Ft. Gibson WMA Gun Range 1st Monday cleanup
On 09-21-2020 Wagoner County DEQ Deputy J. Burk was assisted by Wagoner County Inmates with the weekly cleanup at the Toppers Gun Range. This cleanup will be attempted weekly to assist with the trash issue at the Range.
The Sheriff's Office would like to remind you that you must have an Oklahoma hunting license to use the range. Additionally, only paper, clay, or cardboard targets are allowed, NO METAL TARGETS. CEEDC (Community Environment Enhancement and Development Corporation) has supplied trash barrels at the range for cleanup after you have used the range.
All users of the gun range must follow ODWC WMA and Gun Range Regulations. To shoot at a Wildlife Department shooting range, users must possess a hunting, combination license, or otherwise be exempt. You can check out the OKWC Rules and Regulations here: https://wildlifedepartment.com/ooj/odwc-shooting-range-update