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  • sintax_error
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    Re: cailbre restrictions?

    Originally posted by FirmWarez View Post
    My bet is I won't be the only on-site with a DD. No, not that, my girlie is a C. The question is, does orange chalk count as "environmentally friendly" debris?
    I'd generally say yes as long as it's nontoxic. Chalk tends to be not much more detrimental than clay debris, as they tend to use the same dyes.

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  • streaker69
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    Damn boys, I wish I could make it. I just bought an AR15 pistol that I haven't shot yet. ;)

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  • FirmWarez
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    My bet is I won't be the only on-site with a DD. No, not that, my girlie is a C. The question is, does orange chalk count as "environmentally friendly" debris?

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  • pukingmonkey
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    Originally posted by seeess View Post
    Care to share what you plan on bringing? Maybe just the caliber
    Originally posted by flirzan View Post
    You have me intrigued, sir.
    hmm trying to conger up LosT type clues that won't give it away. but find out at 36.100435,-115.564899 2011-08-04T17:00:00.0Z

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  • flirzan
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    Originally posted by pukingmonkey View Post
    cool, then going big. oh and its about $8/hammer drop & you wont have it at the shoot shop.
    416 barrett? Around here that goes for $6-8/round.

    500 nitro express is usually closer to $5-6.

    Those are the only things I can think of that even get close to $8 a pull...

    You have me intrigued, sir.

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  • seeess
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    Originally posted by pukingmonkey View Post
    cool, then going big. oh and its about $8/hammer drop & you wont have it at the shoot shop.
    Hmm seems more expensive than a 50bmg, and less than a 20mm. Care to share what you plan on bringing? Maybe just the caliber?

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  • pukingmonkey
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    Originally posted by Deviant Ollam View Post
    none, as far as i'm concerned. actually, i'm making a new rule...

    anything larger than a 30.06 rifle, .50 handgun, or 12 gauge shotgun is perfectly fine as long as i get to send a few rounds downrange, you know to... uhm... determine that it's safe.

    (seriously, let me know ammo costs and i'd love to shoot some 50 BMG or 10/8 gauge if someone is bringing it. 40mm would be just fucking amazing and i wholly support that, too.)
    cool, then going big. oh and its about $8/hammer drop & you wont have it at the shoot shop.

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  • astcell
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    DO, check your email. :-) In this case you have less powder burned in the barrel, so when it comes out (6.5" later) it is still burning. With buckshot the fireball is rather impressive. I plan to bring a lot of bird shot since that is more manageable and folks won't be in wrists casts all weekend.

    You can do one bird, one buck, and one slug since it is a 3-shot. ;-)

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  • astcell
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    Originally posted by seeess View Post
    Held sideways
    One shooter, 56 people getting ready to record another youtube viral video.

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  • Deviant Ollam
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    Originally posted by astcell View Post
    One handed.
    Originally posted by seeess View Post
    Held sideways
    that i will only consider after i've seen how it performs. i am confident that i could fire lead shot one-handed out of it, slugs... i am not as confident.

    then again, doesn't the shorter barrel make the gas pressure actually less than a longer gun? of course, you are dealing with much less mass overall in the frame and barrel, and therefore less natural damping when the kick is developing. so maybe it's six of one, half-dozen of the other for the physics forces involved.

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  • seeess
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    Originally posted by astcell View Post
    One handed.
    Held sideways

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  • astcell
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    Originally posted by Deviant Ollam View Post
    i will totally do that.
    One handed.

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  • Deviant Ollam
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    Originally posted by astcell View Post
    Okay DO I want to see you fire off a slug in my Serbu.
    i will totally do that.

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  • astcell
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    Okay DO I want to see you fire off a slug in my Serbu. :-)

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  • FirmWarez
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    and knowing is half the battle ;)

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