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Old 10-20-2012, 4:29 AM
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Default Sac C3 Monthly Shoot (Nov/Dec); December 8th - DONE

Saturday 12/08 at Sacramento Valley Shooting Center – Rifle Ranges @ 10:00 a.m. (Range closes at 6 p.m).

Please wear your Calguns gear, we are here to represent!

Check this place out - lots for the public to do and even more if you are a member! http://sacvalley.org/images/range_map_large.jpg

WHAT: The shoot will follow the informal order of "Meet, Shoot, Eat". The "eat" portion this event will have to be snacks that you bring to keep your tummy calm until you get a real meal in you. I will be here all day trying to get as much range time in as possible.

We’ll have some handouts, some stickers and other goodies for sale.

HOW MUCH: Rifle and Pistol range fees, all day, $ 3 for members, $14 for non-members

WHERE: Please, sign in with the C3s first. We’ll be at the picnic tables between the office and the pond. This is where you will check in and receive a name tag so we can all identify each other and put a face to the screen name.

Once you’ve checked in with us, for handguns or for rifles, go to the Range Office and sign in. Fees are for the full day, you’ll be given a wristband. There are no reservations. There is usually good availability at 9 am sharp.

When you get on the range, look for the CalGuns Banner or one of the C3s in the bright orange hats and Calguns shirt. We will try making ourselves as visible as possible. If you see a Calguns logo stop an say hi, we all seem to be friendly people!

WHAT IF IT RAINS? : Generally, rain or shine. But subscribe to this thread and check it before you load your guns and go.

Sacramento Valley Shooting Center http://www.sacvalley.org/
15501 Meiss Road,
Sloughhouse, CA 95683 Phone; 916-354-96683
NOTE: The Center is located approximately 15 miles Southeast of the city of Sacramento. Do not use car based GPS or Internet/electronic maps for directions to the range as they often have you entering from Dillard Road. Meiss from Dillard is an unpaved, nearly impassible rock road. Use Ione Road to approach Meiss Road.

Competition
No formal competitions this time, just fun. Tell us what kind of competitions you’d like and we’ll try to make it happen in future.

Guns Allowed At range:
Handguns - common handgun calibers up to 50 yards!
Rifles - up to 300 yards for the public!
Shotguns – HD shotguns are allowed in the area in front of the Range Office. Coordinate with the staff and they will give you an older target stand to destroy. (Trap/Skeet/Clays are not at this range.)

Safety: There are cease fires every 15 minutes. Eye and hearing protection are mandatory for anyone on the range. Please be aware that all firearms on the public range MUST use an empty chamber indicator during cease fire periods. Bring your own or buy one at the office for a nominal fee.

Reminder: - When you're there, your actions represent the entire Calguns community. We should always take responsibility for our actions, and treat their facility with the utmost respect.

Hope to see you there!
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Old 10-20-2012, 7:01 AM
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What do you guys want to do? Outdoors? Private Range,Sac Valley?
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Im always down for outdoors, but we dont know what the weather will be like.
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Old 10-21-2012, 1:38 PM
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People are asking for a shoot in Lincoln, not sure if the Lincoln Rifle Club or Coon Creek is better. I haven't been there but I'm good with going to the Lincoln area.

Anything with covered shooting will work for me.
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I think you will find that many will be traveling home from visiting family that weekend. December 1st weekend may be more attended. Just an observation. Carry on!!!
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Savannah makes a good point. The weekend preceding Thanksgiving won't be much better.

