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    LA CHP Instructor # 522 Guate_shooter's Avatar

    LPSO Shooting Range

    Has anybody shot at it, where is it located at, steel or paper, rifles?

    Thanks for the info.

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    1911 cool-aid drinker kz45's Avatar
    You might get into alot of trouble if you shoot at it

    Seriously, I don't think the public can use that range, East Ascension had public days.
    http://www.ascensionsheriff.com/Whit...1821&p2=Y&p9=W

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    La. CHP Instructor #409

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    JBP55's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by guate_shooter View Post
    Has anybody shot at it, where is it located at, steel or paper, rifles?

    Thanks for the info.
    I take it you are referring to Lafayette Parish.
    In this area LPSO is Livingston Parish and non LEO/Military are allowed to shoot.

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    Marksman Tadpole's Avatar

    range

    Quote Originally Posted by JBP55 View Post
    I take it you are referring to Lafayette Parish.
    In this area LPSO is Livingston Parish and non LEO/Military are allowed to shoot.
    Who is the contact person? They used to have hours, for sighting in, and practice. Lost touch..where do civilians stand now? I don't understand your phrase non LEO/Military.. are allowed to shoot.

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    LA CHP Instructor # 522 Guate_shooter's Avatar
    According to Lafayette Parish Sheriff Office website it says it open to the public on Saturdays, but you have to "qualify", not quite sure what they mean by it, I sent an email to their info center but I'm still waiting on a response.

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    La. CHP Instructor #409

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tadpole View Post
    Who is the contact person? They used to have hours, for sighting in, and practice. Lost touch..where do civilians stand now? I don't understand your phrase non LEO/Military.. are allowed to shoot.
    Only Law Enforcement Officers and Military Personnel are allowed to shoot on the Livingston Parish Sheriff's Range.

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    Marksman Tadpole's Avatar
    Thanks, I understand now. I'm just old..I'll grow out of it, I'm sure.

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    Marksman firefighter9158's Avatar

    A.P.S.O Range (Ascension)

    This range is open to the public 2nd. & 4th. Thur. of each month. 2 p.m -6 p.m

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    Tx_oil Tx_oil's Avatar
    I am a Range Safety Officer at LPSO. It's open 8-1:30 ish on Saturdays to civilian shooters. The only 'qualify' is that if you are new to the range you must sit through a short safety demonstration and sign a waiver form. It is a great place to shoot, very friendly RSO's and has 15 pistol lanes, a 50 yard range for rifle/pistol/shorgun, and a 100 yard range for rifle. Only drawback is that the 50 and 100 yard ranges are like a swamp after a rain, so count on wearing your white rubber boots.
    Almost forgot...no laser sights (outdoor range under air traffic flight lane), no armor pericing/incindiery/tracer ammo and NO BUMP FIRE.

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    On Target
    where is the range please, I want to start teaching the MRS gun safety

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    On Target

    Lafayette Parish SO Range

    The LPSO range is on Michael Ann Drive in north Lafayette Parish.

    Take Pinhook Road towards the Breaux Bridge Highway, cross the BB Highway, drive past FR. Terulings HS, cross the tracks, take the first RIGHT on Lajaunie Road, cross the bayou, take an immediate RIGHT. Michael Ann Dr will be the first road on your LEFT. Go all the way to the end of Michael Ann.

    If you go to Mapquest.com you can see the range in the satellite photo...

    Open to the public Saturdays, 0800 - 1400 Central, except holidays or the Saturdays after holidays if the holiday is on Friday.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    7.62mm

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