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Shooting Range at Little Pine SP
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Mr_Gixxer;155194 Wrote:I still think it's worth it to spend 25 bucks for a Tiadaghton Sportsman membership especially if you're just a shooter not a hunter. You'll need either the PGC's range permit or a hunting license to go to Little Pine and if I remember correctly the farthest range there is like 150yds. They have a 200 and 300 yard steel ringer set up just 5 miles past Waterville and it's more private.

You're probably right for a lot of people. I belong to LCCS and shoot there regularly. I also am a hunter so this is free with the hunting license and is closer to my house, I live between Wmspt and Jersey Shore. For me this is nice for doing some plinking or working on a new load without having to drive all the way to loyalsock. I will probably shoot both places now.
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Beginning in January 2015, individuals and groups interested in using the new shooting range facilities must purchase an annual range permit.

Range permits will be issued to individuals 16 years of age or older for $15 per year. Family permits will be offered for $20 annually.

Permits will be available at the park office and there also will be honor envelopes for self-registration at the shooting range starting in January of 2015.
MikeP, just an old guy that smells of garlic.
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Wait? Did the PGC change their regulations again? Doesn't a hunting license count anymore instead of a range permit?
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Mr_Gixxer;159927 Wrote:Wait? Did the PGC change their regulations again? Doesn't a hunting license count anymore instead of a range permit?

I called the park office to ask and got their answering service. I'll post if I get a reply to the message I left.
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