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1,200 rounds of ball ammo, 100 rounds of frangible for shoot house.
My Son Trevor's Gunsite Veterans 250 handgun class, he placed 3rd in the shoot out in his group of 20. Trev in brown shirt and in the group picture left 2nd row. Class was free for Vet's ($1,650.) https://www.gunsite.com/
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I just did my annual HR218 qualification on Tuesday. We had 142 retired LEOs at the range. Only 4 failed to qualify and by the time my target had 50 rounds in it the poor thing didn't have any heart left. 7 shooters got perfect 100 scores and me and my brother were in that group. We did have a very serious mishap that was very scary. One older guy, severe diabetic, dropped on the 7 yard line and when he hit the ground he fired 3 rounds back at the line. No injury but it could have been real bad.

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I just did my annual HR218 qualification on Tuesday. We had 142 retired LEOs at the range. Only 4 failed to qualify and by the time my target had 50 rounds in it the poor thing didn't have any heart left. 7 shooters got perfect 100 scores and me and my brother were in that group. We did have a very serious mishap that was very scary. One older guy, severe diabetic, dropped on the 7 yard line and when he hit the ground he fired 3 rounds back at the line. No injury but it could have been real bad.

GaryL
Holy crap that is one of the scariest range stories ive ever heard! A miracle that no one got hurt
 

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early birthday present from
my son from Gunsite. Just the grips I already had the 1911.
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