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    Default Range Report Summer Solstice 600 YD

    We had 20 shooters at the leg match, 50 shots total fired at 200,300,600 yds with Service Rifle, iron sights. Tyler shot a 473 on the 500 pt course.

    Summer Solstice fun match drew 12 shooters and saw a 50 BMG Barret, a F class 6.5, a tricked out Mini 14, a 1903 sporter, several varieties of AR15 bolt guns, M1 Garands. M1A's shooting at 600 yds. Great fun. Of note, Mitchel Maxberry, National Rifle Champion several times shot the fun match and won the NRA Regional High Power Rifle Match Saturday .

    See www.akrifleclub.com for the next match.

    the 1000 yd Fort Greeley 3 gun match is rescheduled for July now.

    Come out and shoot

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    My daughter is wanting to get into this.

    Could you explain to me what I need to do to get her started?I went to the website yesterday but I still need help with this.

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    Next match is 11 July at Fort Rich, come on out! The shooters will help her out.

    I would recommend the 22 silhouette match this June 27 as well. She will need a 22 rifle, scoped is best, and three boxes of 22LR. Lots of fun

    The club has the AR15 rifles to loan at the match and the ammo.
    Earmuffs, eye protection, a glove for the non trigger hand, any type of jacket or sweatshirt, sturdy boots or shoes, long pants and long sleeves, a scrap piece of rug long enough to lay on,about 40" wide, backpack to stow the gear, lite rain jacket or plastic garbage bag, bug dope, sun screen, warm hat, gloves, ball cap, notebook and pencil will get your started. Optics, like a spotting scope, are optional. No need to go Gucci on the gear.

    Good go by:
    http://www.akrifleclub.com/HP%20Basics/Highpower%20Basics_pdf.pdf

    http://www.6mmbr.com/highpowerbasics.html

    Links at:
    http://www.akrifleclub.com/Links.asp

    The club also has a yearly clinic on getting started. Look for the schedule for 2010 on the web site.

    Call Ron, Mark or Al for times and directions. Phone # on the schedule

    Thanks and come out and shoot, you too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by allen-ak View Post
    Next match is 11 July at Fort Rich, come on out! The shooters will help her out.

    I would recommend the 22 silhouette match this June 27 as well. She will need a 22 rifle, scoped is best, and three boxes of 22LR. Lots of fun

    The club has the AR15 rifles to loan at the match and the ammo.
    Earmuffs, eye protection, a glove for the non trigger hand, any type of jacket or sweatshirt, sturdy boots or shoes, long pants and long sleeves, a scrap piece of rug long enough to lay on,about 40" wide, backpack to stow the gear, lite rain jacket or plastic garbage bag, bug dope, sun screen, warm hat, gloves, ball cap, notebook and pencil will get your started. Optics, like a spotting scope, are optional. No need to go Gucci on the gear.

    Good go by:
    http://www.akrifleclub.com/HP%20Basi...Basics_pdf.pdf

    http://www.6mmbr.com/highpowerbasics.html

    Links at:
    http://www.akrifleclub.com/Links.asp

    The club also has a yearly clinic on getting started. Look for the schedule for 2010 on the web site.

    Call Ron, Mark or Al for times and directions. Phone # on the schedule

    Thanks and come out and shoot, you too!


    Thanks

    I bought her a Marlin 60ss Saturday night.

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    Great! Come out to Birchwwod this weekend and shoot at the steel animals! Both of you can shoot the same rifle.

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