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UTAH High Road Shoot report/pics

Discussion in 'Rallying Point and Range Discussions' started by 12 Volt Man, Jun 13, 2004.

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  1. CrudeGT

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    Goerge, check your PM's. no hurry just giving ya the info.
     
  2. Ben Shepherd

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    Hi guys, it's been a while. Had a blast at our gathering.

    The one thing(gun related) I came away from there with is this: The next person that tells you you can't reliably make a head shot at 300 yards with irons only on an SKS or AK-47, well you can tell them they're full of it!! There were 3 or 4 of us out there that did it until we were bored with it.

    Corriea: Holdover? What holdover? That 44 is sighted for 0 at 100 yards with that load.:D (give me a call at work, we need to hook up for lunch next week sometime for a pow-wow).

    Crude my man, I'm glad you had fun. As far as a first camping experience, you definately did it the hard way bud.

    The ka-bobs Friday night were excellent as well.


    Sorry if this reads like a telegraph guys, but here's the skinny: When I went back to work Monday morning, I walked into a hostile takeover that happened Friday at noon while I was heading for strawberry. I now have zero net access at work or home. Heck, I'm lucky I came out of it with my job intact.

    As for the net access problem, it sucks, but until the "financial fallout" portion of the takeover runs its course, I can't afford to fix it.

    Anytime there's a gathering, I want to go if I can. You can get ahold of me through Correia, or look up Butterfield Ford in Sandy, and ask for Ben in the parts dept.
     
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