I was wondering what in the world you would be doing almost in Idaho, when you are answering a question about shooting in Davis County. Just so you know I have topos for the entire US on my computer, but like most normal people I always find locations in degrees and decimal degrees. I had to temporarily change my preferences to allow degrees, min. and sec. so that I could find the spot. In all that confusion I entered the wrong North coordinate. I have fixed my error.apollosmith said:You're off by one degree of latitude. This puts you in the middle of a field in Cache Valley. You can probably shoot there, but some farmer will probably run you off. It should be 40Â°N and this map shows 41Â°N.Tarzan1888 said:Here is a map of the area. The red circle shows the center of the GPS coordinates.
Interestingly, there is a good place to shoot just a few miles from this point, above Richmond.
Drive your Cadillac up there if you want.Bflamante said:Thanks for marking the map. The coordinates show that it is off of skyline drive. Is skyline accessible to 4x4 vehicles or only quads? Can I drive my truck up there without getting in trouble with the federalies? Also, it this area acceptable for camping overnight? Fire restrictions?
I would like to add one more condition......Please DON"T take any junk there and PLEASE do pick up targets etc. so that the place looks as good when you leave as it did when you came.....Be a Good Scout.PW said:...I only have 1 condition for giving out these directions, If you choose to go up there shooting, you darn well better PM me and invite me to meet you there!
No.PW said:Tarzan, have you shot at this range before?