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Old 09-14-2007, 8:59 AM
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Default Next meet & shoot planning...

The last shoot/ clinic was awesome...Thanks again to Pete and Timberwolf for an awesome time.

Its now time to start planning the next shoot. So what do you guys want to do? Anyone have any good ideas?

When do you guys want to do it? I think it would be cool for the club to either go down to that palma range out by jicko (he is going to ask them about getting the club in there for a shoot), maybe a desert shoot, or maybe we could all show up to one of timberwolfs matches at a place to shoot....

I can't wait to start using everything timberolf taught me...
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Old 09-14-2007, 9:08 AM
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Well I'll put it the same vote I do everytime.. desert shoot!

As for the monthly match at APS.. we should all just go to that but still have a regular meet.

The Palma range is the one that has all the rquirements, right? NRA membership.. can only shoot on certain weekdays.. requires annual membership AND a daily range fee.. shooting on weekends requires you to shoot at a match first which then has more requirements and fees?
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Old 09-14-2007, 9:30 AM
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yeah palma is all weird but jicko said he would talk to them about our club and hopefully bypass all that bs
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I like the desert idea. I'm close!
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i never shot desert before. i just got my desert gear yesterday, so i'm ready!
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the problem with the desert idea is which desert? I prefer somewhere over by victorville...
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i never shot desert before. i just got my desert gear yesterday, so i'm ready!
What's desert gear? Let's go!
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camo pants, boots, and a bag to hold my ammo, rangefinder, and water in.

army surplus stuff.
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camo pants, boots, and a bag to hold my ammo, rangefinder, and water in.

army surplus stuff.
Unless you a big fat guy like me that is the best way to get some of this stuff for cheap.
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Old 09-14-2007, 12:40 PM
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I was thinking of getting some SCPRC stickers made up and wanted to know if anyone knew where to go to get them done?

we also need to figure out what logo we are going to use if we even want to use one.

I'm planning on making these and selling them at cost....

anyone want to try and design something?
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I was thinking of getting some SCPRC stickers made up and wanted to know if anyone knew where to go to get them done?

we also need to figure out what logo we are going to use if we even want to use one.

I'm planning on making these and selling them at cost....

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mildot reticle in a circle with SCPRC above it and Calguns below it.
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nate actually already has an awesome logo made up....I wonder if he still has it...
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Couple of us are planning a desert camp out/shooting party in Bakersfield in October..
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Couple of us are planning a desert camp out/shooting party in Bakersfield in October..
Bakersfield!? Come up the hill a little ways. Its cooler. Tehachapi is where its at! I'll show you guys some awesome long range spots.
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Tehachapi is almost twice the distance . Can we camp and shoot out there? I like to camp so I plan on ding it a couple times this summer so I am down for both!
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Tehachapi is almost twice the distance . Can we camp and shoot out there? I like to camp so I plan on ding it a couple times this summer so I am down for both!

Its only 40 miles from Bakersfield. And yes, there are PLENTY of places to camp and shoot. Lots of BLM land everywhere.
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Its only 40 miles from Bakersfield. And yes, there are PLENTY of places to camp and shoot. Lots of BLM land everywhere.
That place is 140 miles from my house each way.....
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I would love to do another camp/shoot. Especially if we can talk Jicko in coming again and making steak.

Also I believe I still have all the logos.
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If we are going to camp out and shoot again then Im down and will drive up.....that was so much fun
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Lets do it after the 6th of October. I've got that class Oct 1st-5th, and any handouts, info, notes, etc. I can give you guys copies. This is what we're doing:

Level II Precision Rifle Class
5-day class


Day 1

8:00am Introduction, safety brief, equipment overview
9:00am Range card class
9:30am Data book and shooting log
10:00am Ballistics
10:30am Effects of weather/reading the wind and formulas
11:00am Shooting positions
11:00am Mechanical supports and building a shooting position
12:00noon lunch
1:00pm Range Pit procedures and safety
1:15pm 100-yard cold bore shots, shooting for group size
2:00pm 200-yard zero and shoot for group size
3:00pm 300-yard zero stationary target
4:00pm 400-yard zero stationary target
5:00pm Weapons maintenance

Day 2

8:00am Observation drill and range estimation class using mil dots
9:00am 100-yard cold bore
10:00am 500-yard stationary target
11:00am 600-yard stationary target
12:00 lunch
1:00pm 700-yard stationary target
2:00pm 8:00-yard stationary target
3:00pm 9:00-yard stationary target
4:00pm Introduction to stalk and hide building
5:00pm Dinner
6:00pm urban stalk
9:00pm weapons maintenance

