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Old 08-23-2006, 08:40 AM   #41
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yeah i had fun

i woulda had pics but i screwed up... left my phone on anthony's truck and then my camera was on the charger and i never grabbed it.

-1 :eh:

but it was fun getting into the 'tactical' firing, i'm down for going next week

big thanks to brian for ride :icon_bigg
I thought about bringing my camera, but decided not to because 1) I'm not sure how you guys feel about being photographed, and 2) I figured one of you would have brought one. I'll bring one next time. and Robert, give me a call next tuesday. We can carpool :icon_bigg
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Old 08-23-2006, 08:44 AM   #42
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I didn't do the tactical thing (obviously) but I had a good time. It was a bit hot for me in the range though. Only because I cannot sweat due to being paralyzed.

If you go there, I would suggest getting ammo before heading out there. They didn't have any 9mm when we got there. So we had to run out and get some.

If you want to do the tactical thing, you have got to have a holster (Required). A minimal of 3 clips is also a good rule of thumb to have. Otherwise, you may not get through the whole tactical range.

Kinny could have told us about that. :P Robert was scrambling to get a holster so that he could do the tactical.

Glad you had a good time. They are working on fixing the place up. One of the things is restoring the AC in the range, but that probably won't happen for another year.

There has been a shortage of 9mm everywhere. I think Academy has cornered the market on them suckers because they seems to be the only ones who has a steady supply. They've also gone up in price twice this year.
I also suggest you buy ammo before you arrive because the ammo at the range are extremely expensive.

And sorry about the missing details. I would have let Robert shoot my .45 because I've brought plenty of ammo. lol. It's all good though. Robert did well for his first time. :icon_bigg
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Old 08-23-2006, 10:21 AM   #43
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Glad you had a good time. They are working on fixing the place up. One of the things is restoring the AC in the range, but that probably won't happen for another year.

There has been a shortage of 9mm everywhere. I think Academy has cornered the market on them suckers because they seems to be the only ones who has a steady supply. They've also gone up in price twice this year.
I also suggest you buy ammo before you arrive because the ammo at the range are extremely expensive.

And sorry about the missing details. I would have let Robert shoot my .45 because I've brought plenty of ammo. lol. It's all good though. Robert did well for his first time. :icon_bigg
:icon_bigg :icon_bigg :icon_bigg

I'll give you a call Monday afternoon so we can sort the details

BTW, that .45 is FUKNSICK... wow. i loved it man, but it scared the out of me :notworthy :notworthy
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:icon_bigg :icon_bigg :icon_bigg

I'll give you a call Monday afternoon so we can sort the details

BTW, that .45 is FUKNSICK... wow. i loved it man, but it scared the out of me :notworthy :notworthy
Cool cool.

And .45ACP is mild compared to a .357 mag, .44 Mag, and .38 Super. You can literally feel the concussion standing behind a .44 Mag shooter. :laughing6 :laughing6
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