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Shooting Walker at an indoor range.

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by Pulp, Mar 18, 2013.

  1. Pulp

    Pulp Well-Known Member

    My son-in-laws family and I went to Heartland Outdoors at Edmond, OK Saturday. I introduced them to the mighty Colt's Walker. I think the third shooters "WOW!" pretty much sums it up.:D

  2. DoubleDeuce 1

    DoubleDeuce 1 Well-Known Member

    Very cool. I bet they must have one heck of a ventilation system at that range.:cool:
  3. raa-7

    raa-7 Well-Known Member

    Yep,, like a CANNON BLAST for sure !Thats what makes black powder so much fun.Heck,just that video right there makes me want to get one! But I have to work on gettin a ROA first.:p Oh I didnt think the indoor ranges would allow BP guns..
  4. joecil

    joecil Well-Known Member

    I shoot at Bud's new indoor range often and they also allow black powder on them as well. But then they have a ventilation system that you can park a semi in the exhaust ducts on. They even have a drive in indoor range for police etc, where they can set the lighting to the time of day or weather conditions and work from their cars. Kind of neat however not often seen by the general public from my understanding.
  5. Fingers McGee

    Fingers McGee Well-Known Member

    Other than a '66, my favorite cartridge and favorite rifle. Another great video Mike.

    Fingers (Show Me MO smoke) McGee
  6. raa-7

    raa-7 Well-Known Member

    Yeah that's nice to be able to shoot indoor bp like that,I guess they all dont allow it though.If I had an indoor range,I would at least have a section with that powerful ventilation to where people could do that.
  7. Cosmoline

    Cosmoline Well-Known Member

    Black powder is organic! It's good for you.
  8. Pulp

    Pulp Well-Known Member

    I've been to three different indoor ranges in the OKC area, and all three allow black powder.

    Although I got told at H&H that only one of the bays were for BP, by one of the employees. He also told me I couldn't load anywhere but at the firing line. I tried to explain to him I wasn't loading, just charging, and I wouldn't cap until I was at the firing line. He couldn't grasp the concept, so I didn't argue with him. After finishing up, I found a manager, told him what had happened, and he said he'd have an instructional talk with the employee. He also told me all the bays were open to BP.
  9. Lunie

    Lunie Well-Known Member

    I strongly suspect your comment was meant for this thread. ;)


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