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Hey gang, I just relocated from Minnesota to Tulsa Oklahoma. Unfortunately I’m stuck in an apartment and looking for a local or semi local 3D range. I’ve looked at the Tulsa Archery Association but it’s a hundred bucks a year. If anyone has any insight I’d really appreciate it.
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Hundred bucks seems reasonable compared to weekly $5 range fees.
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A hundred is a bit on the strong side.  Depends on how much you plan to use it, and whether there is an additional charge for each individual use.  Most clubs have a work feature either in addition to, or to offset part of, the membership fee.  Worth checking into.  
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On the other hand, 100 won't buy you a decent 3d target. Amortized over 12 months thats about 8-9 dollars a month.

It'll likely cost more in gas to get there and back 5 times a month. Are there other costs or expectations as well ?

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Unfortunately I’m a student with a fixed income and schedule. I’d be happy if I could get out and shoot 2-3 times a month. The club does have an awesome range, or so the the pictures show anyway, I’d just hate to invest and then get too busy to utilize it. Thanks for all the responses.
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When I was a club Vice President, to increase participation I suggested a student discount to members attending school. It was approved by our board. I would call the club and tell them you’re a student and ask if there’s a student discount and you may offer to help setup for events for a discount.
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That’s a good idea, I was a member of the Winona Archers for years and they also had a working membership ship. I’ll see what the have to offer. Thanks
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Stump shooting is free
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  Take a look at some of the public land there. If the drive isn't excessive you may be able to just get you a good target and go out there and shoot. I'd dou;be check the game laws though. Some states have strange rules about that.
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Man $100 a year is cheap.  I've seen clubs that have $450 annual dues.  Our club, Lekatchka Archers of Nokomis has a $200 annual dues.  If you work a day at the club you get a $25 credit.  You can knock off $100 by working 4 days.  Work days consist of setting up targets for the next day's 3D event, removing the targets after the shoot, clean up days, light construction, etc.  Work days are rarely full days.  Me, I pay the $200.  Frank
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  Take a look at some of the public land there. If the drive isn't excessive you may be able to just get you a good target and go out there and shoot. I'd dou;be check the game laws though. Some states have strange rules about that.

Definitely check the rules. There's no national forest in my area, just some state land. Different rules. I asked a park ranger about stump shooting in a state park/WMA. I really'stumped' him with my question. He said he had to talk to his boss, took my name, phone number and email. He replied the he also had to talk to the local wildlife officer in charge of the area. It was determined that I could under the following conditions. I have my hunting license, necessary permit for the WMA, and don't shoot in the safety zones. I figured I had them technically since coyotes are legal game year round but didn't want to get in a discussion about the small game heads I use to stump with.

You may also check local sporting goods stores with indoor ranges.

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$100.00 a year is a bargain. Grab it!
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