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Maryland shoot- August 3rd!

Discussion in 'Rallying Point and Range Discussions' started by Girlwithagun, Jul 27, 2005.

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  1. Girlwithagun

    Girlwithagun Member

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    We are having our monthly shoot for Maryland Shall Issue- Anne Arundel County and I wanted to invite anyone else who wants to join us. Any excuse to get out and shoot, eh? Please post here by August 1st if you plan to attend so I can let the guy who is hosting us know.

    What: Bullseye Conventional Pistol shooting league
    Where: 12th Precinct Pistol and Archery Club in Harwood, MD
    When: Wednesday August 3rd at 5:30pm and/or at 7:00 pm.
    Cost: First timers are free! After that it is $3 for the first
    competiton and $5 for both- a great deal!
    What to bring: .22 pistols are recommended because it really gives you
    a chance to work on trigger control while not having to deal with recoil.
    Also, please bring your own ammo.

    Directions: Take Rt 2 South from the Annapolis area to Harwood, Md.
    Turn right on Harwood Road and go 1.1 miles.
    Turn right into the club, go through the gate and follow the road back
    to the club house and range. Most shooters park on the right side of the
    building.
     
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    I'll have to catch everyone next time. I have an uncle in town who I haven't seen in 7 or 8 years.
     
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    Take him with you!
     
  5. chaim

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    I'm not sure that would have been a great idea, I'm pretty sure he is one of those "guns are for hunters" types. Yesterday he was talking about a time when he was on a job in NH (he is a retired heavy equipment operator) and one of his coworkers had a (gasp) AR15 with a (gasp) "illegal 60 round mag" and (gasp) a AR as well- "you can take on an army with that stuff".
     
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