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    I just noticed the Nintendo Zapper Glock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertMcC View Post
    I just noticed the Nintendo Zapper Glock.
    I actually love that gun haha Glock 22, the light grey looks good with muzzle blast residue on it and its surprisingly accurate once I added an adjustable rear sight.
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    According to the Sask CFO office it's not to difficult to get a private range approved. They have a template they use and if it's a static range it's much easier than if your into run and gun type of shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by road kill View Post
    According to the Sask CFO office it's not to difficult to get a private range approved. They have a template they use and if it's a static range it's much easier than if your into run and gun type of shooting.
    The dude I copied was from Sask too.
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    Bumping this for a couple reasons

    Transferred a handgun and AR15 to my gf, shes now a female ar15 and pistol owning Canadian, probably a racist according to the left


    And does anyone have any info on Tarran Butler's range? Distances and such? I see they shoot steel torso targets from what looks like not that far away and I wanna do something similar.

    Any info on that is appreciated or if you have other info on shooting steel with handgun and rifle in a competition setting like 3gun. I'm hoping to spice things up from just killing paper all day.

    Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by play.soccer View Post
    Bumping this for a couple reasons

    Transferred a handgun and AR15 to my gf, shes now a female ar15 and pistol owning Canadian, probably a racist according to the left


    And does anyone have any info on Tarran Butler's range? Distances and such? I see they shoot steel torso targets from what looks like not that far away and I wanna do something similar.

    Any info on that is appreciated or if you have other info on shooting steel with handgun and rifle in a competition setting like 3gun. I'm hoping to spice things up from just killing paper all day.

    Thanks
    I'm assuming with the taran range they're using frangible ammo on those close steel targets for safety.
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    I see some really cool, small IDPA tournaments happening at your range!




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    Quote Originally Posted by infidel29 View Post
    I'm assuming with the taran range they're using frangible ammo on those close steel targets for safety.
    Ah that makes sense. I'll have to read up on frangible ammo.

    I've never shot 3gun or ipsc so I don't know the standard target distances but I know ringing gongs is much more fun than paper punching.

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    Rangerabbit in Alberta makes and sells lots of cool steel targets......congratulations on going the distance and getting your own range.
    https://www.rangerabbit.com/

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