Years ago, and I mean a long time back, Chabot Park, in the hills above Oakland had nice range facility, including covered points at 200 yards, where we used to shoot a short range National Match Course.
If it is still there, that is shootable, the range at Fort Barry, across the Golden Gate Bridge, take the turn off going down to Sausalito, then take the ONE WAY TUNNEL through the ridge. The range was on the Fort Barry post, and went out to 600 yards. There was, in distant days, a regular schedule of matches. Also, the Marine Corps range at Mare Island, in Vallejo used to shoot NMC on a regular basis, 200, 300 and 500 or 600 yards.
The abvove mentioined shooting goes back to the late 1960's, when I lived in Oakland and Berkley, and from what I've heard/read, shooting for the law abiding has gotten somewhat sticky in California in the years since then.Hope the above helps.