Gunny A says That a thick tree cover is a safe backstop, gunny B says it is not,and a berm or rock ledge is neccesarry. Who's side are you on and why?
The tree cover is about 250 yards deep, very thick. A hill that sometimes has livestock and farmers is behind it. Usually the guys shoot 30-30, .22 ,9mm .45trip286 said:Just how thick and deep is the thick tree cover? What's beyond it? You're many rounds are being fired? What caliber?
Not nearly enough info my man. It's fine for a backyard in the boonies and doing some plinking with a .22. But maybe a company or battalion level M240 and .50 Cal shoot? Maybe not.