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Pennsylvania THR Gathering!!! Sunday, March 28th!!

Discussion in 'Rallying Point and Range Discussions' started by SodaPop, Mar 1, 2004.

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  1. fslflint

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    I'll be there!!. sounds like it will be a blast. can't bring any toys though. although I do have a realy cool pneumatic cannon that might be some fun to shoot at the range. unfortunatly its 12 feet long and wouldn't fit in clubsodas car. and my rifles are at home and can't keep them at school. I havn't done much handgun shooting so hopefully I'll learn a thing or two. does anyone have an FEG PA-63 in 9x18? I'd like to shoot one, if not I'll settle for a regular mak. sweet, I can't wait.
     
  2. SodaPop

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    Watch your back dude.:fire: :neener:




    There are approx. 1,000,000 people coming to this so you'll all need be take your time getting from the parking lot to the range. Please plan ahead......................
     
  3. clubsoda22

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    We can mount it on the roof. I'm sure i can find a use on my car for for something that can launch a sand filled 20oz mountain dew bottle 700 yards. I think we broke the sound barrier more often than not last time we shot it...nothing strips bark off a tree like a gravel filled can of coke at mach 1. At thirty yards it penetrated 3/4" plywood, 4 fork lift palates and still blew the bark off the tree it was all propped up against.
     
  4. Il Duce

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    I'll be there!!! Can't wait. Hope you guys don't mind a newbie...:(
     
  5. Dave Markowitz

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    Looks like I got clearance from SWMBO. :D

    Lesse, what to bring?

    Ruger 10/22
    S&W Model 18
    Saiga AK-103
    G3

    Hmmmm....
     
  6. clubsoda22

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    I've decided what to bring:

    -Ruger MkII Gov.
    -Taurus PT92 AFS
    -HK USP .40 "Tactical"
    -Bersa Thunder

    Maybe's
    -Winchester M1300 Defender (Need to pattern some buckshot)
    -Arsenal SAM-7 or SLR-101SB (Depending on if i find one for a reasonable price this weekend)
     
  7. SodiumBenzoate

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    Wish I could go, but it is not to be.
     
  8. RepublicanMan

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    Only slugs are allowed on the rifle and pistol ranges......there's another field set up for clays and there's a 17 station course as well, the course has an extra fee attached to it.

    If you're caught firing anything other than slugs on the rifle and pistol ranges you'll be asked to leave....just an FYI.
     
  9. clubsoda22

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    Never mind then.
     
  10. SodaPop

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    Isn't there a pattern board there?
     
  11. RepublicanMan

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    They might have one on the skeet field but I haven't seen one on the rifle or pistol ranges.
     
  12. RAY WOODROW 3RD

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    Distance from N J.........................

    We are not the furthest away SodaPop. From my location in N.J., Mapquest states that we are:

    Total Est. Time: 1 hour, 19 minutes Total Est. Distance: 62.30 miles.

    It takes us about an hour. I will bring my Mosin 91/30, my SKS, Some .22 rifles and my pistols. I just picked up a saiga 12 if anybody wants me to bring it along for a look see.
     
  13. SodaPop

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    Ray??? I know you live in the People Republic of New Jersey, but what's with all the commie guns? You don't have a Makarov yet?



    There is a pattern board near the beginning of the shotgun course. I know you need to bring paper. I still don't know if you can shoot buckshot on it, Clubsoda22. I'll try to look into it.
     
  14. P95Carry

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    Sure would like to see that Ray ... do bring it along.

    1 Hour 19mins? .. sheesh ... that's walkin distance!!!:D :D
     
  15. RAY WOODROW 3RD

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    Soda.........it's real easy................

    commie = CHEAP!

    Do you forget that I have four rug rats and a wife to provide for?

    No marakov yet. I have 2 pistol permits waiting in my safe for some lucky handgun to come home to papa.
     
  16. RAY WOODROW 3RD

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    I will bring it just for you my friend.

    The Saiga 12 is an awsome piece of machinery.
    P95Carry, Bring some shotgun ammo and you can shoot away with it my brother!
     
  17. SodaPop

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    Pistol permits?

    You mean permission for two more pistols or a CCW permit?
     
  18. RAY WOODROW 3RD

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    Permit = handgun purchase

    not CCW.

    I have two permits that will allow me to purchase one pistol per permit. It's the way we do it in the people's republic of Lautenburg/Corzine
     
  19. SodaPop

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    I wouldn't know those things.:uhoh:


    I actually would like to check out that Saiga.

    My 7.62x39 Saiga is the one and only gun I wish I never sold.
     
  20. RAY WOODROW 3RD

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    Bring your Mini 14. You still have that, don't you?
     
  21. SodaPop

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    Which one?

    I just got done drilling out the peep site on the Standard Mini 14. I'll be bringing that.

    I think I'm going to travel light this time.

    I'm bringing:

    DSA FAL
    Standard Mini 14
    SKS
    Winchester Model 70
    British Enfield
    Marlin 1894 357mag

    I actually want Pefessr to check out my Marlin. It was a $200 buy, but it needs a little tuning. I want him to check it out to see what needs to be tweaked.
     
  22. RepublicanMan

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    $199 for NIB Saiga 7.62 X 39 or .223 Soda. :D


    I'd like to see a .308 Saiga myself.
     
  23. David Park

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    Soda, I don't see any .22s in that list. :confused:

    Or does the Mini 14 count?
     
  24. P95Carry

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    David .... I think with your and my Papoose ... plus one or two other ones ..... plus I'll throw in my Marlin 60, 22/45, Mauser Oberndorfe, Single six ... we'll ''drum up'' some .22's! :p

    I may throw in my Mini 14 too . I have a load of Russian .223 which shoots all to hell ... just plumb needs burnin' up! :D
     
  25. clubsoda22

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    haven't even bought the gun yet, but i got the optics! a LNIB Bushnell Holosight (Identical to EOtech 512) for $180. What a steal.

    Now i have to get the SAM-7 to mount on my sight. :D
     
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