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Handgun range at the Rabit Creek Shooting Park in Anchorage
Alaska

Anchorage resident Bret Sweeney (on left) practices with a .44 magnum while Keith Thomas, also of Anchorage shoots his 10mm Glock pistol on the handgun range of the Rabbit Creek Shooting Park. Adjacent to the handgun range, the park also offers a 100 yard rifle range, a rim-fire range, an area for archery and a non-toxic shotgun clay target shooting area. The park is managed by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game which charges a fee to use the facilities (an adult day pass is $9.00). The park primarily serves local hunters and local recreational shooters as it is located just a few minutes drive from Downtown Anchorage.

Mr. Thomas is using a net to catch the casings ejected from his gun presumably, so that they can be re-loaded.

Copyright: Tom sadowski
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Uploaded: 01/06/2010
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Tags: guns; gun; pistol; bullets; target; handgun; sport; shooting; rifle range
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