How to Dodge Bullets in Pawnee National Grassland
The closure is a buffer along segments of two roads, located one-quarter mile south of County Road 96 between County Roads 61 and 63 and one-quarter mile west of County Road 63 between County Roads 96 and 94."Despite additional signage, increased patrols and education efforts, irresponsible shooting behavior has escalated," according to a statement printed by The Denver Post, which notes that stray lead has landed near homes. The ban will be revisited in one year and could be extended at that time, according to 7News. While an inconvenience to gun lovers, the closure applies to less than a fifth of the grassland--the rest remains open to target shooters.
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