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A Place to Shoot

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by Poodle, Sep 11, 2007.


  1. Poodle

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  2. chowchow

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    WHeres that place, Poodle? California or Nevada? I see you have Silver Bear ammo , good Russian stuff.
     

  3. Poodle

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    California. Good ammo. Di ko lang ma-hit ang silhoutte ng Bison. 300 meters yata layo nun, nasa hill pa.
     
  4. Poodle

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    Target silhoutte was on top of a hill.

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    Sarap din skeet shooting.

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    Wow , thats a really nice rifle range. Paakyat pa ang angle of fire.
    Is that a private range or public ?
    I have a bro who is in Sn Diego and he is looking for a rifle range close by. He wants to shoot his Mosin M 91/30 and Yugo SKS he bought from Turners. But when he visited me here in Houston we went shooting and he had a good time. Medyo bago lang sya sa shooting.
     
  6. Poodle

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    Open to the public. You can check this site.

    http://www.yellowpages.com/info-LMS...hoot?from=qpibp
     
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    Silver Bear but I need to pull out the magnetic bullets and replaced with Nosler 165 gn boatail.
     
  8. Poodle

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    The target silhoutte is inside a small red circle indicated by a small red arrow. Ang layo na ang liit pa yata.

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    kakainggit naman :drool:

    OT lang, what is the most gun-friendly state dyan?
    tia:)
     
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    Vega, I could have shot with you guys. I know the place well. I usually bring a picnic basket (no alcohol) and shoot all day for less than $10.00. "A Place to Shoot" off San Francisquito Canyon Road in Saugus, CA.
     
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    Most gun friendly state? I would say, Texas and Florida comes second.
     
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    maraming salamat po sir jerry
     
  13. chowchow

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    The place is just perfect. Is Saugus, California located east of LA ?

    Is their admission price per person allows you to shoot all the guns you bring? Here in Texas, they charge every gun around $10. The more guns , the more money they make.


    http://www.aplacetoshoot.net/index.html
     
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    One fee, all day, any gun, any shooting stage. Bring food and water. Tom, the owner is pleasant to deal with. May I suggest that if you shoot at his place, please buy some ammo from him even a box of .22's or some targets. There is no other supervised range that I know of that charges so little.

    On certain days (I forgot), LAPD Narcs, Customs, Homeland Security conduct their fun shoots out here.

    "A Place to Shoot" is n/e of Valencia, CA. Let me know if anyone plans to shoot out here. Maybe Vega, Hnard and I could join you.
     
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    Looks like it's near your place Jerry.

    Bagong range ba yan?
     
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    22 miles from my house. The range has been here for sometime. There is a nicer range off Fwy 5 at Old Road called The Oak Tree Gun Club. More accessible but kinda pricey kasi mukhang country club. It is a full service gun range. They even have Steel Challenge stage complete with timer.
     
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    Oh really, thats really nice. A flat fee per person and shoot all guns with you makes for a great day. Thats a great deal. Here , the only way to shoot unlimited guns is to be a member of a gun club. Public ranges can charge every gun you shoot. But if you are occasional shooter, thats ok.
     
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    Hmmmm, something to go back for. :supergrin:
     
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    http://www.shilohshooting.com/

    Im still waiting for this place to finish . Its a new indoor range. They have 30yards max and allow unlimited guns you can shoot for a flat fee of $15. I talked with the owner and he seem quite friendly. This is about 25 miles from me but thats ok .
     
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    It's great to see pinoys visiting the USA and enjoying the rights guarranteed by the US Constitution.

    Maybe this will inspire them all the more to enact appropriate amendments to the Phil Constitution for future generations of Filipinos to enjoy.

    One thing though, I notice the Winchester padding on the right shoulder.

    Be forewarned we call that a 'sissy pad' out here. :supergrin: