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interloper
September 18, 2004, 05:35 PM
Is there such a thing in the West Virginia panhandle? I am not being real picky IDPA or ISPC or any other arrangement of letters would suffice. I would even be willing to go to Virginia or Maryland if it would be close enough.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks again.

James

interloper
September 20, 2004, 05:55 PM
Guess not.

Does anyone in West Virginia pan handle know of a good range to shoot firearms?

BillOH
September 23, 2004, 07:14 PM
If you are in the Northern panhandle there are several IDPA clubs in nearby Ohio as well as one in Hancock County. If you are in the Eastern panhandle I can't help you. :rolleyes:

BillOH

interloper
September 24, 2004, 02:30 PM
BillOH

I guess I should have been more specific. Thanks.

oldhouse
November 18, 2004, 11:23 AM
Interloper:
I mirror your question about competition in WV Eastern Panhandle. Would like to find an IDPA close to here (Martinsburg/Hedgesville). Seems nothing is right here, so would have to go to PA, OH, MD, etc.
If you get an answer to your original question (i.e. where to compete), I'd like to see it, too.
I do have an answer to the second question, that is, about the location of a range. The outdoor range I've been using is in the Sleepy Creek Wildlife Management Area, about 25 minutes from Hedgesville. It's up on the rim of the "bowl" in which the lake sits. Dirt roads most of the way.
Locals at Jones Springs (on Back Creek Valley Road -- Hwy 7) can give directions. If not, I'll repost.

USNavy_233
November 18, 2004, 01:04 PM
I'm not sure how far your willing to drive or how far away these are but you may want to try
http://www.mdrc-inc.com/ and
http://hcp.idpa.home.comcast.net/ Both are located in WV and are IDPA affliated organizations. As for USPSA, I'm not sure about anything in that area. Hope that helps you out. Good luck with it.
Walt

Shooter # 2
November 24, 2004, 02:55 PM
Hi Interloper,
You can get the Shooting Range-National Registry, and find all the Shooting
Ranges, in your area, ( I Use Googel Engine, )
By going to: www.nrahq.org/dhootingrange/findlocal.asp
Then click on: Shooting Range-National Registry, And then you are in...
Hope this helps.
From Arizona,
Shooter #2