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sqroot3
05-19-2009, 4:42 PM
Hello,

where do you y'all shoot your surplus 7.62x54r ammo in san diego? american shooting center has a no-steel policy, and so much of the surplus stuff has a steel case and/or a steel bullet.

thanks

SDgarrick
05-19-2009, 6:49 PM
In the desert on BLM land or at SouthBay Gun and Rod.

SDgarrick
05-19-2009, 6:52 PM
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RobT2K
05-19-2009, 7:31 PM
Project 2000 doesn't restrict ammo either.

Richie Caketown
05-19-2009, 7:55 PM
project 2k is in el cajon right?

Crazed_SS
05-19-2009, 8:07 PM
Project 2000 in El Cajon is the answer..

sqroot3
05-20-2009, 9:18 AM
good info, thanks...

easyeye
06-03-2009, 11:11 AM
Project 2000 doesn't restrict ammo either.

are you sure? like they didn't have magnetic check at all?
that's some good news if it is true.

cjskalka
06-03-2009, 1:40 PM
I just got back from my first trip to project 2000 and was surprised they mentioned nothing about steel ammo and didn't ask what I was shooting or what ammo I was using. They have buckets filled with shell casings on the actual range that I peered into and there was plenty of wolf cases in there. Overall I'd say its a great place to shoot, only one other person in the 100 yard range when I was there. Plan on bringing a spotting scope though if you plan on shooting at 100 yards. I thought 9x magnification would be enough but it wasn't.

easyeye
06-03-2009, 2:04 PM
I just got back from my first trip to project 2000 and was surprised they mentioned nothing about steel ammo and didn't ask what I was shooting or what ammo I was using. They have buckets filled with shell casings on the actual range that I peered into and there was plenty of wolf cases in there. Overall I'd say its a great place to shoot, only one other person in the 100 yard range when I was there. Plan on bringing a spotting scope though if you plan on shooting at 100 yards. I thought 9x magnification would be enough but it wasn't.

Thank you very much for this info, I almost reject the UPS delivery of a can of Romanian surplus until I read this!