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Old 10-24-2011, 02:35 AM   #21
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That could be the difference. I sight in at 100 yards. In order to shoot farther I have to travel a number of hours or pay $500 plus a year. I would love to be able to practice at 300 plus.
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Old 10-24-2011, 02:38 AM   #22
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Yeah, me too normally, but we built a range out here out to 1000 yards and just finished it up a couple days before the trip!
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So when can I crash at your place for a long weekend?
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Whenever you get this way.
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But all my bullet/load comparisons were done at 100 yards....at my old range.
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There is a 300 yard range less then 10 miles from my house but they charge near $600 to join and $300/year after so I'm stuck at 100 for now.

How far are you from Forth Worth?
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Five hours or so.
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So, those old military wooden training rounds should kill vampires right? If you were you shoot them in the heart?
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