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getting ready!!

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If I'm to be more successful this year, I had better start doing some shootin now. Anyone know of a place to shoot sporting clays in the north metro? Or anywhere near the metro for that matter. Havn't shot a round of sporting clays in a long time, how much does is cost for a round these days?

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There are two places in the north metro that are good sporting clay spots up here. . .Metro Gun Club in Blaine has a nice 5-stand sporting clay setup that cost $9. . i like it because its a bit challenging and it is pretty close to my house. . Forest Lake Sportsmans Club in Forest Lake has a nice 5-stand sporting clay round but im not sure as to how much that costs, they also have a walk through sporting clay setup where you go from station to station and shoot at 50 clays. .i think that is about $20 but it sure is alot of fun. . hope i helped you out a bit, those are the only two places i go. .

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Yup that helps alot...I think I'll check them both out. Boom Boom.

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