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Photos of Oak Tree Gun Club in So. Cal.

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by ysr_racer, Jan 20, 2003.

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  1. ysr_racer

    ysr_racer Member

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    Greetings All,

    Here are some photos I shot this weekend at the Oak Tree Gun Club fun shoot. Oak Tree is located just north of Los Angeles. The pro shop is down in a valley, but the SC course runs along a ridge. You park down at the bottom, and ride a "mule" to the top.

    Click on the link, then Oak Tree. You can click on a picture to make it larger.

    http://photos.yahoo.com/ysr_racer
     
  2. Dave McCracken

    Dave McCracken Moderator In Memoriam

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    Thanks for posting those. Is there anyone in the pics we know from this BB or TFL?
     
  3. ysr_racer

    ysr_racer Member

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    2 of us are from Glocktalk.
     
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    No workey :(
     
  5. ysr_racer

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    I know. It was working earlier. It must be yahoo.
     
  6. Mike-SoCal

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    Link

    wsr_racer,

    Thanks for the heads up on Oaktree, (www.oaktreegunclub.com). Can you compare the quality of this shotgun park with that of Triple B in So El Monte? Thanks.

    Mike
     
  7. The White Flyer

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    Thanks for the invite. I had a great time and I'm still laughing about Mike's jokes!!! The day was great and so was the lunch. I really need to change my name from ClaybusterBrad because shooting a 55 was a crying shame. Maybe throwing my shotgun down the side of a hill might have worked! ;) It was still a lot of fun. I'd like to take you up on your offer and come down south for a day of shooting. The weather up here affects my scores too much! Thanks again and I hope to hook up with you guys again. It was a riot!!!
     
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    OK, I fixed the link. There are 5 photo albums.

    Casa Brad (my house)

    Christmas at Raahauges (Christmas fun shoot / toy drive)

    Moto pics (Motos pics)

    Oak Tree (Oak Tree Gun Club / sporting clays fun shoot)

    Stupid photos (Stupid photos people keep sending me)

    Select an album, then select slide show.

    http://photos.yahoo.com/ysr_racer
     
  9. Blackhawk

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    Can't get there with either link.

    Just as well... I'm already jealous....
     
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    This is starting to "tick" me off. It's the same thing as yesterday. The link works in the morning, then dies. I've emailed Yahoo again, so we'll see.
     
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    As I understand it, Yahoo allows a certain megabytes download per day for each user. You just maxed out.

    Yahoo is not the best way to show people your photos.
     
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    >>Yahoo is not the best way to show people your photos.

    Thanks for the info. Can you suggest another site?
     
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    One of the free website service would be a good place, like tripod or geocities...I'm sure there are others.
     
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    Wow! looks like a great course. Just became one of my to do courses.

    What's the difficulty level?
     
  16. BerettaNut92

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    Are there steel plates for rifles, too?
     
  17. Mike-SoCal

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    Skunkabilly,

    Just spoke with Oak Tree about what handgun calibers are allowed at the pistol range. Their answer: No Magnums or Hollow Points and no Blazer or Wolfe ammo. The former is banned because it destroys the steel targets; The latter because the range reloads their brass and doesn't want any steel or aluminum casings getting mixed in with the rest.

    By extension, I would assume that most rifle ammo would be too destructive on their single range.

    Mike
     
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    The rifle range is on the way. from what I've heard, it needs to get a few permits or insurance. The sporting clays course is nice with wonderful views.
     
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    OK, here's the new link. This one works, I swear.

    http://www.villagephotos.com/pubgallery.asp?id_=89722

    As for the difficulty, it's a medium to hard course. A master class shooter shot a 90 last week. Most scores for good shooters are in the 70 to 80 range.

    Here's the link to Oak Tree

    http://www.oaktreegunclub.com

    I like it better than Triple B. TB is a flat course with lots of tree, OT has HUGE elevation changes and beautiful views. Either one is fun.
     
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