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    Thumbs up I'll take the first post for kansas.

    Thank's Tom for this great site.

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    He was being interviewed by a British journalist. The journalist asked,"What do you think the last thought is in the head of a deer before you shoot it? Is it, `Are you my friend? Or is it, Are you the one who killed my brother?'"

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    Default Riley Ranges

    Headed to Ft. Riley. Where are the good ranges? Is Rusty's still in Aggieville

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    Default Ranges around Ft. Riley

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    Headed to Ft. Riley. Where are the good ranges? Is Rusty's still in Aggieville
    First off, Yep... Rusty's is still in Aggieville.

    There does not seem to be alot of good ranges in the Manhattan/Junction City Area. There is one indoor range in topeka, I will post the links below. There is also a good range in McPherson, about an hour from JC, that offer's CCW and Tactical Defense courses.

    There also does not seem to be alot of HK dealers around here. Pat's Gun in Ogden carries some, and there's a new place called Quantico Tactical that carries quite a few and has a monthly visit from an HK armorer and gunsmith. It's in JC right off Grant, just about a mile from the gate to Ft. Riley. The guys at Quantico are great. I just bought a USP compact in .40 from there, and they were fantastic. Most of the gun shops around here seem to cater to Glock and S&W, with a little Kimber mixed in. Word has it from the guy's at Quantico (haha) that they are trying to build an indoor range in JC, but from what I understand, they haven't gotten too far with it yet. There is an outdoor pistol range in Randolph, about 20 miles north of Manhattan/45 miles from JC, that is open every other weekend and the last thursday of the month, but outdoor shooting in the winter is just plain cold. It's called the Fancy Creek Range, they don't have a website.

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    Quantico Tactical (www.quanticotactical.com
    Kaw Valley Gun Club (kvgc.com) - Indoor 25 yd pistol and small rifle range. Located in Topeka
    The Outback Park (www.theoutbackpark.com) - Located in McPherson
    Target Master Shooting Academy (http://www.targetmastershootingacademy.com/) - Located in Bonner Springs/KC Area

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    Quote Originally Posted by fcmiller68 View Post
    Headed to Ft. Riley. Where are the good ranges? Is Rusty's still in Aggieville
    Hey man, best place to shoot around Ft Riley is Range 4 on post and that is it. Fancy Creek is also around but it sucks. Range 4 is only on the weekends (most of them) and is free, including targets and goes out to 300 meters.

    About Pats, I would not buy from him. I deal with Rod at Quantico for everything. pat will rake you over the coals on his prices and laugh all the way to the bank doing it.

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