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September 4, 2001, 08:45 PM
There are a number of ways you can find good places to hunt and shoot in your area. Your Remington dealer is great place to start. Ask your salesperson about public hunting and shooting areas nearby. Oftentimes, you'll also find posters and brochures for gun ranges and hunt clubs right at the store. The local Yellow Pages can also provide listings of gun ranges and clubs. You may also want to contact the National Shooting Sports Foundation (www.nssf.org) or the National Rifle Association (www.nra.org) for information regarding activities in your area. If you haven't done so already, it's important to call or visit your local Department of Natural Resources or Game & Fish offices.
They are an ideal source of information on public hunting and shooting areas - and can also help familiarize you with licenses and state laws regarding hunter safety and hunting seasons. Be sure to obtain good state and county maps, as well as information regarding trespass laws. Always ask permission
to hunt on private property and respect the rights of landowners.

We hope this guide has helped you become more familiar with shot gunning and your Remington shotgun. We at Remington wish you well on all your hunting and sport shooting endeavors. And remember, the shooting sports are best enjoyed with safety as your top priority.

Remington Arms Company, Inc., Madison, NC 27025-0700
Visit us in Remington Country at: www.remington.com
For more information and a schedule of the Remington Shooting School, call 1-800-742-7053.