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Officials sealed off wildcat shooting areas in Redington Pass after a recent cleanup, but vandals have damaged signs like the one above.
Rogue shooters have shot up a "Shooting Prohibited" sign on Redington Pass, and vandals smashed another sign to the ground - just weeks after an event marking a cleanup of trashed-out shooting sites.
In the background, shooters leave one of the trash-filled Redington Pass areas used for target practice. The Forest Service plans to fence off the area - one of three such sites - starting this week. A new management plan also is in the works.
Josh Snapp, left, and Austin Zwick examine a bullet-riddled propane tank. They lamented the trash left by other shooters in Redington Pass.
Federal officials plan to close three unsupervised, trashed-out shooting sites in Redington Pass today and begin a cleanup.
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