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    You should see the steel react to 9mm vs.357sig

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    That’s awesome Shark, I’m super jealous. When is the first get together?


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    Truth be told this is my future plans. Nowhere near where I live now, but after the situation changes, my wife and I are out of where we are now. And what we'll look for is land explicitly where shooting is legally permitted. Nothing outrageous but something along the lines of Hickock45 on the outside in terms of size.

    Here's a question - the big thing that comes up when I've researched is cleanup. Now, a high-volume outdoor range near me (Henry's for you SFL folk) has to clean up the main area every few years due to lead buildup, etc. And by high-volume it's where a lot of the full-auto guys (07/02 and NFA collectors) go to run their gear. So maybe for a home range, cleanup isn't a problem due to comparatively low volume?
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    NICE!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerHunter View Post
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    Hey there Barbie! Nice to see ya.

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    Definitely more fancy than where I shoot where we just pile the dirt up for a backstop!

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