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Old 04-12-2009, 8:37 PM
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Next time I remember to bring my hat. I'm feeling a little crispy today.
I brought sunscreen, but I guess only a couple people ended up using it, myself included. I'm fine

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#37 - Oh yeah... Tannerite + what you see. By the way - that IS a hot dog holding the donuts together.


#38 - Instant mayhem


#39 - Inspecting the scene


#40 - Two Remington 700 5R's


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I used some sunscreen, but not enough as I'm a little toasted.
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Ok guys, I've numbered my pics so that you can say "Oh yeah, in Turby's pic # xyz, blah blah and blah." I saw pic #'s as a requirement on another forum, and thought I should bring that practice here, at least informally, for posts with a lot of pictures. Better than quoting said picture millions of times.

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Turby, great shot of the tannerite donuts, I was afraid no one caught it
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Turby, great shot of the tannerite donuts, I was afraid no one caught it
Yea no kidding.. I didn't see all of the donut mess in the air at the time.
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Turby, great shot of the tannerite donuts, I was afraid no one caught it
I have this problem where I end up shooting more pictures with the camera, than I do shooting targets with my guns. I can't pass up an opportunity to document an event - a personal passion of mine, I guess.

Good news - the BLM rangers will pick up the trash today. I've asked them to let me know if the stuff managed to stay in one pile or not. I'll let you guys know if there were any problems with our cleanup pileup method.

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I have this problem where I end up shooting more pictures with the camera, than I do shooting targets with my guns.
You just need one of these: http://www.boingboing.net/2007/10/31...ing-gun-c.html
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That'll work well for those group shots

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I have this problem where I end up shooting more pictures with the camera, than I do shooting targets with my guns. I can't pass up an opportunity to document an event - a personal passion of mine, I guess.

Good news - the BLM rangers will pick up the trash today. I've asked them to let me know if the stuff managed to stay in one pile or not. I'll let you guys know if there were any problems with our cleanup pileup method.

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It was still in tact when I left about an hour after you did
I stopped and spoke with the guys that were shooting and made sure they knew they needed to clean up after themselves
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It was still in tact when I left about an hour after you did
I stopped and spoke with the guys that were shooting and made sure they knew they needed to clean up after themselves
Thanks for doing that with the trash - and were the guys shooting there Calgunners too? I saw them on the way out but I didn't stop to approach them.

Thanks also for approaching those other yahoo's who strayed off the road to shoot. Helps that we police the area ourselves to ensure that we all can continue to enjoy this public land.

Process more of your pics?

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That'll work well for those group shots

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Thanks for doing that with the trash - and were the guys shooting there Calgunners too? I saw them on the way out but I didn't stop to approach them.

Thanks also for approaching those other yahoo's who strayed off the road to shoot. Helps that we police the area ourselves to ensure that we all can continue to enjoy this public land.

Process more of your pics?

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They were not calgunners and seemed to have no idea when I told them that they needed to clean up the brass from there shooting

I haven't had a chance yet to sort through more of the pics but will tonight
I probably only have a half a dozen more of any worth
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They were not calgunners and seemed to have no idea when I told them that they needed to clean up the brass from there shooting
UGH! It's exactly people like that who screw it up for all of us! Let's toss THEM into the canyon..

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UGH! It's exactly people like that who screw it up for all of us! Let's toss THEM into the canyon..

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Did you happen to see the TV set they had between their upright targets? Hope they cleaned that up.
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My brother in law is kicking himself about turning down my offer to go. He was going to go house hunting and his realitor took the weekend off due to Easter. Wait till he see's all the pics we have posted.......
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Unscrew the lid. There is a foil seal there.
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UGH! It's exactly people like that who screw it up for all of us! Let's toss THEM into the canyon..
Bah.. we'll just have to clean them up later too.

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Did you happen to see the TV set they had between their upright targets? Hope they cleaned that up.
I didn't see the TV set but as we all know, that kind of stuff is a definite no-go.

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Bah.. we'll just have to clean them up later too.
Assuming they stumble on their own down the hill and can't make it back up - biodegradeable..

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They were not calgunners and seemed to have no idea when I told them that they needed to clean up the brass from there shooting

I haven't had a chance yet to sort through more of the pics but will tonight
I probably only have a half a dozen more of any worth
Hopefully you explained that the pile of garbage sitting there was what we cleaned up and had made special arrangements with the rangers to leave it there. That cleaning up their brass and garbage, means hauling it out and not leaving it at the top of the little plateau.

Good on you for stopping by and telling them. We stopped there on the way out to dump the garbage we had but for some reason I didn't even think to let them know.

I'm gonna have to bring longer glass next time so I can get in close for those Mr. T shots.
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I'm gonna have to bring longer glass next time so I can get in close for those Mr. T shots.
You guys had a nice little setup going with that covered chair and the table that looked like it was straight out of the SHOT Show. I'll have to spend more time down on your end next time socializing.

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You guys had a nice little setup going with that covered chair and the table that looked like it was straight out of the SHOT Show. I'll have to spend more time down on your end next time socializing.

