Shooting range in or near Lawton

Shooting range in or near Lawton

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    Shooting range in or near Lawton

    We have a relative that is in the Lawton area for a controlled elk hunt on the Wichita Mtns Refuge.
    His hunt starts tomorrow so he is looking for an outdoor range around Lawton to verify zero on his rifle prior to the hunt.
    Anyone know of a range that doesn’t require a membership or allows a day pass?
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    to protect themselves against tyranny in government." - Thomas Jefferson

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    No clue of any ranges but lots of public land around Lawtonka and Ellsworth to pop a round off for a zero check.
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    Well, he scored a cow elk today, two hours into his hunt, 2 miles from his truck. His helpers came down with the covid so it’s all him to get it out.
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    Man that sucks where was he hunting to be 2 miles from a road?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwaynem View Post
    Man that sucks where was he hunting to be 2 miles from a road?
    I don't have any details yet. He was riding back to the corrals to see if he could round up some help and couldn't talk much.
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    A lot of that is rough rocky country

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    Absolutely rocky country. Haven’t heard from him yet. He was talking about quartering and hanging from a tree to keep the pigs and coyotes from eating it until he could pack it out.
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