Finalized version. Los Altos Rod and Gun by popular demand. 12:00 noon. Look for the faggot with the black Volvo and Flecktarn.
Took it to a car wash, that got most of the mud out. Apparently I cracked my radiator at the bottom and started losing ATF, so that had to be replaced, along with all my cooling lines and heater core (just old, wear/tear) and front brakes/rotors. $660 total parts and labor.
Mechanic complained non stop about all the mud. Good thing it rained subsequently because I think I finally washed the last of it off. There's still a bunch all over my parking space.
Good thing it's not worse either because I just ditched my other car (the shitty old minivan) for 1k. State reluctantly bought it off me to scrap.
I’m working on the waivers and rules for the meetup. Waivers will be emailed soon, please make sure to bring a signed copy to the registration table when you arrive. My mom, aunt, and aunts boyfriend (hes a state police) will be working as our range officers.
Some of the rules so far – we are still working on the finalized list so bare with us.
1. At sign in, all guns are given to the range officers for safe keeping.
2. When you want to shoot, check out a gun from the range officer table. An RO will escort you to the firing line, and will re-secure your weapon when done shooting.
3. No guns outside of RO control until you leave the property.
4. Keep 3 seconds between shots, NO rapid fire will be permitted.
I look forward to meeting you all. I will be brining s’mores supplies (marshmellow, gram cracker, chocolate bar) so if you want to bring food to share that’s cool. Maybe weeners or homburgs.
They have manual clay throwers all the way past the other ranges. I don't know how busy those are duing the weekends though. I usually go on Thursdays. Some weeks I'm the only one on the clay range and the ROs come to check once and never drop by again. Barrel needs to be at least 26" to shoot on this range though, since apparently the houses nearby complain about the noise.
I'm also pretty sure you can shoot buck at the tincan range, and there's a patterning board I think at the 50 yard range. Never did any myself, as I usually just bring clays and birdshot.
/k/ and /o/ have long been unofficial sister-boards.
When I get tired of /k/ memes and Australian shitposting I go to /o/
When I get tired of /o/ memes and Australian shitposters I go to /k/
I'll attempt to make it out, I can bring my CZ SP-01 and we can finally settle the CZ-a shit meme.
You know I recently shot a 75B and liked it quite a bit. Normally I have a hard time gripping the tiny slide. I can see why people are bitching though, they aren't as cheap as they used to be and fnf isn't as good as you might want on a 600$ gun. Especially not when used HKs are only a little more money.