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mrklean

Monticello gun club on 25

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Does anyone know much about this club prices range size etc. Its not to far from me and i heard but dont know for sure if they have a 150 yard rifle range. Any help would be great. Thanks

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you can't shoot any rifles right now. they only do that right before deer hunting season. and yes they have 100 yrds, 150 yrds and i believe 200 yrds. as for prices on trap i believe it's around $6 a round. they have 5 trap stations and they are open only wednesday's and thursday's.

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why have the range if you cant use it doesnt make sense to me, thats what i was looking to do was shoot rifle

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If your in ST. Cloud I would use Del-tone, they have a rifle range out to 200 yards and decent benches. Thats where i go and shoot because of the monticello range and their weird ways of doing things.

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Im in buffalo, i havent changed my location yet, i use to live in st cloud, where is Del-tone at?

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Del-tone is located on the airport road right off hwy 10.

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another spot that you could check out is in elk river. they have 100 up to 600 yard range. it cost i believe $10 to shoot 44 rounds. on of my customers told me about this place. they also have compition shoots. and it NRA certified. i don't know if i can post the web site but i will. it's www.ersportsman.com

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