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Once a year, we put on a series of shoots where you can come out and get an introduction to long range precision rifle shooting.
The ultimate goal of our club is to get more people involved with organized precision rifle competitions.
We hope to accomplish this goal by gathering up new precision rifle shooters and assisting/mentoring/training them until such time that they have a firm grasp of the required skills and are ready to shoot matches.

We run our new shooter introduction and our precision and positional shoots at Angeles Ranges as it's convenient for most in the Los Angeles area.
For our longrange shoot, we go to a range up in Kern County with paper targets out to 1000 yards.
The longrange shoot is a great opportunity to stretch your rifle's legs as most public ranges don't have targets past about 600yds.

We now have four Clinics:
Clinic "A" will be our "new precision rifle shooter introduction". We will teach proper position behind the gun and the scope as well as use of the scope and it's features. Then we will check and adjust zero. This is a pure fundamentals of marksmanship course which will all be shot in prone at 100yds. Course of fire "A" is be recommended for new shooters without a proper zero and is a pre-requisite to course of fire B, C and D.
Clinic "B" will be a dope gathering session out to 600yds with an emphasis on calling your shot and spotting for a partner out to 600yds from the prone position. Course of fire "B" requires that the shooter already has a solid zero and knows the fundamentals taught in course of fire "A".
Clinic "C" will be will go through the conventional unsupported positions of offhand, kneeling and seated and then some improvised supported positions such as barricades, props and side-prone. Course of fire "C" requires that the shooter has completed course of fire "A".
Clinic "D" will be longer range targets from 600 out to 1000yds, all prone. Course of fire "C" requires that the shooter already has a solid zero and has completed course of fire "A".

Tentative 2016 Clinic Dates:
Sunday, 4/17/16 Clinic "A" New Precision Rifle Shooter Introduction
Sunday, 4/24/16 Clinic "B" Midrange targets
Sunday, 5/1/16 Clinic "C" Unsupported & improvised positions
Sunday, 6/5/16 Clinic "D" Longrange Targets

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Is this restricted to bolt action only or do you allow practice with precision built AR15's?


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Ive seen more than a couple ARs at these shoots


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Sounds good, just waiting out my WOA that's suppose to come in ~1 month.

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yes ! I know where the spot is, I just need to make the drive there :)


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Randall, in the future can we make the 1000yd steel smaller? I found that being as big as it is really didn't do much to help me learn in the wind. Sure i was hitting it, but was it on the left side? The right side? Perfect windage? IDK cause that thing is HUGE!!

The 800 had the same problem only not as bad. Still probably a good .5mil of error that you have no clue if it was good and center or on the edge.

What is the typical sizes found at all distances in a good match? Is the ol' 1moa rule the standard or maybe 1.5moa?? Im talking height & width


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Randall, in the future can we make the 1000yd steel smaller? I found that being as big as it is really didn't do much to help me learn in the wind. Sure i was hitting it, but was it on the left side? The right side? Perfect windage? IDK cause that thing is HUGE!!

The 800 had the same problem only not as bad. Still probably a good .5mil of error that you have no clue if it was good and center or on the edge.

What is the typical sizes found at all distances in a good match? Is the ol' 1moa rule the standard or maybe 1.5moa?? Im talking height & width


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Randall, in the future can we make the 1000yd steel smaller? I found that being as big as it is really didn't do much to help me learn in the wind. Sure i was hitting it, but was it on the left side? The right side? Perfect windage? IDK cause that thing is HUGE!!


quit using a rear bag or go back to a 308 an see if you still feel that way.

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How big is the target at 1000 yards right now? It all depends on the wind too. I have shot at pendleton where I was able to keep pretty much everything in the 9's and 10's and score quite a few x's but the wind was 5mph or less. I went out to the desert this last friday and shot 1000 yards and the wind was super switchy and any anywhere from 5 to 15mph gusts. Shooting a .243 at 1000 is definitely not the end all be all laser cartridge everyone says it is. Past 700 yards there is a big change in how much the wind pushed it around. At 600 yards it was grouping in a 4" pattern in a light breeze consistently. Too easy really but at 1k one moment I would have to holt 1.5 MOA off the right and the next 2.0 MOA off the left and you couldnt even feel the wind change. The mirage wasnt very readable so I was getting a lot of misses. When the wind died down I put 5 rounds into a 6 inch group back to back. On other days where there is no wind, drilling a 15" plate at 1k every time is child's play.


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AR15barrels wrote:
quit using a rear bag or go back to a 308 an see if you still feel that way.


Thats why i'm choosing a .308 for my next build. I suck at reading wind and need help.

How big is a typical 1000yd plate in a match?


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How big is the target at 1000 yards right now? It all depends on the wind too. I have shot at pendleton where I was able to keep pretty much everything in the 9's and 10's and score quite a few x's but the wind was 5mph or less. I went out to the desert this last friday and shot 1000 yards and the wind was super switchy and any anywhere from 5 to 15mph gusts. Shooting a .243 at 1000 is definitely not the end all be all laser cartridge everyone says it is. Past 700 yards there is a big change in how much the wind pushed it around. At 600 yards it was grouping in a 4" pattern in a light breeze consistently. Too easy really but at 1k one moment I would have to holt 1.5 MOA off the right and the next 2.0 MOA off the left and you couldnt even feel the wind change. The mirage wasnt very readable so I was getting a lot of misses. When the wind died down I put 5 rounds into a 6 inch group back to back. On other days where there is no wind, drilling a 15" plate at 1k every time is child's play.


Someone said it was like 28"x36" or something like that


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I was happy just to hit the damn thing with my 308 but couldn't hit it consistently. I suck at reading wind too! Maybe some flags would help downrange? (excuses,excuses) It's been awhile since I joined you guys at the spot so looking forward to the next one.


