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Old 11-27-2012, 01:59 AM   #51
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That sounds dangerous and awesome. I think I'm gonna try it!
Dangerous? Naw, it's totally safe! You can even do it point blank!
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Old 11-27-2012, 06:29 AM   #52
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Dangerous? Naw, it's totally safe! You can even do it point blank!
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Kinda like those "secret gun ranges" I mentioned somewhere in the clubhouse.
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Kinda like those "secret gun ranges" I mentioned somewhere in the clubhouse.
"secret gun ranges"?
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Yeah they're really cool and no one knows about them. They put out a no shooting sign, so its kept a secret. Every once and a while someone else will be shooting there too, usually in your direction. At that point it's best to leave.

That was probably the most sarcastic paragraph I cant type.

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Yeah they're really cool and no one knows about them. They put out a no shooting sign, so its kept a secret. Every once and a while someone else will be shooting there too, usually in your direction. At that point it's best to leave.

That was probably the most sarcastic paragraph I cant type.
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I shoot in my yard, actually. I live in the sticks, and live on family property. We ha some land cleared behind our pond, not long ago, for more shooting room. I am actually considering building a "shooting range", because we piled up the dirt in 4 different piles as backstops (even though it's all woods behind it for miles), and I thought it would be a great idea to make one a pistol range, one a medium ranged range (semi auto rifles, shotguns, plinking, etc.), and one certain one a long range. I was thinking of building plywood targets and tables or booths to shoot from, but it's a low land (wet a lot), so it would have to be on a platform or replaced every year or so.
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I'm jealous! For a while now, the ability to shoot in my own yard has been my dream.

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I'm jealous! For a while now, the ability to shoot in my own yard has been my dream.
Yeah well, the shooting range thing is now a dream, too. My newest job has me working till Christmas, then I sell fireworks with a local fireworks store (yes, store, not stand, this is a STORE). Maybe it will be a weekend project in early January. Thankfully, firearmstalk for iPhone passes the time at this job, lol. It's selling Christmas trees, so there is a lot of down time, right now.
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Sounds like good work, theres nothin better than the smell of a real Christmas Tree. Except for burnt powder.

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Sounds like good work, theres nothin better than the smell of a real Christmas Tree. Except for burnt powder.
That's where the fireworks come in
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I wish fireworks were legal where Im at. City ordinance prohibits them. I have never seen a fireworks store before. Do you sell large fireworks to commercial businesses mostly, or is it all kinds of fireworks to all kinds of people?

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