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Old 11-12-2019, 10:32 AM
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Old 11-12-2019, 10:37 AM
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Moon rise


There was a bright almost-full moon on Saturday night.
It made it much easier when walking (stumbling) through the rocks at night.
Hmmmm!! That flag pole looks familiar??

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Old 11-12-2019, 10:44 AM
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This is the Winner of the Palmetto State Armory AR 5.56 Carbine kit donated by GunsR4us for this event.
His name is Robbie and I forgot his Dads name as well as the last name. (help me Nick)
Turns out he is Nubruns neighbor so he'll have some solid guidance with the assembly process.
Nubrun told me that Alan Thordsen of Thordsen Customs fame gave him a stock to top off the build. Thank you Alan.






Robbies Dad was telling me that when his ticket number was called all Robbie could do was stand there and shake. He does not display much in the way of excitement but winning this dropped that facade. Look at that smile, he never stopped the whole time taking pictures.
I did dress him up in a Zombie Shooters shirt and the ball cap he was wearing had to go in favor of a genuine Calguns logo cap.

Looking forward to seeing the build progress and of course the first shot with your first rifle.
Congratulations RobbieHope to see you out there with your Carbine at the next SSZS.



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Old 11-12-2019, 10:53 AM
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Our gong challenge was incredibly fun and I enjoyed meeting all the participants. There were about 30 contestants throughout the day on Saturday and five were able to hit the 3" gong, three hit it on the first try including my nephew. I didn't get a chance to embarrass them at the pig feast so I'll do it now!!

Don
Jason
Craig
Keith
Kevin

You know who you are!! Congratulations and awesome shooting!!

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Okay, finally unpacked and inventoried.

Have a few SSZS X shirts I'm going to Post up on the GunsR4.us web store.

Thought I'd Post here first for any last minute purchaser's.
These are all I have left, if a size not listed it is out of stock.

These do us no good on the shelf collecting dust, they need to be out in the public domain where they can be seen and conversations started regarding the 2nd Amendment and Calguns.net

Again, first come is first served.

All shirts $10 regardless of size

Send PM with wants and an address please;

Sand SSZS X
3- med
3 - 3xl
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Black SSZS X
2- med
7- 2xl
5 - 3xl
1- 4xl
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White, chest printed only SSZS X (This is the black artwork on white T shirt)
3 - small
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2- 3xl
2- 4xl
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Also have mens Tank Tops
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2 - 2xl

White
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Payment with Paypal or check or money order (I'll PM my address)

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Lost and Found at The "Wagon Wheel Camp" Firepit

Rigid Spade

Folding Chair

Thin work gloves
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Just wanted to say thanks to all the volunteers that worked to make this event so great. i had a great time and met some great people; cant wait to for the next event.

















150 Yards


250 Yards


The end of an awesome weekend!
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Lost an found.

Found.

I do have an earplug set ready to be shipped to the righteous owner..

My dime, just identify the item and I'll be at your door step before the end of the week.


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Re: Lost and found.

Lost.

Somehow one of our family event signs was lost and extremely noticable tire tracks were properly documented while we were heading our on Sunday from ground zeri.
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I just can't believe that someone would like to take advantage for personal satisfaction during our family evdnt!.



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The folding chair was mine.

It belongs to who ever has it now.


Or, until next year!
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The folding chair was mine.

It belongs to who ever has it now.


Or, until next year!
I'll bring it with me next time.
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The chair is in Bakersfield?
That's a long ways from my place just outside of L.A.
LOL
Maybe it will end up like that stolen yard gnome that went on a world wide vacation.
Go ahead and loan it to one of your buddies if the opportunity arises.
Let's see where it ends up next.
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I just can't believe that someone would like to take advantage for personal satisfaction during our family evdnt!.
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It Happens.. I have a nice big hole in my AR-500 Popper I had set up... People have no respect for others property..
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It Happens.. I have a nice big hole in my AR-500 Popper I had set up... People have no respect for others property..
I'm not saying I shot your target... but i'm not very accurate and it is possible that I missed mine and hit yours




also... I was shooting black and blue tips. Those are still legal, right?
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I'm not saying I shot your target... but i'm not very accurate and it is possible that I missed mine and hit yours




also... I was shooting black and blue tips. Those are still legal, right?
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BAKO: Spade shovel is mine, totally forgot about it, thanks.

It was good seeing everybody, see y'all next time.
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I would like to put together a video of the SSZS but don't really have enough pictures. If anybody has any pictures or video clips they would let me use, please send me a PM. Thank's.
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Another thing that is something special about Calguns and the SSZS. IIRC, I was given an Exile grip during 7.0 which I later used on my first lower build. This year I was able to get a Thordsen Custom stock from Alan himself. Cool beans

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Update.

Lost and found.

Found:.

Kitchen utensils, Tupperware containers, tent anchoring means, A target plate, cooking ingredients, a blanket, a pillow, two brand new set of tactical rope, one can opener.


