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Decision would build shooting ranges, restrict dispersed shooting

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By Corinne Westeman

A draft decision by the U.S. Forest Service would require shooting ranges be built locally and restrict shooting on some land in the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests.

Restricting shooting would ensure safer recreational sport shooting, and it would affect approximately 43,600 acres of Forest Service land in Clear Creek County, according to a news release. In total, the decision would restrict shooting on 225,574 acres of the Forests’ 1.4 million acres, but only once shooting ranges had been built locally.


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