DAY 3

8:00am sectorization class
8:30am engaging moving targets, movers, stop & go class
9:30am sectorization drill
10:30am observation drill
11:30am Kims games
12:00noon lunch
1:00pm 100-yard cold bore t-zone target
100-yard movers
2:00pm 200-yard cold bore t-zone target
200-yard movers
3:00pm 300-yard stationary
300-yard mover
4:00pm 400-yard stationary
400-yard movers
5:00pm 500-yard stationary
500-yard movers
6:00pm weapons maintenance
7:00pm dinner
8:00pm low light shooting
10:00pm close


DAY 4

8:00am practical out of position shooting and field support 100/200 yards
9:00am 600-yard stationary
600-yard movers
10:00am 700-yard stationary
700-yard stop and go
11:00am 800-yard stationary
800-yard bobbers
12:00noon lunch
1:00pm 900-yard stationary
2:00pm 1000-yard stationary
3:00pm pre-qualification course
5:00pm weapons maintenance

DAY 5

8:00am range estimation drill
8:30am range estimation practical UKD shooting
10:30am synchronized shooting
11:00am observation game
12:00am lunch
1:00pm qualification course.
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Wish I could get off to attend that - it sounds like a great class.

As to the next place to meet . . . well I can selfishly say everyone needs to converge at my match on 09/29 - it'll be the last night match of the year. I'm also up for a desert trip somewhere in between Mojave and and the junction down at the 395. Or y'all can come shoot at APS - I'll put out some additional (smaller) steel and some poppers up on the hill and maybe speak with the powers to be about getting a "club" discount for everyone.

Whatever we decide though I'll need a couple weeks notice, especially if its non-APS related so that I can make sure and get covered so I can get the day off. Now through Christmas is our busy time.

As to a club emblem I had toyed with a mild dot with So Cal Prec Rifle Club on top and One Shot One Hit below it for the books I'm trying to arrange a goup buy on.

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i say desert trip i know a place just outside of barstow copper mine road i belive it is. good plave to shoot and hunt
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As to a club emblem I had toyed with a mild dot with So Cal Prec Rifle Club on top and One Shot One Hit below it for the books I'm trying to arrange a goup buy on.
Rough one but here you go..
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Copper city rd in Barstow, it's about 1-2 hours from most of la/oc. Theres a couple good spots with plenty of room for tents, and you can shoot out to 500 yards. I'm going out there this weekend, so I can scout out the best possible area for a safe and fun group shoot if anyone's interested.
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500 yards? We were spoiled by Pete's ranch. I dought we could do less then 800 and be happy.
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Sure you could go further, possibly much further but, you will have to walk through a lot of brush and maybe a couple hills, which might be kind of strenuous for you old farts. JK

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We can do 500 yards at ASR - I need distance, the long distant sound of steel clanging on a distant hill, the faint aroma of coyote crap . . .
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Sure you could go further, possibly much further but, you will have to walk through a lot of brush and maybe a couple hills, which might be kind of strenuous for you old farts. JK
Couldn't drive there?
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so what's been going on? i've been a busy bee at work lately. gotta make that money.

a new shoot going on?
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How about something like this for inspiration:
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what about a varmint or coyote hunt for the next shoot? that would really work out the mildot ranging skills!
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what about a varmint or coyote hunt for the next shoot? that would really work out the mildot ranging skills!
You'll need to have a "hunter safety class day" first and get licensed up!
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You'll need to have a "hunter safety class day" first and get licensed up!
I already have my license.
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I already have my license.
Then you're ready to go. I have a call I'll bring.

Last weekend I called in a bobcat to within about 15 yards. Didn't shoot him, just watched him walk around inquisitively. He ended up trotting off after he probably winded me.

If you guys are interested, I know a place to setup for coyotes thats about 10 miles from Petes place, on some BLM land. There are plenty of camping spots and shooting is just fine for miles around.
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Uh oh - guess I'd better see if I can find one of my old licenses (haven't had one in about 2 - 3 years) so I can get one. Wonder what a 175SMK will do to a song dog.
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Uh oh - guess I'd better see if I can find one of my old licenses (haven't had one in about 2 - 3 years) so I can get one. Wonder what a 175SMK will do to a song dog.
Probably the same thing a 155 Scenar does...BANG...flop...DRT.
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Now what do I need to do to get licensed?
take hunting and safety classes like at Turner's
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I am in for desert shoot if no coyote hunting. Killing animals for pleasure is disgusting
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I'm down to kill for pleasure. I generally like to cut off a foot or tail and make something out of it though I'm licesed and ready to go!

Hey Ryan.. whens the next time you're going? Maybe Peter and I will roll up.. it'll be worth the 200 mi round trip ride!
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