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Improve range security and safety. Replace the old dilapidated agricultural style fence with new 6’ chain link fencing.
(Recreation - 07/25/2008)

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) issued a decision notice on a proposal to acquire 12 acres of land near old Harper's Bridge. The notice prescribes acquiring land along the Clark Fork River west of Missoula---4 by donation and 8 by a purchase. This site would provide key access for floaters on a stretch of the Clark Fork where boat access is currently quite limited. The acquisition would also allow the possibility of FWP developing a formal Fishing Access Site in the future. To view the complete decision notice, open the file below.
(Decision Notices - 07/24/2008)

Improve handicapped access to the shooting and building facilities, making them compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Provide long overdue repairs to deteriorating building and heating systems, i.e. windows, fascia and heat system. Replace 10 – 24 year old indoor and outdoor archery shooting butts for increased safety and efficiency.
(Recreation - 07/24/2008)

The overall objective, of the proposal, will be to expand the variety of shooting and educational opportunities at the club while improving safety, handicapped accessibility, and overall operation efficiency and utility. Improve the parking area, enhancing handicapped and general user access, and to provide a more practical and usable classroom/meeting room for all users. Provide an updated and practical pistol range offering 360º shooting for law enforcement and public shooters. Providing improved shooting opportunities and enhanced shooting education programs for Hunter Education, 4-H, Boy Scouts, law enforcement, leagues, etc.
(Recreation - 07/24/2008)

Replace older trap house with a safer and more secure concrete trap house. Eliminate the need for a person in the trap house during shooting, by replacing manual trap machines with automatic machines. Improve the release of “birds” for shooters through the use of a voice release system.
(Recreation - 07/24/2008)



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