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PostPosted: Fri Jun 11, 2010 11:06 am 
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Yup, 27th it is. Randall usually starts the thread a week beforehand...


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



Speaking of which. I recently finished my newest .308 build and I want to learn and shoot as much as possible. Can you post the directions to the site again? thanks


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Speaking of which. I recently finished my newest .308 build and I want to learn and shoot as much as possible. Can you post the directions to the site again? thanks

We don't post directions to the spot to avoid vandalism. Please join us at the next shoot. You can follow the caravan.


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I Live in San Diego, Where does the Caravan Meet up? How far from there? What GENERAL area is the site located?


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I Live in San Diego, Where does the Caravan Meet up? How far from there? What GENERAL area is the site located?


The site is in Tehachapi... We meet in the AM of the shoot usually off Newhall ave and the 14.

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I'm somewhat of a newbie here and have a few questions.
1) isn't there some sort of law against discharging firearms on public property?
2) Would I need a hunting liscence or some other kind of liscence to have loaded firearms on public land?
3) is shooting at this location 100% clear cut legal and if so can you point in the direction of any relevant laws pertaining to shooting on public land?
4) at angeles range I'm able to hit 3 to 5" in groups at 100 yards with turkish nato ammo. I installed the scope myself and I could use some help getting it zeroed. (the gun is more accurate than i am) I can also hit the targets at 600 yards most of the time at angeles range. Should I come to course fire A or course fire B?

I hate to be a sceptic, but I try to be careful.

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thekidprodigy87 wrote:
I'm somewhat of a newbie here and have a few questions.
1) isn't there some sort of law against discharging firearms on public property?
The land is managed by the BLM so target shooting is legal.
2) Would I need a hunting liscence or some other kind of liscence to have loaded firearms on public land?
Nope, just don't shoot any animals, or your poaching.
3) is shooting at this location 100% clear cut legal and if so can you point in the direction of any relevant laws pertaining to shooting on public land?
Laws outline what is illegal, since this is legal there aren't really laws pertaining to it. If it makes you feel more comfortable check out the BLM's website, where they talk about target shooting and where it can and can't be done.
4) at angeles range I'm able to hit 3 to 5" in groups at 100 yards with turkish nato ammo. I installed the scope myself and I could use some help getting it zeroed. (the gun is more accurate than i am) I can also hit the targets at 600 yards most of the time at angeles range. Should I come to course fire A or course fire B?
Neither, come to course of fire C. It will be the most useful for you. I'm assuming you don't reload, so pick up some Federal Gold Medal Match ammo to bring out. Turkish ammo wont cut it.
I hate to be a sceptic, but I try to be careful.

Thanks in advance.

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Thanks that was very helpful. Will someone be willing during course fire C to help me zero my rifle better than i have been able to?


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thekidprodigy87 wrote:
Thanks that was very helpful. Will someone be willing during course fire C to help me zero my rifle better than i have been able to?


Yes, please bring some match grade ammo so that you can get the most from the shoot. You need to be able to shoot more like 1" groups at 100 to get a good feel for the whole long range precision rifle thing. What kinda rifle do you have?


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Remington 700 pss .308 win with harris bipod, tally rings, and 4.5-14x50 zeiss conquest with the rapid z 1000 ballistic reticle

i kinda installed the scope myself with a bubble level to the best of my ability, But i look forward to having someone check it who is more accurate than i am. I'm hitting the targets though.


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New shoot descriptions and schedule including 2011 shoot dates is posted in the first post.

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Boooo.... i was looking forward to shooting at the spot next weekend.


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Boooo.... i was looking forward to shooting at the spot next weekend.


I wasn't looking forward to spending half the day zeroing so I finally got around to re-working the order and courses of fire to make the most sense.
New shooter is at angeles where it's easier to do the class and zero session.
The precision targets and positions can also be done there.
Only the longrange will be at the spot now and that will be for people that have already got zeros and understand how to gather dope so that they can best spend the time learning to shoot in wind.
Running the "how to get behind the gun" class at the spot just does not make good sense.

I'm going to make a blue gun out of an old stock and barrel with an aluminum reciever.
It will have some sort of trigger in it that you can dry fire.
It will have a picatinny rail with a real scope.
It will be weighted like a real gun.
We will use this for the training so we can start the class portion of the day before the angeles line goes hot and gets real loud.
I wish I could get this done before next weekend, but it's not gonna happen...

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I agree it makes more sense for the club. I just love banging steel at the spot. Its always just a fun relaxing day to look forward to. Oh well.... i might have to make a solo trip soon to get my fix.

Btw, love the blue gun idea!!