Do the weekend of Dec 1 for November and the weekend of Dec 29 for Dec? Or maybe New Year's Day, if anything is open?
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Ooooooooh. New Years blow things up!!!!!!!!!!
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Yeah, the original date might be cutting it close to Thanksgiving for some. Any of the other dates id think would work. Id be down for the Lincoln Rifle Club. Coon Creek is a Trap/Skeet/Sporting Clays range that I frequent often. If thats what people want to do, its a good place, I know the owner.
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I am a member at Dillman Range (aka Lincoln Rifle Range). I would also be down for Coon Creek in Lincoln.
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Default THE NOVEMBER MONTHLY SHOOT - IT'S DECEMBER 1

THE "NOVEMBER" MONTHLY SHOOT WILL BE ON SATURDAY DECEMBER 1, to accomodate people's Thanksgiving holiday travel situation.
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THE "NOVEMBER" MONTHLY SHOOT WILL BE ON SATURDAY DECEMBER 1, to accomodate people's Thanksgiving holiday travel situation.
I won't be able to make it. I have another commitment that day.
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Hadn't heard of Coon Creek, so I looked it up. It appears to only for trap and skeet .. is that correct? That might eliminate a lot of people if it is.

I'll vote for Lincoln .. always nice to visit a new range.
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Old 10-27-2012, 3:28 PM
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We are considering shooting on December 1 in Lincoln. Those who will attend, please post here so we know if we will have people enough to do it.

We'd like to do some combination of handguns, rimfire, rifles and shotguns, so when you post, let us know what you'd like to do, so we can pick the appropriate range.

If anyone in that area would like to help set it up, let us know who you are.
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Have you guys considered the Yolo Sportsman's Association? Its not too far of a drive from Sacramento and its one of the better outdoor ranges I have been to.
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I would be ok with Yolo or Lincoln.
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Never been out to either the Lincoln Rifle Range or the Yolo one so im down for either. Unless ive got work, count me in this time!
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Edit...
The date looks up in the air for now, we are thinking of combining November & December shoots and doing things in the middle of December. We will need to verify the schedule at the Lincoln range as the date approaches...Stay tuned!



Also, there is much interest in doing a Lincoln monthly shoot. I would personally like to start this as a second monthly shoot in addition to the Sac Valley event but we need a few more volunteers to help out.

Everyone is busy during the holidays, so over the next few months put some thought into how much time you can donate or how you can contribute to helping get people out of the house and to the range!
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Exclamation Update - details getting nailed down.

I picked a date and a place!!

Place; Sac Valley Shooting Center

Date; December 8th

Time; 10:00AM until close.


I'm going with Sac Valley Shooting Center because it is easier to show up and have available spots to shoot.

Stay tuned for a PM with more details in the next week or two.

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I will work on getting something going on the other side of Sacramento after the end of the world next month. If we are all hear next year I can promise you we will eventually get a Lincoln shoot going.

There is also much interest in The Gun Range off of Watt & HWY 80, looks like we have one or two things starting there. Stop by this thread and give some info if you are interested in a shooting league. We need some good ideas to get this thing started off right!! http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=643531
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I'm going with Sac Valley Shooting Center because it is easier to show up and have available spots to shoot.

Stay tuned for a PM with more details in the next week or two.

Personally, I think this is a good choice. Again, just my $.02.
The couple of times I've been to the Lincoln range, I've NOT been impressed. They say they welcome the public, but if a club member is present, or shows up, they have 1st priority for ANY lane. Plus, the place is small, and the RSO's.....well...I'll stop here.
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Tentative. Are they LTC friendly?

ETA: I'm good with Sac Valley. I thought we were looking at the range in Lincoln.
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Tentative. Are they LTC friendly?
Sac Valley is a cold range. No carry.
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Sac Valley is a cold range. No carry.
You are allowed to carry concealed, with LTC, at Sac Valley.

You have to contact a RSO and have them escort you to your shooting spot and upholster under their direction. No holster work is allowed, except in the action bays.

I had to ask Larry, the general manager, about this as I had received conflicting information from some of the range staff.
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December 8th at Sac Valley sounds like a good choice to me
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Hi -- can someone help me understand what happens at events like this?
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Hi -- can someone help me understand what happens at events like this?
We all get together and shoot guns . It is a low pressure, easy going way to meet fellow CG'rs in your local area. At Sac Valley, they have a pistol range, rifle range and rifle range in close proximity to each other. That makes it handy for people to shoot different firearms and still stay fairly close together.
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I'll ask for it off when I go back in on Wednesday! I'll try and get some other people there as well.
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For those who haven't been to a Calguns Monthly Shoot before, it's a relaxed get together, meet / greet / shoot / eat kind of thing.

