[funsec] Re: Range Invite!
ge at linuxbox.org
Wed Sep 19 00:45:28 CDT 2007
On Tue, 18 Sep 2007 rms at computerbytesman.com wrote:
> The best place for a "shoot" is the Black Rock desert a couple hours north
> east of Reno. You just need to bring the proper weapons:
You kidding me? Come to Israel and we will take you to our Olimpic range!
Our main problem in Israel is the price of bullets, about 20-50 cents per
>> That would be SWEET!!!! Thank you for the offer! I've played with
>> silencers but have yet to get my little hands on full-auto action. I'd
>> probably have to bring the wife this time though... (shes a huge fan
>> of the ARs). Think I could make Houston from Dallas, in a weekend, and
>> still have time to play (next training trip will probably be to Dallas
>> or Orlando)?
>> Along those lines, have you ever attended the BIG shoot in Arizona? I
>> believe it is officially the largest shoot in the country now (which I
>> would have to guess means its the largest in the world). I haven't
>> been myself but have an open invite - if I want to help set it up
>> (which isn't a bad deal, especially considering the chance to shoot
>> down an RC plane carrying a stick of dynamite with a bolt action
>> On 9/18/07, Lindsey, Ben J <ben.lindsey at centerpointenergy.com> wrote:
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>>> If you ever get a chance to be in Houston and somehow have some free
>>> time there -- I would like to extend an invitation for you to come out
>>> to the shooting range with me. I'll fix you up with some one-on-one
>>> time with the sub-guns and belt-feds until your heart is content. I
>>> think You need a little Class III getaway... We all do, once in a
>>> Seriously - anytime. If you are interested I can discuss a bit more
>>> about the NFA weapons available for just such a outing.
>>> I think you deserve this after all the crap you've taken on the list.
>>> - -bjl
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