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I wasn't looking forward to spending half the day zeroing so I finally got around to re-working the order and courses of fire to make the most sense.
New shooter is at angeles where it's easier to do the class and zero session.
The precision targets and positions can also be done there.
Only the longrange will be at the spot now and that will be for people that have already got zeros and understand how to gather dope so that they can best spend the time learning to shoot in wind.
Running the "how to get behind the gun" class at the spot just does not make good sense.

I'm going to make a blue gun out of an old stock and barrel with an aluminum reciever.
It will have some sort of trigger in it that you can dry fire.
It will have a picatinny rail with a real scope.
It will be weighted like a real gun.
We will use this for the training so we can start the class portion of the day before the angeles line goes hot and gets real loud.
I wish I could get this done before next weekend, but it's not gonna happen...


This is awesome news for me! I 've been wanting to go shoot course A with you guys for some time now but I have to go to work early on Saturdays/Sundays for a couple of hours so now that you guys are moving it to Angeles it should make it easier for me to attend :)


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Maybe I missed it in the original post, but around what times do the meet-ups start and end? I'd like to try and make it out to Sac Valley this weekend, if I can, to see what it's like to shoot past 100 yards with my new R700.


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Maybe I missed it in the original post, but around what times do the meet-ups start and end? I'd like to try and make it out to Sac Valley this weekend, if I can, to see what it's like to shoot past 100 yards with my new R700.


I believe you want the Nor-Cal train-up not the So-cal one.

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I believe you want the Nor-Cal train-up not the So-cal one.


Whoops, you're right, my fault!


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I Live in San Diego, Where does the Caravan Meet up? How far from there? What GENERAL area is the site located?


dont know im curious about one of the A classes early next year but its just not really cost effective for me to drive up there, crappy mileage in my ranger. Anyone in S.D, Tem, Murrieta that wants to car pool?


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im a new and want to learn precision shooting i have a rem 700 sps tac in .223. my question is, is that worth coming with or should i wait intil i get a .308? i shoot at angeles range 2 or 3 times a week but need some sort of real practice where i could learn a thing or two.


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im a new and want to learn precision shooting i have a rem 700 sps tac in .223. my question is, is that worth coming with or should i wait intil i get a .308? i shoot at angeles range 2 or 3 times a week but need some sort of real practice where i could learn a thing or two.

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I posted this question on thread about practice last weekend but I think it should have been posted here. I am new to rifle shooting and would really like to get training to zero out my rifle, etc. It appears if everyone is shooting larger calibers (.308) whereas I have a .223. Would that be an issue? Also would I need a real scope or is something similar to an ACOG okay? Thanks again


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I posted this question on thread about practice last weekend but I think it should have been posted here. I am new to rifle shooting and would really like to get training to zero out my rifle, etc. It appears if everyone is shooting larger calibers (.308) whereas I have a .223. Would that be an issue? Also would I need a real scope or is something similar to an ACOG okay? Thanks again


A 223 is fine, but you need a real target scope as we are teaching the use of target knobs.
We are also shooting sub-moa targets so your gun/ammo need to be able to shoot at least 1moa or better.

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I am excited to have found this. Come Jan 2011, I will be ready to start off with course "A." I might even be able to convince my wife to give it a shot.... [no pun intended]


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I'm looking forward to the "A" course as well in Jan.


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Please sign me up for the Nov 27 Course "C" . Dont want to miss out on it. The shoots seem to fill up quick, so Im just getting a jump on it. Thanks.

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Please sign me up for the Nov 27 Course "C" . Dont want to miss out on it. The shoots seem to fill up quick, so Im just getting a jump on it. Thanks.

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Randall usually post a thread for the shoots about a week before the actual shoot. From what I understand there is no reservations it is a first come first serve type of thing.


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Randall usually post a thread for the shoots about a week before the actual shoot. From what I understand there is no reservations it is a first come first serve type of thing.


I use to post the shoot announcements 3 weeks out.
They would fill up almost as fast, but we would lways have a bunch of people flake out.
I found that if I post the announcement just 1 week away, that we still fill up, but everyone shows up because they know what their weekend schedule is going to be like.

There should be no question about when the club shoots are as they are clearly listed in the tacked threads in the practice and monthly matches subforums.
All you have to do is watch for the announcement thread and RSVP once it's posted.

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I will be starting on a build shortly but was wondering if it's not complete could I come and check things out as a spectator on Jan 23rd?


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I will be starting on a build shortly but was wondering if it's not complete could I come and check things out as a spectator on Jan 23rd?


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Would I be able to join you guys this November for Course "C" ?

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Would I be able to join you guys this November for Course "C" ?

I have a proper 100yd zero and Dope out to 600yds, but I have not been to
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.....pretty please :D

I can put you on the standby list when registration opens up, but people that have attended Course A will have priority.

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If it helps I have a Remington 700 and drive a chevy lol no glock yet though

All jokes aside...Thank you for putting me on stand by, I appreciate it.


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I'm hoping to make it out to Course A in January. I'm getting my rifle together so hopefully I can get a good load worked up before them.


