And the city has porta-potties out there on a permanent basis now, so we don't have to rent our own (but bring your own TP just in case.)
The rules are pretty simple:
No explosives, no .50BMG rifles, clean up after yourself, don't be a dick.
ETA: In comments, ExurbanKevin advises:
A coupla item of note: The ground there is reinforced concrete disguised as sun-baked clay/ Fugetabout any target stand that needs to stuck into the ground, it ain't happenin'. Steel and targets that don't need taping are best. And the benches are funky-shaped. Regular camping chairs are marginal, stools are better.Yup. I bring folding chairs, I have a 2" PVC target stand, and a half-dozen steel swinger targets. End edit.
I plan on being there when the range opens. We'll shoot until noon or 1 o'clock, then pack up and have lunch. I can't remember the name of the place we went last year,
BUMPED: OK, looks like about 13 of us say we're going, and the vote is 10-4 in favor of tailgating it at the range for lunch. I can live with that. Anybody else? The more the merrier!
Final bump. I recommend you bring: water or other non-alcoholic beverages (no alcohol on the range), sunscreen, ear & eye protection, (ladies, don't wear anything low-cut or open-necked. Yes, I'm sure it looks lovely, but you don't want to catch hot brass down in there), something to SIT ON (folding chairs recommended, but a 5 gallon bucket upended will work in a pinch), something to eat (enough to share would be nice, but not necessary), a roll of TP just in case the porta-potties are low. OPTIONAL: Something to shoot with, and something to shoot AT. I imagine most of us will be bringing multiple firearms and lots of ammo, but if you don't, well, I'm willing to let people shoot my stuff (with my ammo), and I'm willing to let them shoot at my targets. We gunnies are generous that way.
If you're a reader or a non-gun blogger interested in coming to a off-the-cuff funshoot, please come on down! Hope to see you there!