk with the local cops !!!!
     
  2. Shriner

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    Happy hollow ??
    Tulsa Gun Club ??
     
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    I'm showing my age some but years ago alot of people used to go shoot at a place off of 46th street north (aka, port road) by the railroad track and quarries. Back in the day that was a happening place but times have changed so I doubt it's accessible now.

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    That place has been a non-option for maybe 25 yrs or more now.
     
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    I figured it had been shut down. My buddies and i used to have a lot of fun out there.

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  6. MikeM

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    I used to go shooting with my son in law at 2A. But the last three times it has been super crowded and had several hours wait times for those who don't have a membership.
    Now I stay here in OKC to shoot and do other activities with the family when in Tulsa.
     
  7. tRidiot

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    2A is definitely more crowded the last couple times I went, usually on the weekend. If you can manage a weekday morning, it's better. I've had to wait a couple times on the weekend though. I haven't been back in ages... I don't have a lot of free time, and I don't want to spend it waiting on a lane.
     
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    I will usually go to 2A during the week right after lunch.There is seldom more than 2 or 3 people at that time.
     
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    I think okmulgee is open but a hunting license is required for 16 and up they have 2 ranges 100yrd and 200yrd
     
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    public ranges
    1. ussa - $20 person rifle and pistol. range up to 300
    2. happy hollow - rifle and pistol and i think shotgun. range up to 200
    3. tulsa gun club - mbrs only
    4. oil cap - mbrs only
    5. sand springs - mbrs only
    6. north american - mbrs only
    7. 2a - i think $18 a person. rifle and pistol. no longer shotgun. 25 yards.
     
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