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Looking forward to meeting up in LA/SB counties!

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Is there any advantage to shooting prone with a big belly? :D

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Ahh with the 700 yard thing, yea that was good!


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I can put you on the standby list when registration opens up, but people that have attended Course A will have priority.


Hi Randall,

I also have a proper 100 yd zero on my 308 and have had lots of practice at Angeles hitting targets up to the 600 yard mark. I have not attended neither Course A or B but in the event that a spot opens up could you also put me on that reserve list? I will bring my gear with me but if there isn't a spot open I'll gladly just watch as well and pitch in with the BBQ.

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Hi Randall,

I also have a proper 100 yd zero on my 308 and have had lots of practice at Angeles hitting targets up to the 600 yard mark. I have not attended neither Course A or B but in the event that a spot opens up could you also put me on that reserve list? I will bring my gear with me but if there isn't a spot open I'll gladly just watch as well and pitch in with the BBQ.

Thanks.


Post in the longrange clinic announcement thread after noon on monday.

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I have a new 700 sps tac aac sd comin on the 19th. Never been to the A course. I went the cheap route on my scope and mounts just to get something on there so I could shoot. Leupold rifleman 2 piece base and med rings. BSA 6-24x40 with mil dot reticle. Hopefully I'll have enough saved up for a better optic before January... I have been to burrow alot shooting 100 and 200 with a 100 yard zero and some holdover @ 200 on 3x. Haven't shot past 200. I used to shoot a savage 111 in 30.06. I sold it to force myself to buy a 700. Sign me up for the "A course" please. Are shooting bags allowed? Should I get a bipod instead?


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I have a new 700 sps tac aac sd comin on the 19th. Never been to the A course. I went the cheap route on my scope and mounts just to get something on there so I could shoot. Leupold rifleman 2 piece base and med rings. BSA 6-24x40 with mil dot reticle. Hopefully I'll have enough saved up for a better optic before January... I have been to burrow alot shooting 100 and 200 with a 100 yard zero and some holdover @ 200 on 3x. Haven't shot past 200. I used to shoot a savage 111 in 30.06. I sold it to force myself to buy a 700. Sign me up for the "A course" please. Are shooting bags allowed? Should I get a bipod instead?


Get a bipod and rear sand sock. The Harris 6-9, notched leg, swivel is the one to get and either make or buy a rear sand sock (Triad Tactical has both).
Your choice of optics and mounts is going to be the limiting factor in your rig. Might be OK for 600yd but that's going to be it. Start reloading your own match ammo.

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I already reload. Now I just need a neck sizing die for .308 since this caliber was only for my semi before. So you think I should be able to get out to 600 with that cheap scope? I have alot of RL-15 but I only have 155 grain A-Max. I was reading that alot of people like 168+ for longer range shooting. I don't have alot of money for optics. I was looking into the Leupold rifleman 3-9X40 mostly because of the price. Is there anything else that even comes close to this price/quality? http://www.basspro.com/webapp/wcs/store ... erralID=NA


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K_labs, check out this scope instead, Bushnell 3200 10x mil/mil scope. Its only $20 more and has more features that are better suited for LR shooting and its clearer/brighter too, ime.


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From what I've been reading the Fixed power is going to be better than the variable power especially for a noob like myself. Thanks for the heads up Ironhiide.


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i am looking fwd to makeing a few of the shoots having just found this forum.
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I am a new shooter to the sport with a 700P, I would like to become a member and take the Course of Fire "A" class on Jan 23. Your web page is fantastic! How do I sign up for the class? If everyone is as friendly and knowledgeable as Ben, I am in!


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Welcome, Randell will post a thread about the train ups usually a week before to sign up as it is first come first serve. Stick around and soak up some knowledge and come out to the match and just hang out and meet a bunch of great guys.

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xibunkrlilkidsx wrote:

dont know im curious about one of the A classes early next year but its just not really cost effective for me to drive up there, crappy mileage in my ranger. Anyone in S.D, Tem, Murrieta that wants to car pool?


Yeah I would be interested in car pooling,,I live in Oceanside and have been itching to go to the A class,, couple problems for me is I dont own a bolt gun yet.. I do own a couple of those black ones though but currently glass free ( no scope) on both.. Wife says I can buy whatever toys I want, but the down side is I gotta get a job first.. tough call... try'n to decide on the Remmy SPS and build it or the P and save for good glass..

If it is cool with the instructor for me to be by stander and take notes, then I can use that info to set up my gun when she finally comes home, then retake the A course ..

Heck I'd be game to car pool up to a match/meet just to watch/help.. just give me a little notice


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 07, 2010 10:28 am 
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Sunday, Jan 23rd Course of Fire "A" New Precision Rifle Shooter Introduction

Looking forward to it!!!


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