I'm still finding my way here, at this website. I believe I've mentioned before the possibilty of hosting a gathering at my camp, before. It still in my thoughts. I have the use of our camp, 200+ acres of forest,etc.. Everyone can sleep/stay on the grounds. Maybe a woodswalk type shoot. Cook some dead stuff over the campfire. Lots of coffee in the am.. a few, or more beers at dark around the campfire. Will occasionally re-post to garner interest. Maybe May/June of coming year. Camp is in Elk Co., Penn.. steve b
I have 2 steel plate, hanging targets, and usually 2 more typical target holders for cardboard/paper. These and some other cardboard cut-outs can be spread along one of the ATv trails for a woods walk shoot. Like a field archery shoot, or 3-d shoot. I'll have to look at a map, and be sure the angles work out safe. We have a @30yd plinking dirt pile, and a @90 yd dirt pile. One of the steels can go to the back of the meadow for a @200yd shot ! Lots of beds and bunks, lots of room for tents. Fishing, ATV'ing,etc.. steve b
I've been poking my nose around at the Rugerforum some. Some of the folks seem familiar ! Would it be advisable to include an invite there too ? You can send me a message or Pm, or whatever if you'd like to keep an opinion between us. I'll honor that. steve b
We used to have a nice annual, bi-annual, semi annual (we skipped around) get together in the eastern part of the state in the old Sixgunner.com days ('99-'04 or '05?) Some years with a rather sizable turn out. Others less so. They fell apart though when our host range updated itself layout wise and it was no longer conducive to our needs.
"Your waay out yunder", is where I prefer to be. There won't be no "host range" either. Somebody please pick up that guy hitchhiking from Carlisle. Shootin' will be done. Camp fire, and all that entails,etc.. steve b
I am currently overseas collecting paychecks. I hope in the future I can find U.S. employment that pays what it should and when I do find it, I will come back. I sure hope this great idea of yours takes off, I'd love to attend once I move back.
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