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Got to find that chair in camo, now that would be totally off the hook. Yeah Turby you're more then welcomed down on our end..... Or maybe next time we should spend more time at your end.
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looks like i missed out on some serious fun!
we bailed out in our motorhome for 4 days instead...
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Very nice!! I think Ill have to goto one of these shoots next time for range more than 100 yrds!
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Very nice!! I think Ill have to goto one of these shoots next time for range more than 100 yrds!
Yeah, it was awesome. Broncobob brought along his laser rangefinder, you could easily go beyond 100 yards where we set up - I think it was over 200 yards to the opposite hill.

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Yeah, it was awesome. Broncobob brought along his laser rangefinder, you could easily go beyond 100 yards where we set up - I think it was over 200 yards to the opposite hill.

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The steel targets I set up were about 280yds out . You could go about another 100yds out but gotta bring bigger targets for that . the 8" steel was looking small at that range even with a 10-40 scope .
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Any word on when it will be closed for fire season? Is shooting allowed during fire season?
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Any word on when it will be closed for fire season? Is shooting allowed during fire season?
The gate typically closes on or around April 15th or 16th. The only shooting spot available at that point is the first spot, or the "canyon" as I like to call it. This is the area that typically gets trashed the most, as people drive to Panoche but are too lazy to go further inside or arrive when the gate is locked, and therefore have to use this spot instead.

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The steel targets I set up were about 280yds out . You could go about another 100yds out but gotta bring bigger targets for that . the 8" steel was looking small at that range even with a 10-40 scope.
So how'd you do at 280 yards?

Update for everyone - the BLM rangers picked up most of the trash today. It was still piled up neatly. They'll go back for the rest tomorrow.

They also have a sign-in sheet they want us to fill out to show how many people participated - this also helps show the BLM that there is public interest in taking care of our lands. Once I get the form, I'll have to coordinate getting info from everyone to fill it out. I've filled these out before, and no black helicopters have landed in my yard.. yet.

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So how'd you do at 280 yards?

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needless to say i need a more accurate rifle 3 hits out of about 20 with the 30-06 . 1 lucky hit with a 22 buckmart pistol. broncobob's friend got 2 hits with iron sights
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needless to say i need a more accurate rifle 3 hits out of about 20 with the 30-06 . 1 lucky hit with a 22 buckmart pistol. broncobob's friend got 2 hits with iron sights
Yeah, shooting against Mike isn't much fun at times. He is very good about giving tips and helping with getting on target. Really nice to have a friend that is willing to share their knowledge. I find it a real challenge and enjoyable when we go shooting.
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needless to say i need a more accurate rifle 3 hits out of about 20 with the 30-06 . 1 lucky hit with a 22 buckmart pistol. broncobob's friend got 2 hits with iron sights
I didn't pay attention - how is your 30-06 configured? Optics / barrel setup / stock / etc?

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set up is a stock savage 111 . scope is a XD optics with "Y" rectical
( yea it's china made but holds its zero )set up for 300yds. winchester bipod . It's nothing specail but it goes boom everytime .

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( yea it's china made but holds its zero )set up for 300yds. winchester bipod . It's nothing specail but it goes boom everytime .
Wow, the scope is mounted pretty high off the stock comb. Do you use a cheek rest? Or what do you do about that - nothing? Looks like you're using "high" rings

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Wow, the scope is mounted pretty high off the stock comb. Do you use a cheek rest? Or what do you do about that - nothing? Looks like you're using "high" rings

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I do nothing it actually lines up good with my big head . plus low rings won't work scope is 50mm it'll hit the barrel . thought about getting a different stock but haven't found anything i liked yet thats within my price range . also thought about a cheek riser probably just get a slip on style for now.
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You guys had a nice little setup going with that covered chair and the table that looked like it was straight out of the SHOT Show. I'll have to spend more time down on your end next time socializing.

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Hehe....that was our "light" setup since I knew we wouldn't be shooting all day. Next time, I'm sure we'll have more time to socialize and talk more about shooting...guns and cameras.
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Finally made it back online. I got a few movies of the shoot, but only library access at the moment. So I can't upload.
Had a great time and I'm glad everyone else did too. looking forward to the next CG shoot. BTW, We need another ammo can to blow up.....
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Finally made it back online. I got a few movies of the shoot, but only library access at the moment. So I can't upload.
Had a great time and I'm glad everyone else did too. looking forward to the next CG shoot. BTW, We need another ammo can to blow up.....
I'm thinking of going back out to Panoche on the 27th of this month. I have some more tannerite and some new ammo I want to try out.

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Suggest we possibly skip the ammo can thing next time. Frankly, that thing looked a bit dangerous. I won't stop you though, it's up to you.

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Garden gnomes...

I found some relatively inexpensive molds on eBay, and with a little plaster and some water colors it be easy to make an amusing tannerite shooting gallery.

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Suggest we possibly skip the ammo can thing next time. Frankly, that thing looked a bit dangerous. I won't stop you though, it's up to you.

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Keep it way out (100+yards) it'll be safe. Mr. Smiley (.30 cal ammo can with 8 lbs of Mr T) was at least 100 yards away and was down hill with a berm between us.
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"Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, almighty God! I know not what course others may take; but as for me, Give Me Liberty, Or Give Me Death!"
Patrick Henry.
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