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<font color="yellow">they want comments boyz, give them some comments <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">

(and be nice, they are trying to work with us <IMG SRC="smilies/smile.gif" border="0">)</font c>

> RECREATIONAL SHOOTING COMMENTS WANTED
>
>
> I met recently with Tonto National Forest Director Karl Siderits for
nearly
> two hours. They have some very real problems. National Forest
authorities
> are considering closing the Arizona National Forests, or parts, to
shooting.
> This is a critical issue for anyone who practices outdoors on open
terrain.
> Voice your concerns at the meeting as noticed below, or by other means
> directly. This is a steamroller that can flatten your rights.
> Alan Korwin, Author
> The Arizona Gun Owner's Guide
>
>
> NEWS United States Tonto National Forest
> Department of 2324 E. McDowell Rd.
> Agriculture Phoenix, Arizona 85006
> (602) 225-5200
>
> www.fs.fed.us/r3/tonto/
>
> For Immediate Release
> Contacts: Art Wirtz- (480) 610-3300
>
> RECREATIONAL SHOOTING COMMENTS WANTED
>
> Phoenix, AZ- April 27, 2001...District Ranger Art Wirtz, of the Mesa
Ranger
> District, will be
> available to discuss recreational firearm shooting on Tonto National
Forest
> on Thursday, May 3 in the
> Apache Room of the Mesa Centennial Center in downtown Mesa.
> This discussion will be informal in nature with the public invited
to
> come in anytime between 2:00
> pm and 7:30 pm and talk about their concerns, problems, desires and needs
in
> relation to recreational
> shooting on National Forest lands in the Mesa and Apache Junction areas.
If
> you have been affected by
> shooting while hiking, horseback riding, or other recreational activity
this
> would be an excellent time to
> discuss this with Ranger Wirtz and his staff.
> There are many areas on the Tonto National Forest that receive very
> heavy use by recreational
> shooters. Recreational shooters are encouraged to share with the Ranger
> what
> type of areas on the
> National Forest meet their needs and what type of shooting they do on a
> regular basis.
> Comment sheets will be available for people who are unable to attend
> but
> would like to
> comment.
>
> **If you have any questions about this meeting feel free to call the
Forest
> Service at (480) 610-3300
>
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