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Old 07-14-2015, 07:18 AM   #1
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Model 19s?
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Those are sixes aren't they?
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I had the 9mm speed six for a few years and last year I thought I wanted to collect all 3.

Late last year I found the service six in the same LGS as the other, though under new ownership.
Nice fellas that try to be helpful.

Monday Mrs. Clean had to get a root canal so we had to drive by the LGS on the way home and we stopped for a look around and the security six was laying there in the case.

The first two shoot well enough, I have only put one .357 through the security six, but, was impressed
enough to expect it will be a good shooter.

The National Forest here has published a 120 day ban on tgt shooting; so, I will have to find a new location.
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Congrats. I am still looking for a six in decent shape.
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Seems to me there's a lot of that "root canal" going around lately.

Great looking set of handguns.
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Ned, why would they close the forest to target shooting? Is this something they do on a regular basis?
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Ned, why would they close the forest to target shooting? Is this something they do on a regular basis?
Just not sure, paper said things like noise, safety, tree damage, complaints. There is supposed to be some form of forum for citizen comment in the future.


It is just complicated, since 120 day closure will be well into the hunting season and hunting is not to be affected. So, if ya shoot was it hunting or at a tgt?
Most if not all of the Forest here is designated Game Lands in agreements with the Fed and State.

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Do they have any state run ranges?
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Just not sure, paper said things like noise, safety, tree damage, complaints. There is supposed to be some form of forum for citizen comment in the future.


It is just complicated, since 120 day closure will be well into the hunting season and hunting is not to be affected. So, if ya shoot was it hunting or at a tgt?
Most if not all of the Forest here is designated Game Lands in agreements with the Fed and State.
When does squirrel season start?
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Do they have any state run ranges?
Sorry, I must have hit the wrong button.

No state or federal ranges in our local national Forrest, there is a fed range out western part of the state in
one of those national forests.
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When does squirrel season start?
I have not seen the season regs; I expect it will be 12 Oct
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I have not seen the season regs; I expect it will be 12 Oct
It was mean tongue in cheek, a good excuse to start shooting.
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It was mean tongue in cheek, a good excuse to start shooting.
Well, sure; but, dove is the first part of Sept.
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Nice trio. I prefer to shoot at designated ranges but would shoot in the forest if it wasn't so far.
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It is a half mile by bycicle
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Just not sure, paper said things like noise, safety, tree damage, complaints. There is supposed to be some form of forum for citizen comment in the future.


It is just complicated, since 120 day closure will be well into the hunting season and hunting is not to be affected. So, if ya shoot was it hunting or at a tgt?
Most if not all of the Forest here is designated Game Lands in agreements with the Fed and State.
Out here thay aarn't closing the forests (yet) but are requesting shooters carry lots of water. We have a HIGH fire danger in our woods and target shooting can cause sparks, we have had several fires started in Chelan due to target shooters.
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Out here thay aarn't closing the forests (yet) but are requesting shooters carry lots of water. We have a HIGH fire danger in our woods and target shooting can cause sparks, we have had several fires started in Chelan due to target shooters.
Have heard about the drought out there and, having lived out west, I know how dry those forests can get. Our forests, up here,never get so dry as to become a serious fire danger. Lots of water just beneath the surface, even when it doesn't rain for a long time.
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Out here thay aarn't closing the forests (yet) but are requesting shooters carry lots of water. We have a HIGH fire danger in our woods and target shooting can cause sparks, we have had several fires started in Chelan due to target shooters.
Not fire danger, it has been raining cats and dogs.
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