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Guys.

We are a big family here.

Please PM and properly identify your lost items and rest assure they will be at your door steps ASAP.

My dime!.



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I’m glad everyone had a great time and wish I could have been there too. I was the Range Officer for the first three when there were only 3 of us running the line. No vests, no radios and we trusted everyone to ensure their weapons were empty before people walked to the targets. It has become much more professionally and safely run over the years and that’s a good thing

I begin PT Monday on my shoulder. Besides the arthritis, debris and bone spurs that showed up on the CT scan, something unexpected and the most serious did not. My dr. discovered during the surgery that one of the two tendons from the shoulder to the bicep was almost completely torn thru and hanging by only a bit of tissue. He released that and I now only have one functioning tendon. This explains the severe and I mean severe pain I had been experiencing. Now it's just the surgical pain and I finally was able to remove the large splint in place since the Oct. 17, surgery.

I have every intention to be there for the next one with my son (he owns the trailer after all) and a whole bunch of my grandsons. My 13yr. old granddaughter decided 5 male cousins in a trailer was too much for her so she's passing unfortunately and she took to the teaching of the retired Marine sharpshooter instructor like a shark to water. From a prone position, she hit the 200 yard gong with her first shot. She missed the first shot at 300, but she listened to his instruction and hit it with the second shot. Don't tell my grandsons but I think she is the best shot and all but one have more experience shooting than her.

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^^^^^
Totally incorrect!.

There were a whole lot of us always walking and guarding the ine while you guys were just enjoying and shooting at your pleasure.
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Sorry for the delayed message but I want to give a BIG thank you to all the RSOs for helping to keep us all safe and on the same page. It's not always a easy job with the elements beating down on you. Please anyone that would like to volunteer during our future events don't be shy. We can always use more helping hands. And don't forget donations always welcomed, the facilities and food ain't free.
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Thanks everyone had a great time. BTW the gloves are mine. Thanks to Brian5271 for the brass.
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Thanks everyone had a great time. BTW the gloves are mine. Thanks to Brian5271 for the brass.
No problem, I don't reload so it does me no good. Thanks for helping me sight in my scope.

I still have brass if anyone wants it. Some 223, some 308, and various pieces I found while cleaning up. Most of it is brass but there are a few steel cases mixed in. I am located in Torrance, let me know if anyone wants it.
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Lost and found:

One foldable chair with its sheath .

One set of canopy anchors ( brand new) still in the bag.

One box of campground cooking utensils.

One bino optic covers.


Please send me a PM and properly identify the item and you will have at your doors steps before Thankgiving day.

My dime!.



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Is the foldy chair blue? might be mine.
Nope, it wasn't blue.

Item has been hand delivered to its owner!.





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Stay tuned to this thread for our next exciting episode of "What we found after the SSZS".

At this point, there's almost enough left-behinds to camp with.
Just need a tent and sleeping bag.

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Stay tuned to this thread for our next exciting episode of "What we found after the SSZS".

At this point, there's almost enough left-behinds to camp with.
Just need a tent and sleeping bag.


I beg your pardon sir.


For natural reasons during a big group of family members personal items may or may not be misplaced during the event.

We are a big law abiding citizen family and rest assure if anything was debited from it's righteous owner , ittl be properly returned to theirs doors steps along with a tank you card.


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Packing up the remains of the zombie target was much easier after 3 of us took several magazine loads of 12 gauge slug and buck shot. I may ask for some additional help next time. If this was accomplished with 3, imagine what can happen with 6 able bodied shooters?


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This thread will be merged and archived into the master SSZS sticky.

Please elaborate for the records if you woild.





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^^^^^
Totally incorrect!.

There were a whole lot of us always walking and guarding the ine while you guys were just enjoying and shooting at your pleasure.
No Xavier, I was referring to when we actually went cold. There was Sean Casey, another member who I cannot recall () and myself. I had the electronic bull horn and a couple of those small orange airhorns. All of which I was told no one near each end could hear. Sean and the other member would each check out their side and when I received a clear from them, the members were permitted to walk to their targets. As far as you and anyone else walking the line while everyone was shooting, including the three of us, I didn't reference that at all. Also we were not told we were not to shoot, that we couldn't enjoy shooting. I was referring to what the three of us did when the line was called cold. My point is there were only three of us the first few times and in looking back, that we were lucky. There was one instance if you recall (as I was told) there was a new shooter there with a member. Thankfully they were at the end or near the end of one side. We were cold and people had begun walking to their targets. The new guy decided to shoot a gun down range. Fortunately no one was hit and the member took care of the matter quickly.

I believe that incident, the lack of radios, sufficient people and other equipment were all discussed during a debrief when the event ended. It became so much better and safer after that and that was due to yours and the efforts of others who handled range duties after us. My hats off to all of you.
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