Using .22LR at in indoor range

Using .22LR at in indoor range

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    Using .22LR at in indoor range

    Saw a sign at a 25 yard indoor range saying rifle ammo shot from handguns was not allowed. Does this include .22 long rifle ammo?


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    Not at the indoor range I go to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnKelly View Post
    Saw a sign at a 25 yard indoor range saying rifle ammo shot from handguns was not allowed. Does this include .22 long rifle ammo?
    I would guess not, but the only way to know for sure is to ask them.
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    I would think they mean no T/C Encore pistol in 308 or the like.
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    If you can't shoot .22 there, I wouldn't want to shoot anything because their backstop probably isn't very safe. Its probably talkin more about T/C Encore pistols that shoot .30-30 and things like that. But it can't hurt to ask them.
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    I am sure you can shoot .22, even rifle, at the range. Our range has the same rule (base on what they are certified to shoot); I can't shoot a .30 carbine round in a Ruger Blackhawk, but I can shoot a .50 S and W, because it is a pistol round.
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