A little gun porn

Discussion in 'Sports & Outdoor Adventure' started by Yamaki, Mar 2, 2016.

  1. spicer

    spicer Well-Known Member

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    I agree... it's totally about maintaining familiarity. I too need to do it more often than I do... I can sense the distancing.
     
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  2. Dirk Willims

    Dirk Willims AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Yamaki, if your into it, come on down to Klamath falls, I've got a range on my friends 5000/7000 acre ranch. We can shoot to 1760y which is a mile. Got 30 ar 500 steel targets set up across the ranch.

    Depending on your height I'm happy to teach you, and loan you one of my sniper grade rifles. We have gravel pits set up for pistol, shotgun and carbine work.

    My shoot buddies are mostly ex military, my shoot personal partner is a retired army special forces LT Col, with 26 years active.

    We shoot military grade rifles and calibers, with a few oddball rifles. These rifles are 10/12 k depending on which scopes sit on top.

    My old police rifle, is an ACIS .308 I've shot three barrels out on this rifle, the other guys went to the 6.5 caliber rifles, I hate following others so I went with a .243 and shoot .115 Detac special bullets, out of it.

    The 6.5 the 243, the 6mm BR, and the .260 Remington are all ballisticly very close.

    Also shoot a 300.WM, and my big dog is a 338 Lapua Mag.

    Your welcome to,come down, and shoot one of em, or all of em if you would like. I load all my ammo so we're pretty tight on bullet calls, and placement.

    Seriously if you would like to give long range a try, come on down. Three of the guys in my crew, are also instructors over the hill at Clint Smiths Thumder Ranch their in Lakeview Or. A great place to train if you have 1500.00 for a3 day course.

    Or,you,shoot with us, for free.

    Lastly we only shoot suppressed. all our rifles have cans. Gentlemans shooting!

    Let me know. Heck anybody close, your welcome to come give LRS, a try.

    Dirk
     
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  3. Yamaki

    Yamaki Not For Hire Subscriber

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    That sounds like a LOT of fun, Dirk!
     
  4. John James

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    Dirk, welcome to AK! You have already shown the AK spirit. :thumbsup:
     
  5. www.records

    www.records Quality over Quantity

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    Nice offer Dirk. If I lived closer I would love to take you up on it. Long range shooting is something I would love to learn about.
     
  6. Yamaki

    Yamaki Not For Hire Subscriber

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    The M&P 15-22 got a nice Vortex Strikefire II red/green dot optic put on it:

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    I believe my next firearm purchase will be a step away from the familiar AR pattern to a more traditional semi-automatic .308 caliber battle rifle. I have my eye on this Springfield Armory M1A beastie:

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