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it's coming up on three months since our last meeting
i'd love to shoot with you guys again.
let's pick a day and a range and do this again
i had such a good time last time.
maybe this time i can get my bashful daughter to shoot.
(she shoots really well) :minigun: :minigun:
 

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I missed the last one, but really want to be there this time. :woohoo:

Someone please pick a date and location so the rest of us can complain about one or the other....or both!!!
 

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:shoot:

Let's try to make it some place that does not restrict full auto fire this time!

:minigun:
 

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mzmtg said:
I'm sofa king in this time!
If you don't understand what that means, say the sentence out loud and rapidly a few times (just make sure young ears or coworkers are not near by).
 

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Any idea on a place yet? I would offer up to host it here but none of our local ranges allow rock-n-roll...
 

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Malum Prohibitum said:
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Let's try to make it some place that does not restrict full auto fire this time!

:minigun:
that might be the hard part
 

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OH!

I am definitely in.

As for full auto, there is a place in Athens that goes full auto. Not exactly centrally located, but I know it has full auto. Nice place too.

There is also a great range in the Cumming area (up ga400 exit 13). Not sure on the FA though.

ETA: both are indoor ranges.
 

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I shoot at the place in Cumming. It's called Bulls Eye Marksman. Indoor range with 10 pistol and 2 rifle lanes. I'm fairly certain they don't like full auto as one of the "house rules" requests shots be spaced 3 seconds apart.

I'll ask the next time I'm there and if they do allow it, I'll let cha know!
 

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Any idea on a place yet? I would offer up to host it here but none of our local ranges allow rock-n-roll...
not even for a "special" group of people like us?????
 

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I'm not to fond of American Classic Marksman.

The people there, with the exception of one guy, are some of the most gruff people I've ever had to talk to at a gun store. As a result of them acting pissed off all the time I go to Bullseye Marksman. The guys at Bullseye always seemed happy to have my business. So whenever I am in town I always punch paper there.
 

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I hadn't considered the full auto question at our range; After reading this
thread, I started asking around.

So far we can't find anything that says NO to FA. We just got our insurance renewal,
so we are going to find out if there are any restrictions in there
as well.

It is an outdoor 250 yard range, located in Meriwether County.
 

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Kid Icarus said:
I hadn't considered the full auto question at our range; After reading this
thread, I started asking around.

So far we can't find anything that says NO to FA. We just got our insurance renewal,
so we are going to find out if there are any restrictions in there
as well.

It is an outdoor 250 yard range, located in Meriwether County.
Where?

:idea:
 

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About 4 miles outside of Manchester, on Nebula road (dirt road).
It doesn't have a number address that I saw, but I will find out more
info. If I can get home before dark tomorrow, maybe I can grab some
pictures if anyone is interested.

Also, I was wrong it's only a 200 Yard range.
 

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Is this a private range? Memberships? The reason I ask is that I know at least two responsible people who would probably relish the opportunity to shoot at a location within 4 miles from Manchester.
 

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Membership, but membership is simply insurance cost divided by
members. Was $50.00 a year, but we added a few new folks..


We are also very lax, guests are always welcome!
 

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Kid Icarus said:
I hadn't considered the full auto question at our range; After reading this
thread, I started asking around.

So far we can't find anything that says NO to FA. We just got our insurance renewal,
so we are going to find out if there are any restrictions in there
as well.

It is an outdoor 250 yard range, located in Meriwether County.
Well, who would show up at a range four miles outside in Manchester?

I know I would, I would guess Kid Icarus probably would.

Can we set up a GCO membership sign up table? :D
 
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