We need you to sign in with the C3's first. Look for the blue and white Calguns banner at the picnic tables across the parking lot from the main range office.

We need you to sign in so we know you're there and can help you find the other Calgunners. We'll give you a name tag so the others can find you too. The sign-in area is where the goodies are. People gather there off and on during the day to talk guns, buy CGN stuff and just hang out.

Once you've signed in, you'll still go to the Range Office to sign in with them and pay your range fees. Then you go to the range of your choice and look for the Orange CGN hats the C3's wear. We'll help you find the Calgunners out there.

The rule is "if you see a bunch of Calgunners, walk up and talk to them". People do come with friends, but walk up and introduce yourself anyway. We don't do cliques.

If you have a Calguns shirt or hat, please wear it so we can find you easily.

We usually go rain or shine, but check the Monthly Shoot Announcement http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=633969 for possible cancellations before you load your guns into the car and take off.
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Oh nice, I had set up an outing with some friends for same day and location, so that works. Just planning to be out there at noon though.
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On Facebook, there is a Hunting, Fishing and Recreation page for where I live. I thought about posting this as an event on there and see if anyone (perhaps, and likely, not a current CG'er) was interested in coming out. It would at minimum expose someone new to CGN and possibly get them to sign up. Anyways, just thought about it. I wanted to ask here before I posted this elsewhere.
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The more the merrier, we are here to spread the good word of Calguns!!



UPDATE - Still trying to get around to the mass PM. Thank you Bonnie for the post above, lots of good information!!
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We need some spare hands on Dec 8 if we're going to cover all the ranges at Sac Valley. Who can be a "C3-for-a-day" ?

One time only duties are:
  • wear your CGN T shirt or hat (or we'll get you one)
  • arrive at 9:30-10am, identify yourself to other C3's and say what range your're shooting on
  • go to your range and nail down your shooting space (it gets busy after 10)
  • cruise the range you're going to shoot on, looking for lost CGN'ers,
  • do a little PR for Calguns while patrolling
  • introduce them to the other CGN'3ers and encourage them to shoot together. That's from 10 am to maybe 11:30.
Then once the group is assembled, do your own shooting

That's it. Surely someone can do it for one day, on Dec 8.
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If I am for sure off that day (I'll get that schedule next Friday), I'll be a "C3 For A Day!"
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@Bonnie or Tim - do you guys have CGN t-shirts that are NOT zombie shirts? Just the logo? I'd like to get one.
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Hi, Stacy. Yes almost all of the shirts we have are non-zombie and they'll be available at the Dec 8 shoot. Come on out and choose one.
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Thanks to Can'thavenuthingood and the wonderful people at Calguns we have a descent selection of apparel for this shoot. There was a nice little package waiting for me when I got home tonight and I still need to see what's behind the thin layer of tape and cardboard. We also have a few ammo can stickers and some large window clings, no patches or key chains yet.

I need to review my PMs and confirm a few things but it looks like we have a few volunteers willing to give a helping hand. Looks like we might have a BBQ with hotdogs and chili in the works.

If anyone else wants to lend a hand let us know, there are plenty of things to do ranging from carrying a box of shirts to organizing a BBQ and so many things in between. We are thinking of having a get together Tuesday, December 4th. If you want to come and be part of the planning, please, let us know and we will get you some more information.
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Sorry guys, won't be able to make 12/8. I've got work
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Sorry, I won't be able to make it. It's our annual birthday party for my wife/ ugly Christmas sweater party.
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I'm expecting to have the day off, and still want to volunteer to help that day, as well as try and make it to the meeting next Tuesday night.
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