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DirtRacer151 wrote:
Someone said it was like 28"x36" or something like that


it is 19x30

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AR15barrels wrote:

it is 19x30


19x19 sounds like a good compromise :D


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it is 19x30


Ya, thats big! But good for getting new guys on target.


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This ^ new guy needs to learn wind!


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Me too it's kind of bad to start with a laser.

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Thats okay. This new guy needs to learn EVERYTHING


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2010 7:56 pm 
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Me too it's kind of bad to start with a laser.


Maybe. You'll still see dropped points. But instead of off the paper, you might get a 7. :)


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Maybe. You'll still see dropped points. But instead of off the paper, you might get a 7. :)


You were not at sac valley last weekend... ;)

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When I shoot at Cuyama, the targets are 72" or 6'. I am shooting a 155 2156 bullet and in a 10mph crosswind, it has an 84" drift (or so I was told) so you better be good at reading wind as you will get blown off the target very easily....

10mph winds are not that rare at that sight, so I like to go out there and shoot....


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Hey Randall what's the elevation at our "range"

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Hey Randall what's the elevation at our "range"


4000ft.

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Newbie here:
I hope it's not a problem to come out to the next shoots (A and B) even though my rifle is only zeroed to 150yds. And no, I don't want you guys wasting your shooting time helping me! :-) I just don't want to wait until June 27 to begin the "watch and learn" process.


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Newbie here:
I hope it's not a problem to come out to the next shoots (A and B) even though my rifle is only zeroed to 150yds. And no, I don't want you guys wasting your shooting time helping me! :-) I just don't want to wait until June 27 to begin the "watch and learn" process.


No problem.
It would be helpful to go re-zero at 100yds before you come though.
That way you can build dope from a proper 100yd zero.

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Er...I meant 100yrd.... my mind was on work with pixels and such - so much for multi-tasking... But I would definitely like to re-zero it to make sure with knowledgeable people to assist ...so I'll make sure to come out to the next "C" course.


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Cool, I'll have to go to one of these when I get my ARs built. :)


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Might want to build a bolt gun...

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Agreed... these are more for bolt guns but I guess high-end semis would work... still a different beast though.

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I will, when I'm done with the semis. :D
I want to build one like this, I think it's a 300 win mag. Those DTAs are cool to.
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man I wish you guys did this farther up north I would love to try something beyond 3 to 500yds.
And I do know about sac but from the pics I have seen in this post it looks way better where you go.


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Hey team.. I’m just curious when our next practice meet and shoot is?? I’m getting my rifle next week and I’m looking forward to meeting everyone..

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You did not read the first post in this thread :D

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Sorry.. My BAD...

The good news is I'll be there this month.. very cool..

thanks and sorry about that..

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Once I get my blaster up and running, I plan to make my presence known :) Someone has to be the back-marker :)

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Sorry.. My BAD...

The good news is I'll be there this month.. very cool..

thanks and sorry about that..



No worries at all... Hope you see you out soon.

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Randall, is it correct that this months shoot will be on Saturday the 22nd instead of the usual Sundays, or is that just a typo?

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Randall, is it correct that this months shoot will be on Saturday the 22nd instead of the usual Sundays, or is that just a typo?
this months shoot is Saturday and next mo is Sunday. We rotate weekends to accomidate those who works or have other things going on either of those days.


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I posted the announcement for may's shoot.

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This is awesome. I can make most Saturday events. Where is this coming Sat's event?

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this months shoot is Saturday and next mo is Sunday. We rotate weekends to accomidate those who works or have other things going on either of those days.

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This is awesome. I can make most Saturday events. Where is this coming Sat's event?

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Thanks DR151, Do you have coords or lat/lon for this place?

I have signed up for a bunch of OT shifts to have rifle fully equipped hopefully sooner than I had first thought.

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Thanks DR151, Do you have coords or lat/lon for this place?

I have signed up for a bunch of OT shifts to have rifle fully equipped hopefully sooner than I had first thought.

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We don't give those out. We ask that you attend with the group. There is a meeting spot listed at newhall and you can follow from there or ride with someone.


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Ahh, ok, sorry...

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We don't give those out. We ask that you attend with the group. There is a meeting spot listed at newhall and you can follow from there or ride with someone.

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Ahh, ok, sorry...

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Can we please get an announcement on the June shoot..

I’m really looking forward to this one as it’s geared towards to the newbie..

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Can we please get an announcement on the June shoot..

I’m really looking forward to this one as it’s geared towards to the newbie..

Thanks..


I have it down on my iCal for June 27th at the usual spot. It's gonna be my 2nd time with the guys and 1st time with my rig so I'm looking forward to it too!! :)

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Yup, 27th it is. Randall usually starts the thread a week beforehand if i remember correctly (falling asleep so i wont bother to check). It falls on my girlfriends birthday this month, she said I can go, but it might be wiser of me to miss this shoot and score some points. I'm sure sometime there's going to be something bigger down the road like a match that I want to go to that conflicts with something else and this way I'll be able to say "remember when I missed a shoot for your birthday?"


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Connor P Price wrote:
Yup, 27th it is. Randall usually starts the thread a week beforehand if i remember correctly (falling asleep so i wont bother to check). It falls on my girlfriends birthday this month, she said I can go, but it might be wiser of me to miss this shoot and score some points. I'm sure sometime there's going to be something bigger down the road like a match that I want to go to that conflicts with something else and this way I'll be able to say "remember when I missed a shoot for your birthday?"


You are a wise man, Connor....it was a trap!! :lol:

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