It might not be a bad time to go try some of the indoor shooting ranges around town.

This 4th of July weekend, not only are there more folks out and about camping and hiking but folks out target shooting.

This is a good time to remind gun enthusiasts about the dangers of target shooting during wildfire season.

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife has issued fire restrictions for state lands, for not just camping and hiking.

Right here in the immediate area, the popular shooting spot on the Wenas Wildlife Area has restrictions to reduce the risk of wildfires.

WDFW has restricted target shooting on the Wenas Wildlife Area, which remains in effect through Sept. 30th. You're only able to shoot between sunrise and 10 a.m., when the risk of starting a wildfire is less severe.