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Old 07-11-2019, 08:42 AM   #1
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Default Canik out to the range!!

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Extra shots for the shop!!

TP9 using Geco - 124g - FMJ....9 shots at 14 yards:



With Geco ammo hitting the knockdown at 33 yards!

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Old 07-11-2019, 09:45 AM   #2
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Dang glock! I wish I could get in the range time that you do. (My issue is a 35 mile drive to the range.) That gun is a good example that relatively inexpensive guns can be accurate and reliable. It also looks good. Good shooting.
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Dang glock! I wish I could get in the range time that you do. (My issue is a 35 mile drive to the range.) That gun is a good example that relatively inexpensive guns can be accurate and reliable. It also looks good. Good shooting.
The range I use is 35.3 miles away!! There are ones closer but they have round count rules, no steel shoot rules etc, etc. Plus the range I frequent has a 1,000 yard rifle range - something very rare in this neck of the woods!
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Well I guess I shouldn't complain then. Yours is about the same distance as mine. Outdoor ranges are few and far between in my part of the state.
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Is this the same Canik you were shooting back in Nov.? They are impressive guns, especially when you consider the price.
I was driving 50 miles to a range for awhile, then it sold and the new owners closed it down. Then we had one open about 12 miles away which I went to as often as I could, but they didn't make enough money and closed down. Everything else requires annual membership fees and a big up front investment to join. How can we live in rural America and have such a hard time to find a place to shoot?
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How can we live in rural America and have such a hard time to find a place to shoot?
Good question. The range I shoot on is a private gun club and the annual membership went up this year from $135 to $150.00. The next closest outdoor range is North of Salina and is about 120 miles one way. There are several nice ones scattered around South Central Kansas, which is even farther.
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