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    Anyone want to do a Long range intro session?

    I want to give my brother some fun with his new gun. Itís around RMH, but travel to Edmonton, Edson or similar is a breeze.

    My brother bought a 300WM and has always wanted to at least try some distance. As this is in conjunction with a few Personal milestones, I want to give him a little fun and knowledge.

    A mile might be a goal, but 3-700 yards would be a good starting point.

    Anybody feel like welcoming a newbie into longish range for about a half to 3/4 day? I donít think his shoulder is ready for a 100 round day yet.

    We can work out suitable compensation your time, travel, and ammo not shot on load development.

    He can pick up some ammo, or I can pay you for some of your stuff in case he runs out.

    I believe heís in country until sometime in October at least, but heís been working in warmer climes, so sooner is better.

    Thanks in advance,
    SV

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    my ranch is 30 minutes south of Swift Current,,, targets out to 1500meters

    5 hour drive from Calgary,,,

    got some old kijiji trailers parked out there,,

    mow my lawn,,, we're good
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    Quote Originally Posted by Billythreefeathers View Post
    my ranch is 30 minutes south of Swift Current,,, targets out to 1500meters

    5 hour drive from Calgary,,,

    got some old kijiji trailers parked out there,,

    mow my lawn,,, we're good
    I’ve seen the lawn in your pics. Not sure if that’s a fair trade...

    If I don’t hear back from a Company supposedly offering training, I’ll find out if it’s in his driving/time range.

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    Well, the next course offered is right when he’ll be in isolation/quarantine with his wife returning from an overseas trip (October). And a three day course might be a bit much for his current and near future long range progression.

    That being said, the course price is incredibly cheap for the value.

    And Swift might be a bit far, even though Billy’s lawn has likely slowed down growing and needs less mowing time. The offer is greatly appfrom both of us though.

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    Canadian ForcesMember Billythreefeathers's Avatar
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    LOL,,,

    no just mow around the trailers ,,,

    20 minutes tops,,
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