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Am thinking of going to Stafford WMA tomorrow.  Will be my first time there.  Mainly plan to shoot clays at the shotgun(clay) range.  Curious how busy it gets there on Saturdays.  Appreciate any info and tips anyone may have.   May also do some shooting at the muzzleloader(rifle) range as well.(Unfortunately was unable to go to the meetup last weekend). 

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It’s not as nice as Clinton. Get there first thing in the morning and you should be gtg.

every 15 minutes is technically a cold range. The clay and muzzle loader/rimfire share the same field. It’s sketchy changing targets at the berm! Enjoy!


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